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Don’t Let Your Debit Card Ruin Your Credit Score
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You go to the checkout line and I’m sure the sales clerk has asked you, “debit or credit?” Using a credit card has its advantages over using a debit card.

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Things You Should Never Post on Facebook
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Some information is just nobody’s business. People post tons of personal information about themselves online, including photos and email addresses to get free promotions or download discount coupons.

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What a Good Listing Agent Will Do for You When You Decide to Sell
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I wanted to let you know that since I’ve been in the mortgage business, I have worked with many real estate agents and observed how they conduct their business.

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7 Questions to Ask When Checking into a Hotel
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Not all hotel rooms are created equal. While some of the hotels that you find along the highway or near the airport have basically the same amenities, the rooms in boutique and higher-priced hotels are usually different.

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Those Annoying Robo Calls May Be Money in Your Pocket
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I‘m getting sick and tired of getting robo calls, picking up the phone and finding that no one is on the other end of the line—or a live person is trying to sell me something.

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Down Payment Assistance for California First Time Home Buyers
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According to a recent report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) the average down payment made by first time home buyers is 12%.

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Why You Should Maintain a High Credit Score After You Buy a Home
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I’m positive that you know how important it is to have a high credit score when buying a home. But keeping that credit score high is just as important…

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How a Great Real Estate Agent can Help You Buy a Home
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I recently worked with a great real estate agent who helped one of my friends buy a home and being “great” made the difference in today’s complicated market.

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Buying a Home is Just the Beginning
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There is certainly no shortage of financial advice available to those who are thinking of buying a new home. Where to buy, how to get the best mortgage rate

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