Like most things, the cost of a wedding and receiption, and everything that goes along with it, is more expensive than ever before. But what if you could give yourself a little piece of mind from the unexpected...
If the value of my vehicle is going down each year, why does the cost of my car insurance keep going up?
Buying your first home can be an amazing experience. But it is important to know the right place to start when you thinking about taking this step. Before anything else, you need to get pre-qualified.
When starting over after a divorce, insurance isn't the first thing people think about. But it is important to know what you have in place, and what you may need in case you need to file a claim.
February 1st is my agency anniversary, so this time of year always brings back a lot of memories, and even some of the anxiety I felt back then. I didn't share this post on social media back when I originally wrote it. I felt the need to be intentional this time around. Not for me, but in case it could help someone who could relate, or even give a little hope.
This blog post won't save you time on the phone. It won't save you from shuffling through paperwork to find the most current statement. It won't make the decisions any easier. But my hope is that it will give you an idea of what to look for, and see what options are available.
Technology has made the initial search for a home much more convenient. Online pictures and virtual tours can help save time, but this is no ordinary internet purchase. Which is why you should seriously consider hiring a professional.
An escrow account can be a great way to help simplify the process of combining common and required expenses associated with buying a home.
Since we know the time will come, the next best thing to do it to be prepared. So what do you do before and after the storm passes?
When it comes to buying your first home, there are some steps you can take to make sure you are in the best position to make an offer when you find "The One".