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U.S. Housing Market Starts to Cool Down

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people took advantage of the low-interest rates and decided to purchase a house. As many others had a similar thought process, the demand for housing began to rise.

by Matin Varshochi
Americans Rely More on Credit Cards Due to Inflation

The U.S. economy has experienced higher inflation than before, reaching its highest point since 1990. As a result, many Americans are turning to their credit cards to pay for their needed goods and services that have risen in price. Unfortunately, excessive use of credit cards to pay for goods and services can have major financial setbacks.

by Matin Varshochi
How to Celebrate National Insurance Awareness Day

Smart money decisions early on will set the tone for your financial stability later on in life. Having insurance is a large part of financial security because it can protect you from unexpected events that can be costly in the future. To ensure people were updating their insurance policies regularly, June 28 was named “National Insurance Awareness Day.”

by Matin Varshochi
Factors Leading to a Crypto Bear Market

Over the past couple of weeks, investor confidence has been dropping in both the crypto and stock markets. Moreover, with the current economic climate, many investors have begun offloading most of their investments as there are rising concerns about a potential recession, leading to a crypto bear market.

by Matin Varshochi
Why Homeownership is an Important Wealth Building Factor

Homeownership is one of the most common forms of building wealth.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Four Factors Behind a Possible 2022 U.S. Recession

Currently, due to various domestic and international events going on right now, the United States (U.S.) economy is performing poorly. From high gas prices to even higher inflation rates, some people are speculating the worst.

by Nailah Herbert
The Best Time to Buy a House

One of the biggest purchases a person can make is buying a home. Buying a new home is typically an excellent long-term investment; once the mortgage is paid off, you are left with a high-value asset under your name.

by Matin Varshochi
Housing Discrimination Widens the Homeownership Gap for Black Americans

The Black homeownership gap has increased by more than 30% since the height of the pandemic. That is higher than it was 60 years ago when racial discrimination in housing was legal.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
How to Start Your Real Estate Investment Journey

Owning an investment property can help you earn incremental cash, increase savings on your tax return and build generational wealth. Read on to learn the four key steps for beginners to buy an investment property.

by Pam Hill
Housing Market Cooling Down Due to High-Interest Rates

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the housing market has continued to rise in value, although the economy has been in a recession. With the fear and uncertainty of the pandemic, many began purchasing homes, ultimately raising the average house price.

by Matin Varshochi
Nine Key Steps to Buying a Home

Buying a home is a big deal, so it is important to be financially prepared in advance. Here are nine steps to take to prepare yourself to become a homeowner.

by Shaun Morgan
Rising Median Rent Prices Expected to Pass $2,000 by Summer

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the rental market experienced lower prices due to the economic downturn. However, since the pandemic’s worst days are over, monthly rents are back on the rise.

by Matin Varshochi
Homeowners Looking for Roommates to Afford Mortgage Payments

by Nailah Herbert
Federal Reserve Announced Interest Rate Hike

On Wednesday, May 4, 2022, the Federal Reserve Bank announced they will be raising interest rates by a half-point. The rising rates have been at their highest point in more than 20 years, and the increased rates have caused the stock market to go into a frenzy, with the S&P 500 dropping by 3.5% the following day.

by Matin Varshochi
Why Your Credit Score Matters When Purchasing a Home

Your credit score is used by lenders to determine your credit risk when it comes to borrowing money. The higher your credit score, generally speaking, the more you'll be able to borrow, and the lower your interest rate. That can save you thousands of dollars over the life of your loan. So, if you're looking to purchase a home, read on to learn how to optimize your credit score.

by Pam Hill

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