If you missed the April 28 episode of Mortgage Matters Radio, we will have a playable archive up on Wednesday, May 2. For now, we are experimenting with a new feature […]
Many folks who track the economy and root wildly for its recovery know that the first thing to look at is housing and jobs. I had really hoped that the […]
Citing economic growth as “moderate” the Fed will continue hold interest rates near zero. Unless pace improves substantially, the Fed will keep these rates low through 2014. The Fed also […]
Little known fact: human’s first words were “Did you hear…?” And the first response “Yes, but did you know…?”
I say this because the human tendency to build community by passing […]
House paint functions first as a protective application and second for aesthetic value. For example, I recently looked at a potential exterior project involving some failing wood on my client’s […]
If you missed the April 21 episode of Mortgage Matters Radio, we will have a playable archive up later this week. For now, we are experimenting with a new feature – […]
From the April 14 episode of Mortgage Matters:
Question: I am looking to refinance, but the banks won’t touch my property. I have a primary residence with a manufactured home as a […]
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Tickets for our favorite food and wine festival – Savor the Central Coast, […]
Three important indicators were released today:
– International Trade: The U.S. trade gap shrank to $46.0 billion in February (from $52.2 billion in January). Expectations were for a slight movement, but […]
The third goal in estate planning in California is avoiding a probate conservatorship. Luckily, with good planning, a probate conservatorship can be avoided.
What Is a Conservatorship?
A conservatorship is a court […]