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Thinking about Refinancing? 3 Ways That You Can Boost Your Home's Assessed Value First

In an effort to boost the value of their property, many homeowners invest in renovations that will help them sell at a higher price. However, with all of the renovation options, it can be hard to know what kind of fix-ups are really worth investing time and money into. 364 more words


Financed my Swimming Pool Construction Project

Before actually getting my custom pool built it took us probably the better part of one summer (in which we’d rather have been swimming) to find out all of my options for financing without ruining my credit in the process. 968 more words

How To Build A Down Payment In 1, 3, Or 5 Years

Don’t be intimidated by the idea of saving a down payment. Put these practical tips to work and reach your goal in five years or less. 14 more words

Jeff Brang

Spouse with Bad Credit? 3 Reasons You'll Want to Consider a Co-signer for Your Mortgage

Obtaining a mortgage can be quite a complicated process even without the financial hurdles, but if your spouse’s credit has experienced a number of difficulties, acquiring a mortgage can be even more of a burden. 382 more words


What's Up With Housing?

Here are Tampa Bay’s 25 Priciest Homes of 2016.
Tampa Bay’s luxury market roared back to life in 2016 as an improving economy drove sales of high-end homes to a level not seen in years. 170 more words


2016 KTM 250 SX-F

Small-Bore Domination

The 250 SX-F is once again the World Champion in MX2 and adds a prestigious AMA Supercross Lites Championship to its amazing trophy cabinet. 576 more words


Keep or Toss: How Long Should I Hang Onto My Financial Documents?

Every year, it’s nice to do a bit of “financial spring cleaning” and declutter your filing cabinet, your desk drawers, and the various hiding places where miscellaneous scraps of paper tend to accumulate and multiply. 740 more words

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