Bail Bonds 101: A Guide For Inexperienced Family Members Seeking Bail For A Loved One

Posted on: 13 December 2016

Smack dab in the middle of life, you get a call that your loved one has been arrested and is now in jail. Often, coming up with bail money will be the only way to get your loved one out of jail. However, if you are like most, you just won't have the extra funds available to pay for bail to get your loved one out of jail. Thankfully for you and your jailed loved one, there is another option in the form of bail bonds services. [Read More]

3 Keys To Successfully Negotiating Your Home Mortgage Rate Like A Pro

Posted on: 8 December 2016

If you are like most prospective homeowners, taking out a mortgage means you walk into the lender's office and wait for them to tell you the terms and conditions of what they have to offer. This is simply because unless you have had plenty of prior experience with buying a home or an experience with mortgages professionally, you probably just don't know a great deal about how it all works. The problem with this is, a lender may not lay everything on the table that is available unless you ask questions, which can mean you leave with a mortgage rate that is not as ideal as you would like. [Read More]

Three Common Payday Loan Concerns Addressed

Posted on: 13 October 2016

Experiencing a serious financial shortfall can be an extremely stressful situation for anyone to encounter. Fortunately, it is often possible to take out a payday loan to help you make ends meet during these difficult times. However, if you have limited experience and knowledge when it comes to these loans, you will likely benefit from learning the answers to a few of the more frequently asked payday loan questions and concerns. [Read More]

Getting The Most From The IRS: A Few Handy Tax Tips For Real Estate Agents

Posted on: 17 August 2015

It is a shame that you don't ever get letters from the IRS that tell you about deductions that you forgot to claim on your tax return. This is especially true for realtors who spend a lot of money to make their business work. Ultimately, it is up to your accountant to make certain that you claim every single deduction that you can so that you can lower your tax bill and possibly even get some money back. [Read More]