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In our recent move to Iowa and the subsequent search for a new house, we came to the sad realization that we would need to get a mortgage again in order to get the house we wanted. We were ok with that because it … Continue reading
Episode 97: eCredable is the long awaited alternative to the FICO score, Feb 14, 2012. Today I interviewed Steve Ely, CEO of eCredable. eCredable is a credit reporting agency but they do things a little different than the big three … Continue reading
Julia from www.PromisesFC.com has an awesome question to challenge the way we think about money: What is more important to you? A) Knowing your mortgage interest rate B) Knowing the remaining balance owed on your mortgage C) Knowing the equity … Continue reading
Today’s question is from Jackie Walters from “Personal Finance with Jackie Walters” on FaceBook: What percentage of monthly income should you budget for a mortgage payment? A) 10% B) 25% C) 45% The direct link is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIEprTq0NjY
In 2007, total consumer debt was $2.5 trillion. Consumer overall indebtedness (including mortgages) increased from $1.4 trillion to $11.5 trillion from 1980 to 2005. Find more fun facts and statistics about money at financialexcellence.net.