Archive | March, 2017

U.S. Housing Market Update

Share List The 30-year fixed mortgage rate rose from 3.5 percent to 4.25 percent after the presidential election. While higher rates might deter potential homebuyers — particularly young first-timers — residential real estate is expected to continue being a seller’s market throughout 2017.1 Meanwhile, the fate of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac remains unclear. These […]

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Prescription for Retail Therapy

Share List How much do you use of what you buy? Research reveals that Americans throw away 30 percent to 40 percent of the food they purchase.1 That’s just food, most of which you see daily and toss out regularly as it goes bad. But what about the things that don’t go bad — the […]

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Take a Look at Life Insurance

Share List Middle-aged adults have a plethora of middle-aged financial priorities. It’s hard to even call them priorities because each one is important; it’s just a matter of spreading the money you have across a variety of different needs. In fact, a typical mid-life checking account might include payouts for a mortgage, college tuition, a […]

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The Future of Globalization

Share List There was a time, at the end of the 20th century, when globalization was celebrated. We became more connected with the rest of the world. We could communicate and share information in real time without cost, nations benefited from strong imports and exports, and companies could improve their bottom lines by utilizing lower-cost […]

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