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Does Everyone Need an Estate Plan?
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Does Everyone Need an Estate Plan?

The short answer is, yes, estate planning can be a smart move for everyone. Though it’s not much fun to think about what will happen to your loved ones after you are gone, doing some estate planning early on, and readjusting it as needed throughout your lifetime, can help you prepare for the future and […]

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Important Estate Planning Documents to Know
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Important Estate Planning Documents to Know

For many, a strategy for estate planning is a must-have at any stage in life. This ensures that your wishes on how to handle your wealth, health, and children are carried out after your demise or a medical emergency that leaves you incapacitated. Having the proper documents in place makes it easier, faster, and less […]

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As you wade into a busy market, don’t forget about taxes
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While turnaround times, underwriting, and closing bottlenecks have been raised
A Mentee’s Educational and Marketing Plans
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The purpose of a mentorship program is to facilitate field training for new hires that are not experienced so that they will receive the support they need to tr
Can closing costs change on the closing disclosure?
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Some closing costs can increase on the Closing Disclosure (CD) but others can't. Here's how to use the CD to get the deal you were promised.
CFPB will delay QM rule’s compliance date
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Acting Director Dave Uejio said Tuesday that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will push back implementation of the qualified mortgage rule and may amend or revoke other Trump-era rules that have yet to take effect.
915: RERR Highlights – The Best Real Estate Podcast Clips of June 2020
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With one of the craziest quarters in memory coming to a close, we wanted to revisit some of last month’s best moments on Real Estate Rockstars. Watch the included clips for discussions on coronavirus, the protests, and the industry’s response to recent uncertainties. Plus, we feature ways to win investor clients, tips for creating real estate YouTube content, and an interview with former KW CEO Chris Heller. Sponsors  Rebus University – Get Over $10,000 in Real Estate Training for as Little as $97 at  futureofrealestatetraining.com  MyOutDesk – Book a FREE Business Strategy Session and See How to Grow Your Business with the Help of a Virtual Assistant at  myoutdesk.com FREE Resources for Real Estate Agents   Join the FREE Agent Success Toolbox and Get Immediate Access to Over 200 Real Estate Downloads Claim Your FREE Copy of Pat Hiban’s Best-Selling Book: 6 Steps to 7 Figures Claim Your FREE Copy of Tribe of Millionaires by Pat Hiban and David Osborn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Smart Money Podcast: Filing Taxes Early and Tapping Home Equity
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Welcome to NerdWallet’s Smart Money podcast, where we answer your real-world money questions. This week’s episode starts with a discussion of why you probably want to file your taxes sooner…
Should I Get a Life Insurance Policy As a Young Adult in My 20s?
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“I don’t need life insurance because I’m young and healthy” is a common myth. Read on to learn why young adults should get life insurance.
Refi Share of Closed Loans Rose 7 bp in January
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Ice Mortgage Technology (formerly Ellie Mae) said that closed loans continued show declining note rates in January, dropping from an average of 2.93 percent in December to 2.88 percent. The decline occurred across all loan types. The 30-year rate on conventional loans dropped to 2.91 percent from 2.96 percent and the 30-year rate on FHA loans declined by 8 basis points to 2.86 percent. The VA rate averaged 2.60 percent compared to 2.66 percent the prior month. As rates retreated, the percentage of refinances continued to increase , the ICE Mortgage Origination Report said, representing 67 percent of closed loans, up from 60 percent in December 2020. The refinance share varied among lenders, from 74 percent for conventional loans, to 36 percent for VA loans, and 24 percent for FHA. The FHA refi...(read more)

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