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Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

December 7th is the official day The United States honors and remembers the 2,403 citizens who were killed at the attack on Pearl Harbor. Each year, this day allows us to honor the lives of the people who were forever effected by that day, and to continue to uphold the legacy of all who stepped forward in a time of need.



5 Ways to Prep for Holiday Shopping & Stress

Some of the largest factors contributing to holiday stress are money and shopping for gifts. Here’s how to save some money and piece of mind.

1. Be realistic. Every year is different. Sometimes you see certain family members and not others; other times you’re the family member who can’t make it home for the holidays. That’s...

4 Questions to Ask Your Lender

Shopping Around? Here’s the inside scoop on how to do it right!

First: make sure you are working with an experienced, professional loan officer. The largest financial transaction of your life is far too important to place into the hands of someone who is not capable of advising you properly and troubleshooting the issues that may arise along the way. But how can you...

Spend With Your Brain, Not Your Emotions

We all are emotional spenders sometimes. Emotional spending can be defined as any unnecessary spending that occurs when you buy something you don’t need or want due to your feelings, whether that be stress, boredom, happiness, sadness, etc. Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with splurging every now and then like when you get a raise or indulging in the occasional retail...

Stay In The Know

Stay up to date on what you need to know about market changes and how that impacts a home mortgage.