In the United States today up to 50% of marriages can be expected to end in divorce1. With 60-70% of American2 couples also living together before getting married (and let’s face it – some don’t go the distance) the real impact of relationship breakdowns is likely to be much higher than the statistics lead us to believe.
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In the United States today up to 50% of marriages can be expected to end in divorce1. With 60-70% of American2 couples also living together before getting married (and let’s face it – some don’t go the distance) the real impact of relationship breakdowns is likely to be much higher than the statistics lead us to believe.read more
When a prospective buyer arrives to see your home for the first time, they can either be “sold” before they get out of the car or they can be forever turned off. It all depends upon the visual presentation your property makes. First impressions truly matter, so make the best one possible and increase the odds of getting your asking price by following these cost-effective steps.read more
Going through a divorce can turn your world upside down and unfortunately it can have a huge bearing on your financial position. Not only is it a huge lifestyle change, but it also means that you need to re-evaluate your joint finances and assets, such as your mortgage and property.read more
The decision to sell your home is not a walk in the park. The moments leading up to the decision, the actual process of putting your house up for sale, and the emotional stress of turning over your property to its new owner might be overwhelming. If you are in an area where you see a lot of FOR SALE signs, then you know you are in a challenging market. Truth is, you only have one chance to sell your house, so it is vital that you do it right.read more
Are you thinking about what to do with your house, now that you are moving to another state or another country? We are pretty sure you are. There is no one true correct answer to the question of keeping or selling your house. It all depends on your objective and...read more
Are your mortgage payments taking more than 25% of your take-home income? If yes, you might be spiraling down the path of acquiring more debt down the road. It is just a possibility, but holds true for most people. Financial management issues, emergencies, and loss of...read more