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Reverse Mortgages have changed dramatically!!! Listen in to learn how they can
benefit you and your loved ones. So much covered today in one hour.
Steve Sless, our guest today is a pro at Reverse Mortgages, listen in, call in
and ask questions. He is going in depth as to the benefits of a Reverse Mortgage
in today's day and age. Simply not what they used to be....
Sarae is joined by Denver Community Credit Union's VP of Lending, Katrina Morton, to discuss in the ins and outs of second mortgages. We discuss how they work, what questions to ask, and the different types of terms that are generally available, so that you can decide if a second mortgage is a good fit for you.
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The folks in Washington, D.C., ever confident that EVERYTHING benfits from their invovlement, is again gracing us with changes to rules and regulations relating to housing and mortgages. We will discuss the ones that just got approved in the House of Representatives today and try to figure out what kind of effect they might have.
BIG PURCHASES AND SPENDING BIG MONEY IS MY TOPIC TODAY ON BLOGTALKRADIO. Making large purchases like buying a home or a car can be a hugh challenge for a first time buyer and even a second time buyer. Every time you sign a contract to make a large purchase you must know your responsibilities to fulfill that financial obligation. Every day unsuspecting consumers sign contracts for large purchases that will require payments as stated on a weekly, monthly or annual basis. Not making the payment will be an issue. That issue can follow you for a long time on your credit report. And, let's face it. You are your credit report. An example of a big purchase that can follow you for most of your life is a student loan. College student loans don't just disappear. They must be paid or forgiven based upon the college student graduating and becoming employed in a sector of society recognized by the student loan forgiveness program. You are listening to BlogTalkRadio. I'm Laura Gall. Thank you for listening.
On this special episode of Industry Refocus, we welcome Gaby from the Financials team to break down credit cards and the billions of dollars retailers are generating from their brand-specific credit offerings. She also has an update for the housing market and mortgages.
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The only jurisdiction the court had was based upon the allegations based upon the note and mortgage. The rescission removed the note and mortgage as valid instruments as of the date of mailing the rescission. Hence unless one or more of the parties allege that they are the owner of the debt and the end of the line in the "chain" (and then prove it) none of the existing parties have standing to dispute the rescission which, as Justice Scalia said on behalf of a unanimous US Supreme Court, was effective on mailing regardless of whether it was disputed or not.
Scott Alan Turner from the Financial Rockstar podcast joins the fun this week. He, Len Penzo and Joe tackle financial insecurity, mortgages and horrible Valentine's gifts. ALSO - at the halfway point we have a great visit with Thomas Smyth from AskTrim.com about his new app. Trim dives into your accounts to find forgotten subscriptions you're paying and unsubscribes you (if you wish).
AS IF that's not enough, we're excited at the end of the episode to share some time with the star of SoFi's new Super Bowl commercial, Brandon Williams. We'll talk about the experience and his investing passion - real estate.
Thanks to MagnifyMoney.com and SoFi for sponsoring the show!
Who is Karen Hudes?
Karen Hudes studied law at Yale Law School and economics at the University of Amsterdam. She worked in the US Export Import Bank of the US from 1980-1985 and in the Legal Department of the World Bank from 1986-2007. She established the Non Governmental Organization Committee of the International Law Section of the American Bar Association and the Committee on Multilateralism and the Accountability of International Organizations of the American Branch of the International Law Association.
Simplifying problems of international law and economics and finding the solutions is not an easy task. How can one planet sustain its West using counterfeit currencies, whilst the BRICS nations trade using gold?
What does the World Bank have to do with the world's gold? What is money? What are local currencies? What is country debt? How do we avoid a currency war? How do we implement debt forgiveness, forbid usury, forbid tax on income - under God's laws or natural laws, internationally.
Karen Hudes is the ideal person to discuss these issues and the remedies we seek .
By Caitlin Dewey
Having a million bucks these days isn’t as rare as you might think. In fact, according to Phoenix Marketing International, a firm that tracks the affluent market, more than 5% of U.S. households have investable assets of $1 million or more.
That's only one way to measure if someone's a millionaire, of course. A net worth of $1 million also qualifies; subtract liabilities, including mortgages and car loans, from assets, including home equity and retirement savings, to determine your net worth. Either way, hitting the million-dollar mark is no small feat.
Do you have what it takes to be a millionaire – and will you know how to live the good life when you become one? Take our quiz to find out the (often surprising) answers
Read more at http://www.kiplinger.com/
Curves In 3D Welcome Derrick and Octavia May to the show tonight as our Special Guest. We would also like to Welcome Arethia Cowden aka Plus Size Sexy Diva of the hit show I Am Beauty as a Guest Host. Blue and Swan will not be joining us tonight
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