Monthly Archives: October 2011

Why Rent? Fixed FHA Mortgages at only 3.75% (5.092 APR)! King of Prussia, Plymouth Meeting, Phoenixville

Why Rent? Fixed FHA Mortgages at only 3.75% (5.092 APR)! King of Prussia, Plymouth Meeting, Phoenixville   Why haven’t you bought a home yet? Is a 20% down payment keeping you from buying a home? Have you rented for a long time & just aren’t sure? Are you a long time renter in the market to buy? Living in the ...

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My latest adventure – “how & where to” guide for Salmon Fishing in upstate NY

The year was 1983 & I was 8 years old. My father decided he was taking me to Pulaski, NY to go Salmon Fishing. Twenty eight years later, we haven’t missed a year. If you’re looking for a manly man’s fishing trip that’s not too far off, this is a great place to start. WARNING: These fish are strong! I ...

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The Government’s Revamped HARP Program For Underwater Homeowners

The Federal Home Finance Agency announced big changes to its Home Affordable Refinance Program Monday. More commonly called HARP, the Home Affordable Refinance Program is meant to give "underwater homeowners" opportunity to refinance.

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Puerto Rico: Zip lining, Tarpon Fishing & a Wedding

Puerto Rico: Zip lining, Tarpon Fishing & a Wedding Although Summer was officially over in September, I wasn’t quite ready.  Back pack in hand (if you read previous posts, you’ll notice a theme) Jen & I headed to Puerto Rico. Don’t you love it when you can visit family that lives in a tropical climate?! 🙂 I  like adventure but ...

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USDA Updates – They now charge for the awesomeness!

In my last post I gave a few tidbits about USDA (Click here if you missed it – Kick butt 100% financing that you’ll probably qualify for). WOW, I didn’t realize so many people would respond. Good Great stuff guys. So here are a few updates…. October 1, 2011 USDA Rural Housing Loan Changes: USDA Rural Housing has been taxpayer-subsidized ...

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week : October 24, 2011

Mortgage markets improved last week on worries that Eurozone leaders would decline to send aid to Greece. These concerns overshadowed optimism for the U.S. economy, the result of several strong data points.

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