Tag: low interest rates

Mortgage Refinancing: In Rahm Emanuel We Need Not Entrust [VLOG]

Mortgage Refinancing: In Rahm Emanuel We Need Not Entrust [VLOG]
Ok, ok…congrats Rahm Emanuel for winning the Chicago mayoral election!  Nothing personal, but the economy of my own home and strategy to financial independence does not rely upon whether you raise taxes or facilitate making Chicago the greatest business city in America (although I think it already is). I sat down with friends of mine... Read more »

How Improving Personal Credit Helps a Homeowner's Retirement Plan

How Improving Personal Credit Helps a Homeowner's Retirement Plan
You hear about the “lowest mortgage interest rates since 1939” in the media, billboards and newspapers.  If you own a home, refinancing your can free up monthly cash flow to pay off consumer debt or save towards your kid’s college and retirement plan.  Why should the bank be the beneficiary of not being able to... Read more »