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TWiRP-June 20, 2015

This week in rental property, mortgage rates pulled back by 0.04 percent from last week’s 4.04 percent to 4.00 percent. On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve announced that it plans to raise interest rates later this year. We take a look at the LA Times article on the effects of federal funds rate on the economy and the Wall Street Journal’s article on how to get ready for rising interest rates. Then...

Buying a Home Using Seller Financing

Buying a home can be important milestone to achieve. However, in today’s market it isn’t always easy to just walk into a bank and get a loan. Lenders look at a variety of factors including credit score, credit history, and debt to income ratio, as well as ability to repay. If you do not meet the criteria to obtain a loan you may have the option to buy through seller financing. What is Seller...

Curb Your Capitalism… The Federal Open Market Calamity and dis-Interest Rates

As short-term political motivation sullies the sanctity of central banking, presumptuous open market meddling, unrestrained by the boundaries of logic, makes a ticking time bomb of Federal Funds. It’s time we meditate on circumstance, accounting for the rational and the hardly so. Let’s see: inflation without spending? A stagnant, yet expanded money supply? At what point did capitalism become so...

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