RERL-1575-Accessing Home Wealth Without Debt

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RERL-1575-Accessing Home Wealth Without Debt

The home has to be America’s favorite illiquid asset. Most Americans find most of their wealth tied up in their current residence, which poses major problem to those in need of money now. Convert equity into longtime income for retirement without having to sell your home. Today Joe and Steve Hotovec discuss how homeowners can…

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RERL-1532- Jack Russo – Crisis Management

Growing a startup and getting out of the garage is tough for every entrepreneur and problems can come up at any moment. One of the things Jack Russo and his team at ComputerLaw Group do is help new businesses anticipate and address problems so they are prepared when trouble does happen. Today Joe and Jack…

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RERL-1516-Jack Russo discusses business insurance – Joe recalls his personal experience in a bank robbery

Not too long ago we learned how the internet is helping disrupt the insurance industry. For better or worse, insurance products are something that all growing companies have to think about. In fact investors may even require entrepreneurs to purchase a term life insurance policy that adds to your credibility. Today Joe and Jack Russo…

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RERL-1500-Fannie Mae’s Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, Doug Duncan and SJREI Association founder, Geraldine Barry Help Us Understand the Economy and Housing Market

Truly understanding an economy can be tricky business especially when volatility begins showing up in a strong bull market. Today Joe is joined by Geraldine Barry, former founder and president of SJREI Association. Also in the studio is someone who knows the market better than most: Doug Duncan, Fannie Mae’s senior vice president and chief…

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Real Estate and Mortgage Planning for 2018

Too many people don’t take enough time to plan their mortgage every year. For those with one mortgage and no changes coming up this might not seen to be a big deal. However, if you have multiple properties, looking to make a transaction or have an education to fund you would be wise to begin…

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Good Debt VS. Bad Debt

From mortgages to student loans to credit cards, debt is a part of our life. While we normally view debt as something bad, good debt does exist! Throughout today’s show Joe will provide us with general education on debt and even delve into more specific areas including student and business loans. Specific topics include: General…

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Insurance: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly –Part II

The hazards of the wild, wild west and of home ownership have 3 things in common: the good, the bad and the ugly! If you tuned in last week, you know that we started our discussion on homeowner’s insurance with Kelly Corwell Cansler on the downright deal-breakers of insurance in escrow. But the matters of getting insured and…

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Insurance – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Good, bad or ugly there’s a lot to insurance and it’s something you deal with every time you finance a home. Fortunately for us Joe, Bobbi and Buddy know that you don’t know what you don’t know and that can always come back to bite you. Coming in this week to cover the field of…

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