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Paying Too Much for Property Tax?

Posted by:  Service First
2017-02-28 07:55:10

Are you tired of paying too much for property taxes? Here are a few tips to help you check for errors in your home’s assessment, which could save you money. Typical Errors: When inspecting a property, you should have a document to record information you see around the home. It should inc...[read more...]

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8 Homeowner Tax Write-offs

Posted by:  Service First
2017-02-22 09:44:10

Are you aware of the tax deductibles you may qualify for as a homeowner?  We’ve listed eight tax write-offs you can take advantage of while filing your taxes this year. Mortgage Interest Payments: As a homeowner, you may be eligible to deduct some of the mortgage interest payments, ...[read more...]

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Looking forward to your tax refund? Here are four ways to reinvest in your home using your tax refund.  Paying Down Debts While the prices of homes increase and interest rates remain low, it is best to apply a portion of your tax return to pay down other debts. Your currents debts could c...[read more...]

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If you’re in your 20s, balancing your finances before turning 30 may seem daunting. But it doesn’t have to be! You can begin to develop healthy financial habits now by following these three simple steps: Plan for future growth to generate income. Instead of spending your whole...[read more...]

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Helpful Tips on Snagging an Extra Tax Break

Posted by:  Service First
2017-02-10 09:24:44

Tax season is finally here! Many homeowners may know what to look for when it comes to tax breaks, but some may not. We’ve listed four deductions that you may qualify for when filing your taxes. Deduction Points If you bought a house last year, you will be eligible to deduct points you&r...[read more...]

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Is your closing date coming up? Now is a good time to ensure you have the following five items in order prior to closing:  Be Aware of Your Mortgage Rate Expiration Date It’s important for you to know that your mortgage rate isn’t set in stone. Your initial “lock-in&...[read more...]

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