Category Archives: Borrowing Coach

Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of ProBorrower

Wow, how the time flies!  Today marks a significant milestone in the life of this blog with the 75th post.  I’m a sucker for nostalgia as much as the next person so let’s take a look at the most popular … Continue reading

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Seven Borrowing Resolutions for 2011: The Art of Won’t

Well 2010 is nearly past.  2011 is just ahead.  What will we change to make the most of the new year?  What will we keep the same? The end of the year is the perfect time to reflect on the … Continue reading

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Blue Sky or Head in the Clouds? Home Ownership Dreamin’

What has the residential real estate crash taught us? The survey says: NOT MUCH! Fannie Mae published a study on the attitudes about home ownership and we haven’t learned much from the experience.  What about my fellow residents of the … Continue reading

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Friends Don’t Let Friends Borrow Alone: The Advantages of Hiring a Borrowing Coach

The borrowing arena can be an intimidating place.  The lenders’ den is full of experienced moneymen whose primary job is to separate as much current and future cash from your wallet as possible.  If you could improve your odds by … Continue reading

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