Tag Archives: Great Depression

Borrowers with an Attitude; Debt for Thought

Thanksgiving is a special day for Americans.  It’s a day we celebrate all kinds of good fortune and even some discomforts.  In the midst of the worst financial crisis since The Great Depression I have a short list of things … Continue reading

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Home Ownership or Parasite Buffet? Who’s Sucking your Money Blood?

The next few posts will be a series on financing home ownership and a comparison of two popular mortgage products, the 15-year and 30-year fixed rate loan.  But first, I’d like to take a look at some common beliefs about … Continue reading

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