Dexter is the first person to tell you he doesn’t enjoy the sales side of business. He would rather educate people so they can make sound financial purchasing decisions based on their knowledge than deliver a sales pitch.
Creating a flourishing garden or maintaining a colorful lawn on the Front Range of Colorado can be tricky. With specific soil and irrigation needs, growing plants in Colorado takes a little extra effort than other regions.
Homeowners can use the equity in their homes to pay for home improvement projects, college tuition, medical bills and other expenses.
When it’s difficult to make all your payments on time, or interest rates on your current lines of credit are draining your checking account, consider debt consolidation. This smart financial move may help you get back on track with your monetary responsibilities, may boost your credit score and ease the mental stress of paying multiple
Your Colorado home is valuable. So, why not dip into the equity you’ve accrued as a homeowner to help reach a few financial goals in your life? Two options are a home equity loan and a cash-out refinance. Both put dollars in your pocket but in very different ways. Let’s discover the best option for
Homeownership remains a defining characteristic of the American Dream, according to a recent National Association of Realtors Aspiring Home Buyers Profile study1. There are many benefits to homeownership, but the ability to use home equity to reach other financial goals is one that many homeowners may not have considered. United States homeowners have over $15
Are you planning to remodel your kitchen? Replace a roof? Improve your landscaping? No matter what projects you have on your to-do list, one thing’s for sure: It’s going to cost money. If you’re looking for a way to achieve that goal of making your house the home you’ve always dreamed it could be, consider