Scott Conley

Homeowners Need to Prepare for More Expensive Mortgages

NOTICE: Data released on Friday revealed that annual inflation had hit a 10-year high of 3.3%, beating all expectations and highlighting the fact that the economy is in turmoil right now. Increases in food prices, construction costs and, of course, housing have contributed to a post-Covid surge in recent months, …

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Kentucky President resigns amid financial anxiety

The president of Kentucky State University resigned Tuesday as the board prepares to bring in an external auditor to review institutional finances. Mr. Christopher Brown II, who had been president of the university since 2017, offered his resignation at a special board meeting. The board, with two absent members, unanimously …

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Personal Capital Review – Forbes Advisor

If you have $ 100,000 in assets to manage and are willing to pay higher fees, you’ll have access to Personal Capital’s robo-advisor wealth management features. Perhaps the most interesting thing for you is access to live finance professionals. These trustees answer your investment and retirement questions, build a comprehensive …

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Here are the mortgage rates for July 20, 2021: Rate slippage

Jeff Greenberg / Getty Images Several major mortgage rates fell today. Average rates for 15-year and 30-year fixed-rate mortgages have declined, while average rates for 5/1 variable-rate mortgages have also declined. Although mortgage rates are constantly fluctuating, they are currently lower than they have been in recent years. If you …

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