A recent study by Nationwide Children’s Hospital found that more than 20,000 children go the emergency room each year for sledding-related injuries and 71% of all sledding injuries occur without adult supervision. It is recommended that parents or guardians keep an eye on all children younger than 12 and hop on the sled with those younger than five to help avoid injury. So while sledding is a favorite winter pastime, you need to be cautious and keep these tips in mind.
While you’re shopping for the home of your dreams, you may come to realize the process might take longer than expected. It’s important to know that getting a preapproval requires a “hard pull” on your credit, and too many hard pulls can impact your ability to score the best loan terms once you are officially able to move forward with a mortgage for the home of your dreams. To avoid this credit stress, follow these tips to lessen the risk and protect one of your most important assets, your credit.
If you’re hoping to boost your credit score this year, then you’ll likely need to break some old habits. Read on to learn how to help fix your credit score to put yourself in the best financial standing possible to purchase the home of your dreams.
If you’re a first-time homebuyer buying a house can be overwhelming. Good news is that you have an agent by your side to guide you through the process. Review and make note of these items to avoid making unneeded mistakes!