Real Estate and Personal Finance Advice
How You Can Save $1 Million09/14/14
Americans are living healthier and longer lives. The average life expectancy is now 79—that’s plenty of time to save more than a million dollars. The upshot is that you need to start securing an income for the 10, 20 or …Continue reading
3 Tips for Selling Your House This Fall
We’re officially entering the fall selling season, the best season for real estate after spring. As kids head back to school, parents can turn their attention to buying before the new semester starts in January. Fall is the sweet spot …Continue reading
What Part of My Inheritance Is Taxable?
It’s one of Benjamin Franklin’s most famous quotes: “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Of course most people aren’t so certain about those taxes, particularly when it comes to taxes surrounding death …Continue...
How to Invest in Real Estate Internationally
Investing in overseas real estate is a strong draw right now. You can buy real estate inprime locations along the beach with stunning natural views or in cultural meccas in foreign countries for much less than in the United States. …Continue reading
The Ilyce Glink Show on WSB Radio: August 17, 2014
Kristi Ross, Amanda Setili, Austin Allisonand John Heithausjoin Ilyce this week to discuss how to improveyour small businesson August 17, 2014 on WSB radio. Kristi Ross – CEO, President of dough, Inc In April 2014, tastytrade and dough combined to...
The Ilyce Glink Show on WSB Radio: August 10, 2014
On this week’s radio show, Ilycediscussed the economy, real estate investing mistakes and starting an innovative business. Lindsey Piegza, Chief Economist, Sterne Agee Lindsey is the Chief Economist for Sterne Agee, specializing in the research and...
Why Aren’t My Mortgage Payments Being Reported After Bankruptcy?
Bankruptcy filings increased nearly 30 percent at the height of the Great Recession, and many Americans are still recovering. Fortunately, some of my listeners are rebuilding their lives and moving on from bankruptcy. Otherswonder why their mortgage...
How to Buy Your Parent’s House
Your parents are ready to move out of their house. They want to sell it to you for cheap, so they get a little cash and you get a great deal on a nice home. Sounds good, right? Tread carefully, …Continue reading
Three Tips for Couples When She Makes More
Today, one in four women in marriages bring in more income than their husbands, which is up from six percent in the 1960s. Whether you are a man or woman, the pressure to bring home the bacon can be overwhelming. …Continue reading
Check Your Credit Score Before Shopping for a Mortgage
It’s selling season and buyers are excited to take advantage of the incredible low interest rates out there. But before you start shopping for a mortgage, you shouldcheck your credit score.You need to know where your credit stands to be …Continue...
Money Mistakes People Make in Their 20s and 30s
Look back at who you were in your 20s and 30s. If you could have a conversation with yourself, what money mistakes would you say to avoid? Here are a couple big money mistakes I think people in their 20s …Continue reading
How to Buy a Foreclosed Home
Foreclosed homes present an interesting opportunity for those struggling to buy. The selling season should be in full swing but our economic issues have caused a housing slowdown. There are not enough homes available and many are way above what...
Why So Many Homes Are Unaffordable
Mortgage lenders recommend spending between 28 and 36 percent of your gross monthly income on debt payments. While this is considered to be perfectly affordable, it’s stunning that one-third of the homes for sale right now are unaffordable by...
Glinkonomics: Are FHA Loans A Bad Deal Due To Mortgage Insurance Costs?
Glinkonomics (Ilyce’s take on what’s going on in the economy this week), Ilyce discusses whether FHA loans are a bad deal due to mortgageA Mortgage is a document granting a lien on a home in exchange for financing granted by …Continue reading
Glinkonomics: Why Now Is The Time to Refinance Your Mortgage
Glinkonomics (Ilyce’s take on what’s going on in the economy this week), Ilyce discusses why now is the time to refinance your mortgageA Mortgage is a document granting a lien on a home in exchange for financing granted by a …Continue reading
Glinkonomics: Home Prices are Rising Too Fast: Should We Be Concerned?
Glinkonomics (Ilyce’s take on what’s going on in the economy this week), Ilyce discusses how home prices are rising too fast and why it’s concerning for the housing market. It has been five years since the housing crisis and home …Continue reading
Glinkonomics: 10 States Hit the Hardest by Government Shutdown
Glinkonomics, life this week on WSB radio, Ilyce talks about the government shutdown and which 10 states have been hit the hardest. Amid the federal government shutdown, life’s been going on and states that have been hit the hardest are …Continue...
Glinkonomics: How Is The Housing Market Doing?
Glinkonomics, life this week on WSB radio, Ilyce talks about the latest economic news and how the housing market is doing. Hey everybody, welcome back to the Ilyce Glink Show live on Sundays here on news talk WSB. We are …Continue reading
Glinkonomics: Latest News on the Economy
Glinkonomics, life this week on WSB radio, Ilyce talks about money, real estateReal Estate is land and anything permanently attached to it, such as buildings and improvements., unemployment and what happened in theeconomythis week. Hi everybody,...
Glinkonomics: Latest Housing Market News
This week we’re introducing Glinkonomics, life this week with Ilyce Glink on WSB radio. Welcome back to the Ilyce Glink Show, rebuilding America one house at a time, starting with yours here on news talk WSB. I’m Ilyce Glink, find …Continue reading
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