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How to Supercharge Your Summer Staycation

Jaszmine Davis Jaszmine Davis How to Supercharge Your Summer Staycation

The COVID-19 pandemic has summer plans looking a little different this year. While water parks, family getaways and distant tropical destinations might be out of the question, there’s no reason your vacay visions can’t come to life right here at home.  Even though you might be experiencing a little FOMO, staying at home means you […]

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5 Tips to Support Small Business During COVID-19

Jaszmine Davis Jaszmine Davis 5 Tips to Support Small Business During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a deep impact on our economy. Many businesses, especially the smaller, local ones, are experiencing slow traffic, low sales, and have faced laying off employees or closing their doors for good. Governor Mike DeWine recently announced that consumer retail and services will open on Tuesday, May 12. However, customers must […]

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To Buy, or Not to Buy: That is the Question

Jaszmine Davis Jaszmine Davis To Buy, or Not to Buy: That is the Question

Spring time is notorious for fun, flowers, and for sale signs. With mortgage rates currently at a historic low and changing from day to day, now is a great time to consider buying a home. But what about renting? Should you stay or should you buy? Sure, your maintenance is taken care of and you […]

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First Comes Love, Then Comes Mortgage

Jaszmine Davis Jaszmine Davis First Comes Love, Then Comes Mortgage

Your guide to making the next big commitment

You’ve probably learned by now that adulting is full of responsibilities and commitments; from jobs to relationships, the list goes on. If you’re at a place in your adult life where you want to stop paying rent and start building equity, you may be asking yourself: Where do I start? Buying a home is one […]

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Facing the Bills: Six Smart Tricks to Tackle Your Holiday Debt

Jaszmine Davis Jaszmine Davis Facing the Bills: Six Smart Tricks to Tackle Your Holiday Debt

Oops! You did it again. Another holiday season, another December spent wracking up debt on presents and parties. Americans spent an average of $1,048 this past holiday season and those who used credit cards for holiday shopping in 2018 likely amassed over $1,200 in debt. So now that it’s January, the time has come to […]

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4 Festive Ways to Save Energy this Holiday Season

Jaszmine Davis Jaszmine Davis 4 Festive Ways to Save Energy this Holiday Season

How early do you start decorating your home for the holidays? Are you the type that goes from pumpkins straight to Christmas trees? Or do you say “humbug” to the holiday fuss until after Thanksgiving? Wherever you fall on the festive scale, decking the halls can make your spirits merry and bright; but it can […]

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‘Til Debt Do Us Part

Jaszmine Davis Jaszmine Davis ‘Til Debt Do Us Part

Reasons to Talk Money Before Saying “I Do”

People say there are three things you should never discuss with others: religion, politics and money. While this rule may apply at work or family gatherings, when you’re in a serious relationship or newly engaged, it’s important to discuss your financial situation before saying “I Do.” Many couples site issues with money as their number […]

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URBAN LIVING TOUR 2020

This year’s Urban Living Tour event has been postponed due to COVID-19, but will be returning later this summer!

CLICK HERE to sign up to be notified when tickets go on sale!