May, 2018 Archives

Archives for May 2018

Duty to Serve Program Brings Homebuying Options to Low and Middle Income Americans

Owning a home is a source of accomplishment. Unfortunately, affordable homeownership remains a pipe dream for many low and middle-income Americans. Homeowners are often burdened by the weight of mortgage repayments. The Duty to Serve Program was established by the Federal Housing Finance Agency to make homeownership affordable through the introduction of more home buying options. Those who are either struggling to make their mortgage payments, or are falling behind ought to work directly with … [Read more...]

Dying Without Direction (The Nasty Consequences of Dying Without a Will)

Drafting a will is arguably the most significant stage of the estate planning process and failure to create one often comes with nasty consequences. When someone dies, the assets that are left behind are typically distributed to heirs. When a will is not available, decisions about who will receive property, who will take care of the kids, and even who will execute the deceased's estate are left up to the state. Dying Intestate in Illinois For those who are thinking about a will, people who … [Read more...]

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