This will be an interesting year for residential real estate. With a presidential election taking place this fall and talk of a possible recession occurring before the end of the year, predicting what will happen in the 2020 U.S. housing market can be challenging. As a result, taking a look at the combined projections from … Continue
It’s here! 3rd Quarter’s market skinny is now available for your viewing pleasure.
It’s here! 2nd Quarter’s market skinny is now available for your viewing pleasure.
It’s here! 1st Quarter’s market skinny is now available for your viewing pleasure.
Real estate experts on the Kansas City market since 1995. Let’s start the year with a discussion on where the market is headed for 2019 and how the last year wrapped up.
There are plenty of reasons why you should have an understanding of your current home value even if you are not considering a move. First and foremost, the rising values of property will affect your insurance coverage. If you aren’t sure of the current replacement value of your home, chances are you are underinsured. This … Continue
Do you have a goal of being in a new home in 2018? Learn the facts about the current market first! Join us for a FREE Seminar and Dinner. Everyone is Welcome! Come and Learn: -Are we in a real estate bubble? -Expert predictions for the real estate market in 2018 -The biggest obstacles … Continue
On September 7, 2017, Rick Smith, Chairman and CEO of Equifax Inc., responded on cybersecurity incident involving consumer information with the above message from the Equifax Youtube Channel. However before you follow the steps that Equifax provides, please be cautious. Trusted advisors and friends at Searcy Financial Services, Inc, recommend taking several steps to ensure … Continue
Download the Personal Budget Worksheet. 70-10-10-10 Debt Reduction Rollover Plan Credit Cards If your debt is primary on credit cards, cut and cancel your cards! If necessary, acquire or keep one low interest rate card that you will pay off monthly. Rollover Formula Pay more on the card with the Highest interest rate. Once paid off, … Continue
“We must all suffer one of two things: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret and disappointment” – Jim Rohn The recession of 2009 might seem like light years ago but we’ve been at this business long enough to know that this too shall pass. One of the things Dan and I have … Continue
If you’re like most people, you dream of the day you can pay off all of your debt and boost your savings and retirement accounts. However, the reality is many who want to achieve financial freedom aren’t sure where to start. This infographic outlines strategies to help strengthen your financial future. The keys are to … Continue
Do you have too much paper stacking up? On Friday, May, 13th as a service to our family, friends and clients, we will have a shred truck at our office parking lot for free and confidential shredding. Documents can be dropped off at office at 11005 Metcalf Ave. from 7:30 – 11:00 a.m. Need … Continue