At long last, my wife and I finally bought a home.
You: You started looking a year ago, no?
This round, in New Hampshire, yes. But we also looked to buy a place in Chicago during 1999 and in New Jersey in 2002.
You: So it took you ten years to buy a home?
Sort of. But we weren’t [...]
After a very successful trip to Annapolis, Maryland speaking at the University of Maryland’s Personal Finance Seminar for Professionals, I returned to an enormous box on my desk.
I approached in cautiously.
You: Did you fear it was a bomb?
Of course not, why?
You: It’s possible.
I think you’re watching too much TV.
You: What does that have to do [...]
This is post #450 on this blog.
You: I can’t believe it.
Gary: And you still haven’t sold the suckers anything.
They’re not suckers, Gary.
Gary: To you, maybe.
Just trying to teach, man.
Gary: Good luck with that.
It’s going rather well.
You: I’d agree.
Thanks, but before we get overconfident, take a look at the CBS News video below which had [...]
When I ended my keynote presentation last week at New Hampshire Jump$tart’s MoneySmarts, I was asked several questions. (Candidly, the Q & A portion of any seminar is highly enjoyable because it always varies significantly. You really never know what you’re going to be asked.) With an audience of about 150 teachers – mostly of [...]
Some quick thoughts:
Nope, we didn’t purchase a house before Friday – but not for lack of trying. We made what we thought was a good offer on a nice property. Nonetheless, our offer was not good enough in the eyes of the sellers, who elected to keep the property on the market while hoping for [...]