Real Wealth KC
You may have heard that the fastest way to get rich is through real estate. You may have heard that 90% of the world’s millionaires found their path to riches in real estate. Real wealth comes from within.
It’s likely that money was invented, not as substitute for the mythical barter system, but as a symbol of the relationships between people. As we became more focused on the means to measure, rather than what is being measured, we began to value money over people!
Oh the irony!!
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Real Wealth KC
- Kansas First Time Home Buyer Savings AccountIf you are saving up to buy your first home in Kansas and looking to get some tax benefits from doing so, you may be interested in talking to your financial institution about a first time home buyers savings account. The bill was signed into law by Governor Laura Kelly in 2022. First time homeContinue reading “Kansas First Time Home Buyer Savings Account”
- Summer LullAfter another busy year in the real estate market, it seems like things are ready to settle down. Every listing was pending in less than a week, and, after six months, I finally closed my last buyer client Thursday. And now…? It’s so… quiet! While there is not much data to support the idea thatContinue reading “Summer Lull”
- For Better Wealth, Get a Second OpinionI recently attended a class on first time home buyer financing taught by Don Brinker with the Missouri Housing Development Commission and Leslie Lowry at Fairway Mortgage. While there was a lot of helpful information geared toward first time home buyers, another piece of advice came up that is beneficial to anyone buying or refinancingContinue reading “For Better Wealth, Get a Second Opinion”
News Around the Nation
How to Lock in a Low Mortgage Rate – Your Money Briefing -WSJ
It’s looking more and more like 2022 is a much better time to buy a house — with one big catch
– Business Insider
Rent is going up so fast, it’s not just pricing out residents — it’s hurting Kansas City – KCUR
New Bill Would Give First-Time Home Buyers up to $15,000 in Tax Credits – Motley Fool
What’s Stopping First-Time Home Buyers? – NY Times