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Feb 15, 2018

Some people might say it’s easy to plan for a market where interest rates begin to climb. As long as you have a good low fixed interest rate on your 30 year mortgage you’re all set to go. While this may hold true for many of us out there, there are still a few things to look at before hunkering down. Today Joe shares his checklist of things everyone should consider as interest rates continue to rise:

  • Take a look at all your mortgages
  • HELOC downsides following tax changes
  • Why you should be considering 15 and 20 year fixed mortgages
  • Are you planning to buy or sell? Should you do it now?



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