Do You Live In One Of The 5 Boom States?

It’s that old 80/20 Pareto principle again.  It looks like there is good news in some of the housing markets, but it’s very selective. The 5 states listed in this article according to the author and economists have a high likelihood of rebounding in the coming months from the housing melt-down.  Do you live in one of the “boom” states, if so let us know what you see on the ground. The problem, is that these states represent only 20% of the market, and in this case it doesn’t look like that’s going to be good enough to lift the rest of the country out of the current quagmire. “That means the better times in those states won’t do much to lift overall national housing numbers.”  ...

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Are You Ready For The Talk With Your Teen?

No, we’re not talking about that “Talk” but an equally important one that is just as difficult, the talk about financial responsibility. As parents we are responsible for teaching our kids about right and wrong, as well as giving guidance and inspiration on how to become a better person and productive citizen.  If we instill in our children the fundamentals of fiscal responsibility and how to prosper from a young age we can help save our children from myriad “hard knocks” that we may have learned from our own lives. In this article from the Wall Street Journal, you are given a great starting point on how to address this subject with your teen and set them on a path to a better future. “these five moves will help you and your teen bond — and help you build your finances in 2011.”...

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2001, 2011 What’s The Difference?

Turns out if you’re talking about the number of jobs, not much. This news is terrible, and gets even worse.  Although the number of jobs is the same, the number of people competing for those jobs is significantly greater. Turns out it really was a lost decade. “The number of jobs in the U.S. economy today is about the same as 10 years ago.” Read more of the economic data showing the impact of the lost decade...

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Looking For A Job? 2011 May Be Your Year.

Woo-hoo, looks like there may be some good news for job-seekers in 2011. A recent survey of firms show that they expect to hire at least 20% more employees in 2011 than in 2010. “Almost one-quarter of employers — 24% — said they plan to hire full-time, permanent workers in 2011. That compares with 20% this year, and 14% in 2009. . .” Read more on the potential good-news for 2011...

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Foreclosures at 3 Million in 2010. What will 2011 Bring?

Foreclosure proceedings, which includes actual reposessions as well as the initial stages of the foreclosure proceedings hit a record 2.9 Million in 2010.  Towards the end of the year, as the proverbial stuff hit the fan at the banks and servicers, the pace slowed. As we enter 2011 however, it appears that the banks and servicers are again picking up the pace, and the possibility of this year breaking that record is a definite possibility.  But it appears that there may be some relief, as many states have put additional safeguards in place. “Whether it’ll go back to the torrid pace of the past is unclear. Some states have recently added speed bumps. “ To read more on whether foreclosures will break the 2010 pace click...

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