Portland Mortgage Blog

Will Your Job Loss or Income Loss Damage Your Credit Score?

With the coronavirus pandemic putting people out of work everywhere, it’s likely that you’re worried about what effect it will have on your credit rating.

7 Items to Address One to Two Weeks Before You Move

It’s a couple of weeks before your moving day. What should be on your agenda to take care of during this time period? Read this article to discover seven items you need to address!

10 Plants to Grow in Your Survival Garden

Gardening is a necessary step for anyone who wants to become self-sufficient and reduce the number of visits to the grocery store.

Take Advantage of These Pandemic Financial Resources

There is so much information going around about resources available to people being financially affected. I wanted to do a roundup of what’s available today so you can take advantage if you need.

Remodeling.com’s 2020 Cost vs. Value Report

Not all home improvement projects are a good use of your time and money. Here are the ones that offer the best return on your investment—crucial information if you’re thinking of doing any home renovations this year.

4 Reasons It’s a Good Idea to Refinance Right Now

With rates so low, is now a good time to refinance? Here are 4 reasons why refinancing now may make sense for you.

4 Reasons to Invest in Real Estate This Year

If you’re looking to diversify your investment portfolio this year, then there may be no better place to look than real estate.

7 Tips to Repair and Improve Your Credit Score

Did you know that bad credit could cost consumers more than $200,000 in extra interest in their lifetimes? By utilizing the following guidelines, you can repair an unfavorable credit score and improve financial health.

Where Have All the Starter Homes Gone? The Reasons Behind the Current Affordability Crisis

Here are some of the factors behind the decline in starter homes and some possible solutions to the current affordability crisis.

6 Practical Ways to Whittle Down Your Credit Card Balance

On average, each adult in the US with a credit card is carrying over $5,000 on their cards. If this sounds like you, here are six ways to whittle down that number.

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