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There are many new realities we face in the aftermath of the pandemic and the decisions made by our political leaders. An obvious one is that the pandemic started a migration trend. Americans are moving away from major metro areas and instead are moving to the suburbs or smaller cities.
Just recently, the United States economy survived what could be termed the longest government shutdown in its entire history. To make matters worse, so-called trade tensions between the Chinese and the American government have played a role. The mortgage rate environment is very unpredictable. Now that the government is resuming operations from a shutdown that saw over 800,000 American workers furloughed, experts say the economy is largely unharmed. Interest rates are now expected to be on the rise.
With two major hurricanes largely past and more on the way, it’s very important that you learn all you can about flood insurance. There are a lot of myths out there so we’re going to set the record straight. Even if you are not a good candidate for flood insurance you should, at least, understand your options before deciding. In this piece, we’ll cover what you need to know about flood insurance.
It’s that wonderful time of year when my favorite event takes place—Homearama! Very few people get as excited about this event as I do. Even though it takes place in the middle of Summer and the weather is unbearably hot I absolutely love seeing the latest and greatest in Louisville’s new construction.
I love it when Louisville gets the attention it deserves. Today we’re talking about why Louisville is the Top 10 best cities for homeowners according to Bankrate.com. In their most recent rankings, Louisville came in at #9, and here’s why.