costamesaliving: Brightening Prospects for Buying a Home in Costa Mesa! - 12/20/17 09:37 AM
Because buying a home has long been a hallmark of success in America, whenever that possibility seems to weaken for the average Joe (or Josette), it comes as sobering news. Back in June, CNN Money ran a downbeat story focused on how the rising cost of housing had been “putting a major squeeze” on some Americans. For Costa Mesa readers who took it to heart, that kind of grim analysis could have been enough to cause them to reassess their own prospects.
But now there is evidence that the “squeeze” may be losing its grip.
The CNN story focused on what most experts … (0 comments)

costamesaliving: 5 + 5 Winter and Seasonal Notes for Costa Mesa Households ! - 12/13/17 10:19 AM
Over the weekend, at the same time California’s Santa Ana winds were dealing chaos in the west, the premature arrival of winter weather was pounding the other side of the country compliments of Winter Storm Benji. The unprecedented December snowfall started in New Orleans and worked its way all the way up the East Coast to Maine—all of which made last week’s Consumer Reports’ article unusually timely.
CR happened to have published a heads-up on ways to cope when winter storms interfere with daily routines. Costa Mesa winter weather may not regularly trigger Alaskan-level emergency situations, but it’s still a worthwhile … (0 comments)

costamesaliving: Buying Your Costa Mesa House as Slowly as Possible! - 11/08/17 10:45 AM
The goal of owning your Costa Mesa home free and clear is usually thought of as the sunniest eventual outcome of the process that begins with buying your Costa Mesa house. The vision of the day when you make that last mortgage payment is an attractive one: whether in retirement or sooner, a “free rent” future has great appeal.
So when financial planners argue against the wisdom of paying off your mortgage, it makes for interesting reading. One such planner is Ric Edelman, whose article “11 Great Reasons to Carry a Big, Long Mortgage” presents a laundry list of the possible … (0 comments)

 
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