Archive March 2019
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Why Paying Down Debt Faster is Not Always Better
Now on its face, I have nothing against being debt-free or paying down debt, especially if it is credit card debt. Being debt-free can be psychologically satisfying and allows individuals sleep better at night. What I do take issue with is focusing on debt reduction at the expense of everything else, like savings and investing. In my mind, financial well-being (goal achievement) is more about asset collection, creation, and growth.
The 20 best (and real) work-from-home jobs
Mortgage Terms Explained, From ARMs to Points
Mortgage terms are like most industry terms: confusing as heck if you're not in the biz. If you are like most Americans, you'll need to get a home loan—also known as a mortgage—when you want to buy a home. Paying for a home is a bit more complicated than slapping down a credit card or a pile of cash. OK, a lot more complicated. But that's why we're here—to guide you through those murky financial waters!
In MARCH…………March 10, 2019 (12-3)
72 Black Oak Drive, Felton ……$270,000
202 Lake Cove Lane, Felton …….$325,000
178 Rockwood Drive, Felton……..$285,000
10321 Greentop Rd, Lincoln……..$298,000
659 Sedgewick Drive, Magnolia….$
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In April…………….. Spring in Delaware
Common Plumbing Challenges in Old Buildings
Behind the walls, the infrastructure (e.g., plumbing and electrical) gets difficult to maintain and must eventually be replaced. If you’re planning to buy or live in an older building, you need to be prepared for some or all of the following plumbing challenges.
- Aging, Corroded Pipes
- Sewer Problems
- Piecemeal or Inadequate Repairs
Older plumbing should not necessarily dissuade you from buying an older home. It just pays to be aware of the potential challenges so you can be prepared to deal with them if and when they arise.
35 Real Estate Facts That Will Blow Your Freaking Mind
Delaware high school students test their cooking, management skills
Caesar Rodney High School won first place for the culinary competition, and St. George’s Vocational-Technical School won first place in the management competition.
- Fresh minced chives (optional)
Combine first 7 ingredients in a medium bowl; stir gently.
· Pl Place bread in a food processor; process until coarse crumbs measure 1/2 cup. Combine breadcrumbs and butter in a small bowl.
· AaArrange Oysters on a broiler pan. Spoon about 1 tablespoon crab mixture over each oyster; sprinkle each with about 1 teaspoon breadcrumb mixture. Broil 7 minutes or until tops are browned and oysters are done. Serve with lemon wedges and garnish with chives, if desired.