What Is Earnest Money?

Home Buying & Selling

What Is Earnest Money?

Let’s talk about earnest money! When you make an offer on a house, you need to prove you’re serious by making a small deposit (1–5% of the offer price) into an escrow account. Let’s talk about it.

What Is Escrow?

Home Buying & Selling

What Is Escrow?

What is escrow and do you need it? If you’re buying (or selling) a house, you need to know all about escrow. We’ve got the lowdown right here!

What Is a Condo?

Home Buying & Selling

What Is a Condo?

Have you been hearing a lot about condos? They're really popular with first-time home buyers, empty nesters and investors. But what exactly is a condo? Read more to find out.

How to Pay Off Debt

Getting out of Debt

How to Pay Off Debt

When you’ve got mountains of debt staring you in the face, it’s hard not to worry. But you’re not alone. We’ve got everything you need to know about how to pay off debt.

books stacked on a teacher's desk

Self Development

Teachers Are Awesome

There are two kinds of folks that have most impacted my life: Teachers and Pastors. Among both groups there are some that just mail it in every week, and there are certainly some bad eggs in each group. But the real Teachers change the world. The real Teachers can’t leave a child behind. They simply won’t quit on you. They make you do things and learn things you never thought you could. They believe in you, especially when you don’t believe in yourself. They change the trajectory of your life.

Lead Like No One Else

Personal Development

Lead Like No One Else

Matt and Jodie were leading like no one else, coordinating a local Financial Peace University class when they got the surprise of their lives –Rachel Cruze with a check paying off their debt!