Joan's Blog

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Real Estate Agent - Rogliano Real Estate Group
The information contained in each post has been written to assist all consumers and realtors with the many aspects of a real estate transaction. Joan particularly wants to support individuals moving through the transitions of divorce and widowhood in terms of their financial, emotional and real estate goals.

ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS

2008 

Happy Thanksgiving - Mortgage Rates Plunge Finally, some good news for the mortgage industry! In a move to increase credit availability, the Federal Reserve and Federal Home Loan Banks announced that they would purchase up to $600 billion in Mortgage-Backed Securities (MBS), exciting news that s...
Posted over 5 years ago
 For most couples the family home is the highest valued asset they will have to divide in their divorce. Its division is usually fraught with controversy for varying reasons. It may be difficult to value, is not readily converted to cash, costs a substantial amount of money to maintain and has i...
Posted over 5 years ago
 With all the bad economic news in the headlines lately, you can easily lose perspective on what's really going on in the real estate market. Here is something to keep in mind: The stock market is NOT the housing market. The Stock Market is on a whole different set of tracks and it's been in a h...
Posted over 5 years ago
 Property owners need to be aware of the tax law change that will go into effect January 1, 2009. This new law changes the how one is taxed when they turn a rental property into a primary residence.  Currently, if the property is sold at least 2 years after the date of the original purchase, and ...
Posted over 5 years ago
Here are five common financial mistakes married women make - along with some advice on how to avoid them.1. Mistake: Handing Over the Purse Strings By not engaging in the family finances, women set themselves up for potential hardships. Many women who managed their finances perfectly well while t...
Posted over 5 years ago
 Property owners need to be aware of the tax law change that will go into effect January 1, 2009. This new law changes the how one is taxed when they turn a rental property into a primary residence.Currently, if the property is sold at least 2 years after the date of the original purchase, and i...
Posted over 5 years ago
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A real estate agent for 25 years, Joan is a CRS,GRI,CLHMS, and Certified Real Estate Divorce Specialist.