Category Archives: Personal Finance

Spring Forward: 4 Fast Ways to Save Time and Money

An hour of sleep might not be the only thing you lose when the clocks spring forward—daylight savings time could cost you money, too. “Researchers have estimated the economic cost of that one lost hour at $434 million per year, … Continue reading

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4 Reasons to Buy A Home This Winter! — Inside My Real Estate Mind

Lots of options for First Time Home buyers.  Get ready this winter and early spring for the home buying season – Fannie Mae – Home Ready or Federal Home Loan Bank’s – First Front Door programs are a really good … Continue reading

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4 Smart Home Equity Moves

by Vince Liuzzi Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer, DNB First If you’re a homeowner, your mailbox is probably piled high with offers to “get the cash you need fast” with a home equity line or loan. It’s easy … Continue reading

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7 Easy Ways to Put Yourself in a Better Home Buying Position

by Vince Liuzzi Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer, DNB First Spring isn’t just the start of baseball season; it’s also the beginning of another big season – the spring home buying season. And just like baseball, the home … Continue reading

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Shedding the Weight of Credit Card Debt

by Vince Liuzzi Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer, DNB First   With spring just around the corner and summer not far behind, many people are focused on getting into shape. While it’s always important to focus on our … Continue reading

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Be Mortgage-Ready in 2016

by Vince Liuzzi Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer, DNB First   It’s that time of year again; the time to think about the goals you’d like to accomplish over the next 12 months. If one of those goals … Continue reading

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