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Avoid any mortgage company whose sales pitch involves misunderstandings of basic physics

Sometimes, I see something that is too boneheaded to go unchallenged and un-poked-fun-at. (That’s a phrase, right?) It’s related to the post where I talked about the reverse mortgage, and why it’s a terrible idea. It also has to do with stools. And chairs. And basic physics.

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How homeowners can go back into debt, lose their home, and pay for the privilege

I’ve long said that if they are advertising something, you don’t need it. This was one of my very first blog posts from years ago, and I stick by it. Now “need” is different from “want”, of course. You may decide that you want to acquire or experience something that was advertised to you. But it’s … Continue reading »

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