Hocking County Real Estate Transfers | news

From 8th to 12th August. Prices listed do not necessarily reflect actual property values. • David L. and Barbara J. Brown, 1581 and 1582, Cardinal Hill Lane, to Kevin P. Brainard, $36,000. • Howard F. Schrader, Sr., 20540 State Route 93, to Brian J. and Melissa A. Burnett, $300,000. • Lee and Kristin M. Lopez, … Read more

Hocking County Real Estate Transfers | news

11-15 July. Prices listed do not necessarily reflect actual property values. • Clarence F. Killingsworth, 20820 Cherry Ridge Road, to BFC Property LLC, $949,000. • Barry N. Hartman, 30860 Logan Horn’s Mill Road, to Timothy L. and Julie A. Bookman, $30,000. • L. Dean and Janet S. Barry, 35906 Hocking Drive, to Jillian R. and … Read more

Real Estate Transfers in Danville from January 1st to June 30th, 2022 | local news

The following are real estate transactions and transfers in Danville from January 1 through June 30, 2022. Betty M. Vargas transferred ownership of Rake Factory Rd. to the Vargas Living Trust. No money changed hands, and the total value of the list was $23,300. Jennifer B. Johnston sold a property on Thaddeus Stevens Road to … Read more

Hocking County Real Estate Transfers | news

June 27th to July 1st. The prices listed do not necessarily reflect the actual property value. • Betty Jean Bergunzi, 410 Timberwolf Trail, to Fred Howard Bergunzi. • Kahla N. Cosper, 18596 Harble–Griffith Road, to Cosper Properties, LLC, to or from a person if money or other valuable and tangible consideration that is easily convertible … Read more

Everything you need to know about how the Fed Rate is affecting your personal finances

Milan_Jovic / iStock.com The Fed recently raised interest rates by the most in 28 years, raising interest rates by 0.75% at the June 15 Federal Open Market Committee meeting. It’s the third of many rate hikes aimed at squelching double-digit inflation in 2022. Live updates: financial trends, financial news and moreDiscover: How does rising interest … Read more

What is the Debt Snowball Method? | debts

When you’re drowning in a pool of mounting debt, figuring out how to get out isn’t always easy. With different interest rates and payment terms, some people lose faith that they can become debt free. But numerous strategies can help you stay on track to cash out your bankroll. Depending on your personality, feeling “quick … Read more

How LGBTQ+ couples manage their finances | family finances

Money disputes are among the most common disagreements between couples. According to the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, nearly seven in 10 Americans who are married or cohabiting have had a disagreement with their partner about finances in the past year. Today’s uncertain financial environment may exacerbate arguments over money for all couples, but … Read more

A summer job: Good for the teenage soul and the wallet | personal finance

Tommy Tindall The investment information provided on this page is for educational purposes only. NerdWallet does not provide advisory or brokerage services, nor does it recommend or advise investors to buy or sell any specific stock, security or other investment. It’s been a tough few years, especially for teenagers. Between the shutdowns and the switch … Read more

How to repair your home after a fire | property

With an estimated average of 346,800 home fires per year, home fires are a common occurrence, according to the National Fire Protection Association. Home fires can cause damage ranging from a few hundred dollars to thousands of dollars, and at worst the home may have to be demolished and rebuilt. However, with the help of … Read more

Are you considering changing jobs? It could harm your 401(k) | personal finance

(Maurie Backman) Social Security probably isn’t paying you enough for a comfortable retirement. To achieve this goal, you need to save on your own. If your employer offers a 401(k) plan, that’s definitely a good place to start. While 401(k)s aren’t perfect, they offer some distinct advantages over IRAs. First, they come with much higher … Read more