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Q: We are trying to refinance our home and we think the appraisal value is too low. How can I tell? Read More.
Q: I’m recently retired and thinking of selling my home which I’ve lived in for over 30 years. What’s the first step? Read More.
Q: I am trying to determine the rate of appreciation of a co-op I owned on the Upper West Side (82nd St) from the period 1998 – 2006, and then from 2006-2010. Do you have a resource which I could use as evidence in a divorce matter? Thank you. Read More.
Is having only a business credit card for my husband and myself detrimental to our credit? We would use it for all expenses (personal). I am a sole proprietor. The rewards are far better on the business card than the personal one. Thanks! Business credit cards can be good for personal credit as long as they are reported to the three major credit bureaus (Trans Union, Equifax, & Experian). Some creditors that extend business credit cards do not update them to personal credit unless the card holder defaults. If you do open a business account you should first check with the creditor to make sure the credit card will be reported to your personal credit profile. It would be a good idea to have some regular credit cards as well since having a variety of credit is good for … Read More.