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2024 Housing Market Trends and Common First-Time Homebuyer Blunders | Ep. 307
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In this episode of Money Talk with Tiff, host Tiffany Grant sits down with special guest Dave Ball from House Rich. They dive into the 2024 housing market and the top mistakes that homebuyers make.

Dave sheds light on the uncertainty of future interest rates and the impact on the housing market. He emphasizes the importance of budgeting before embarking on the home-buying process and outlines the significance of interviewing realtors and lenders.

Tune in to gain valuable insights and tips, and find out how to connect with Dave for more expert advice.

About Our Guest

David is a Navy veteran and graduated from the US Naval Academy with a degree in Econ. He also has seven years of experience in the mortgage industry as a loan officer and underwriter. He saw a lack of accurate and detailed home buyer education online and decided to fill the void through his platform @coinsnculture. His goal is to break down the sometimes-complicated mortgage process into layman's terms and help people buy their 1st home strategically.

David also hosts House Rich: The Real Estate Show on YouTube and all podcast platforms. There he breaks down a mortgage topic weekly and also interviews a subject matter expert in various aspects of real estate.

Connect with Dave

Website: https://www.houserichshow.com/

Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fthbschool

Instagram: @houserichdave

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Timestamps

[00:00] Rates likely to drop to around 6%.

[04:46] Market timing is impossible, refinancing is an option.

[10:04] Tips for finding affordable homes and property taxes.

[10:45] Calculate monthly payment based on property cost.

[16:07] Larger lenders have community perks and grants.

[18:37] Podcast on home buying guidelines and mortgage.

Key Themes

  • 2024 housing market trends
  • Interest rates and inflation impact
  • Budgeting for a home purchase
  • The importance of interviewing realtors and lenders
  • Understanding real estate markets within markets
  • First-time homebuyer mistakes
  • Where to find more home-buying tips

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It. You know what it is. That's right. It's time to talk money

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with your money nerd and financial coach. Now, tighten those

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purse strings and open those ears. It's the money talk with TIFF

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podcast. Hello. I

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am so excited because I have Dave ball on the line from house Rich.

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Dave. And I have Dave on to talk about, first of all,

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the 2024 housing market and what, what that's looking

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like, and then also the top two mistakes that homebuyers

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make in the process. So. Hey, Dave, how are you? Hey, good morning. Good morning.

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Thanks for having me on your platform. Yeah, no problem. Honored to have you

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here. So let's just hop right in for the audience. When we're looking at

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2024, what are the trends? Or what is the

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market doing? So the big answer to that

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one is no one exactly knows. Like, not the definitive answer

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I think anybody was looking for, but that is the actual answer. So, actually, this

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morning I was researching this topic because I figured it was going to come up.

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And I want to read you a few hitlines. It says, fed will hold rates

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until July. That's from one source. Feds are likely to cut rates in

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2024. Another hitline, feds cut interest rates as early as the first half of

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2024. Fed likely to cut rates four times of 2024.

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Here's when the Fed will cut rates. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. So

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depending on who you ask, you'll get a different answer.

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But I think what folks need to look at is kind of like their own

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goals and kind of work from there for a little bit of perspective. Like, when

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I got into the real estate industry in

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2017, like, a normal rate was

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5%. During COVID

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the Fed cut the benchmark rate,

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which is the cost for banks to borrow money. And so they cut that rate

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down to, like, zero point 25%. Usually it hangs around about

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2.5%. That's why rates were, like, super low in the early

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2020, 2021, and the housing market kind

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of went out of control. Home price went up like 43%

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at one point. What that caused was inflation, which hit

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like 9.1%, like in June

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2022. And so since then, as we've seen, the

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Fed has been increasing that benchmark rate in

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order to combat inflation. So what the Fed cares about as far as interest

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rates is cutting inflation. And so we were at 9.1. I

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think right now we're somewhere between, like, three and 3.8%. But the goal

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is to get it down to 2%. And the reason I talk about that is

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because the Fed doesn't really care about the housing market. They

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don't care about interest rates. Their goal is to combat inflation. The housing

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market is just unfortunately a casualty of that.

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And so from what I've seen that the people from the

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Fed have actually said, like Jerome Powells and other people that are part of the

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Federal Reserve have said that they're just going to follow the data. And

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so they'll make a game time decision, like every time they meet,

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typically once every two months. So they'll look at the data at that present time

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and say, hey, we will keep rates steady. We will cut rates based on what

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the data says. We're not going to make any predictions in December

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and January and February on what's going to happen in June,

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July and August. But most likely from what I've

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seen and based on the trends that are going and inflation being kind

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of going downwards, that most likely, worst case scenario is that they're hold rates.

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And so rates right now are like in the 7% threshold. All the

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information I've seen from reliable sources like Fannie Mae,

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I've seen Morgan Stanley, it says that rates will, unfortunately for some, being

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like the 6% threshold, probably at the lowest throughout the course

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of 20 to 24. So I think where folks are looking at the housing market,

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we need to normalize like 5%, 6%. Rates

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are just the new norm. And I say the new norm, but they're kind of

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honestly the norm norm because as I mentioned, like back in 2017,

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rates were 5% when I got into the industry and nobody was freaking out

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about that. Folks kind of are freaking out now because rates used to be two

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and 3%. But yeah, the housing

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market, there's no signs of a crash. The housing market inventory

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is super low. Depending on where you read. We're like somewhere between

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1.5 million and 6.5 million houses

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short. So if you just go back to basic econ 101, the

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supply is super low, even though the demand is a little bit low

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due to rates. So housing market

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2024 rates may go down, but there's still going

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to be a demand. So there's no data that

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supports any sort of housing market crash that I think some

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folks are waiting on in order to buy their first property.

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So to me, just focus on your budget, and if you're ready mentally

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and financially, I would jump into the market because there's never a perfect time

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to buy a home. Yes, I'm so glad you

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said that because I tell people all the time, you cannot time a market. I

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don't care what market it is, it's impossible.

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And I jumped in in 2017 as well. And one thing

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I did do during the pandemic was I refinanced. So I was

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able to get that good rate. So that's also an option

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later on down the road, if they ever go back down

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to where they were, you can always refinance. So I

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wouldn't let that hold you back. Another thing, to your point

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about the inventory, actually, and I was

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not thinking about this interview when I did it, but yesterday,

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I just looked up how many houses were available in my area,

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and it was like 40. And I was like, oh, wow, in the whole

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city. So, yeah, to your point, it's definitely a very

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strong market for both sellers and

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buyers. It'll probably be competitive, but you can get a

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house if you want a house. Yeah, sorry, one

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more tidbit. And I think what folks, a lot of folks don't realize

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unless you're actually in the business, there's markets within the

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market. So even in your local market, like, I'll give an example

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here. I'm in the Dallas market. So

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the market, like, between $300,000 and

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$200,000. That market will never crash. That market is always

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on fire. Rates could go to 10%, and that market would

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still be out of control. Earlier this year,

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I helped somebody buy a home that was $200,000 here in

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Dallas. We looked for like four months, and we put in

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offers of homes that had 44 offers, 19 offers, 16

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offers, 17 offers. And this is back when rates were like, at the high high,

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almost close to 8%. So even in your local market,

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their markets within market, and whatever the bottom of your local market is,

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that market will never crash because home prices continue to go up, but

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wages don't. And so folks are always fighting at the bottom of that

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market just kind of fy, depending on what price bracket you may be looking

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in. Yeah, that's a really good point. And another thing,

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too, because I thought about selling my house a couple of

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years ago, actually. Was it 2022? Last year? I

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thought about selling my house, and when a realtor looked

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up comparatives and things like that, I would have been the

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only single story house available

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in the whole city. And I was like, whoa.

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So to your point, with the markets within the

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markets, depending on what people are looking for, it could be

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favorable for you. So now that we've talked about

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trends and what's coming up next, now let's get

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into the mistakes that some first time home buyers

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make. And so what is one top mistake that they

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make. So I think the biggest mistake I see first time home

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buyers, and honestly, sometimes second time home buyers is

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not knowing how to budget for a home. So I'm a realtor now, but I

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used to be a lender. Sometimes folks, I used to work at a bank. Sometimes

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folks are coming to the bank. Sometimes folks apply online for

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a home. When they apply online, they say, hey, I want to qualify for

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a $400,000 home or whatever it is. And so I do

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the pre call for them online, then I give them a call. If they're

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approved or it didn't work, I will give them a call either way. And then

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at some point in the conversation, I would just ask them. I'd be like, okay,

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yeah, you're pre approved for $400,000.

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Just curious, what do you think the monthly payment is on this property? And

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it was always crickets in person. Kanye, shrug. Like, folks

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never knew what that payment was. And so here's the

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issue with that is always tell folks, start with a monthly Payment

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in mind and work your way back from the home price. Because when you start

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with the home price, you're going to talk yourself into whatever

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that number is. Because what happens is when you're looking at $400,000

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homes on Zillow, now, you're looking at, there's

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this nice restaurant down the street. Look at this school district, look at the pool,

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look at what I can get for $400,000. You've already mentally moved

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into that neighborhood. And so what happens is when I tell

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you, hey, that payment is $3,300, but your budget was

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$2,500. You're just like, hey, it's only $800.

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I'll probably get a raise next year.

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I can do DoorDash on the week. You talk to yourself. You just convince

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yourself about all this stuff that you'll never do to

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the side hustle and stuff like that, you basically end up

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blowing your budget. And that's where I hear about folks that are

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often like, house poor. It's just like, hey, I spent way too much on this

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home. And my initial thought is always, I'm pretty sure this person started with the

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home price of mine and not the budget. So that's what I suggest

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to everybody. Start with a budget and work your way

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backwards to the home price. And this is just a quick way on how to

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do it. Let's say your budget is, you want a

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$2,000 monthly payment, just go to Google

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and type in the word like mortgage calculator. And a mortgage calculator will come

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up on Google and then start putting in loan amounts that get you

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to about 60, 70% of

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$2,000. And so let's say you

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put an amount of like $200,000, interesting enough, and they get you like a

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$1,200 monthly payment, 60% of

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2000. And then now you just got to go to Zillow or

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wherever you go to realtor.com and start looking at

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$200,000 homes in the area you want to look at. You'll find one of

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two things. You'll find that there are no $200,000 homes in the areas you want

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to look at. So you got to kind of make a decision there. Or you

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may find like, hey, okay, I can kind of work with these homes, these

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$200,000 homes in my area. It may not be my dream Home or

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my ideal home, but hey, I can kind of work with this and then just

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go to click on a couple of homes. And then now you can look at

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and find out what the property taxes are on those homes. So now you have

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a principal and interest payment and you have the property taxes. It's going to give

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you the yearly amount. Just divide by twelve. Insurance is a little bit harder to

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figure out, but you want to just use whatever number zillow has. I say

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that and just add up those three numbers, your principal and interest payment that you

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got from the Google calculator, your taxes, and then add up

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your insurance. And it may be above, it may be under

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$200,000, but you can kind of finagle those numbers

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in order to find out a monthly payment that's kind of within your

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budget. And I say when you work backwards that way, it may not be

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like the price range you want it in, but that's the price range

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you can afford. And so that gives you folks

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a better starting point for the home search. Because like I said, once you start

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with the price in mind, you're going to talk yourself into whatever that

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budget is. And I know that with like 100% certainty because pretty

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much it's rarely that someone balks

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when I tell them what the price is, even though it's well above their budget

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a lot of times because I can see like their debt to income ratio, which

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is very high usually. But it's not my call to

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tell folks what they can and can't afford. Right. And

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I love that you bring that up, having your budget in mind first,

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how much you actually want to spend first. And I see this translating

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well to cars as well.

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And having people have what is going to be

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that monthly payment and then working your way from there. I love

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that advice. So now that they have that out the way,

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what is another mistake that they could be making first time home

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buying? So one of the other big ones is not actually

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interviewing your realtor or your lender. It's the biggest

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financial decision that most people will make. And I always find

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it od that folks rarely interview

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my platform. I always say, hey, interview your realtor.

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Interview your realtor. Interview your realtor. I've actually not had a single person, maybe

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because I put out a lot of content online so folks feel they don't be.

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But I've not had a single person ever interview me. And I'm like, oh, how'd

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you find me? Social media, how'd you find me? I found you on YouTube and

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I was like, oh, did you watch the, the videos about this and that? Yeah.

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I was like, okay, well, I'm not going to tell you to interview me. Maybe

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folks, they feel like they know me because I just put out so much content.

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But yeah, interview your realtor. Because some basic

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questions you should ask your realtor is just a basic how long have you been

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in the business? And I always say there's no right or wrong answer to that

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question. The person that's super new may be super hungry and

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ready to go in above and beyond. I know when I was super

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new in the industry, I would drive anywhere.

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Somebody told me I'd drive an hour to show them one house. I would

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do all this stuff now, and I'm a little bit more. I value my time

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a little bit more. I'll just say, like, we need a plan before we start

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driving everywhere throughout Dallas to find home. But interview them, figure out how long

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they've been in the business, figure out what areas they actually specialize in. Because a

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realtor will tell you pretty much, I'll tell you, they can go anywhere as

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long as their car can drive that far, which is cool. Sometimes.

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Like, the first home I ever sold was in Fort Worth, Texas. I'd only been

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to Fort Worth, Texas, two times in my entire seven years in Dallas.

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But I was like, hey, man, I'm going to find you home in Fort Worth

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because this is my first client. Like, it worked out for that client.

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But honestly, I probably was not the best realtor for him because I didn't

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know the intricacies of the Dallas Fort Worth market. But hey,

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everything worked out because I did a lot of research on my end. I would

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say, also ask them what price ranges they work in. Once again,

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no right or wrong answer, but if someone's working

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typically, like, in maybe a $300 to $400,000 price

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range, they may not be the person to help you with that million dollar

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listing, and vice versa. If somebody is just like, hey, I'm doing million

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dollar homes, you may not get the same attention if you're looking, like, in the

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200 $300,000 price range. So definitely interview your realtor. And

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I would also say, same thing with your lender back when I was a lender.

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So some questions you should ask your lender are one, just a basic one. How

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long, what hours do you work? Because some lenders, believe it or

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not, they're just like, hey, I work nine to five. That is what it is,

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Monday through Friday, which is their prerogative. But if you need help on the weekend,

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they're probably not the lender for you. I would say, like, what loan

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programs they actually work with. I'll give the example.

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When I was a lender, I never ever did a USDA loan in my four

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years as a mortgage lender, but I would not tell anybody that

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unless they specifically asked me. So if somebody was looking at a

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USDA loan, I'd be like, yeah, I can help you out with that,

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but I probably would have fumbled my way through the process because I had no

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idea what I was doing. And that's a complicated loan. But if someone specifically asked

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me, like, hey, how many USCA loans have you done? I would have told them

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zero. And so I'd be, you know, I'll probably need

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some help from my manager if there's some struggles here. But yeah, ask them what

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loan programs they actually specialize in. And also, if you're looking for

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down payment assistance, ask them specifically

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what down payment assistance programs are you

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the customer eligible for, not which ones they have. Because those

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are two different answers because lenders have to actually qualify

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in order to give out certain down payment assistance programs. Ask them which ones

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you are eligible for because that may not be a fit

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one quick tip or hack. Typically

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like your larger lenders. I know folks are sometimes scared of big banks, but

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typically, like, larger lenders will have something as part of their community

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reinvestment act, which if you're

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purchasing a minority neighborhood or maybe a lower

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income neighborhood, they have big perks or

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big grants and stuff that they can give you. Like, I know lenders that have

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like $5,000, $10,000, $15,000 grants

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literally just for buying in a certain neighborhood. So make sure you're actually

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interviewing your realtor and lender, because, Jessica, you may say, hey, my

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friend recommended them to me. I don't need to interview them. But I always say,

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like, your friend probably has friends that you're not friends with, right? So

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they just may not be the right fit for you. Just make sure you're

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interviewing at least one or two realtors and

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lenders. I think another mistake that first time home

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buyers don't make because I always hear folks say, hey, my realtor sucked or my

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lender sucked. I'm like, well, what was the conversation before you guys

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embarked on this home ownership journey? It probably was none.

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Yes. And I can definitely attest to that. When I

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bought my house, I didn't interview anybody. I just went off of my friend's

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recommendation because she was going through the whole process. Now, granted, I lucked

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up. I had a bomb team, and I'm so grateful for them

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still to keep in touch. But I could totally see how that could have went

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south. And I didn't know anything about the process. And so they could

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have easily gotten over on me if they wanted to. Luckily, they

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didn't. But it could have been a possibility.

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And I say that not even from like a get over you aspect, but just

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sometimes you just have different needs. Let's say your friend could

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have had maybe some credit challenge, or maybe, let's say your friend had no credit

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challenges, right? They had an 850 credit score somehow, and maybe not

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you, but just a listener. Somebody had credit challenges. Well, maybe you needed a lender

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that was a little bit more judicial when it came to helping you with

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credit or things like that. So just something simple like that is why I

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say always interview somebody. Because just because your friend

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scenario may not necessarily be your scenario. Like, no matter how

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great they were with your friends, right?

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Yeah, I think those are great tips for the audience if

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they're looking to buy a house, whether it's first time, second time, third

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time, what have you, I feel like those tips are definitely

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applicable. So, Dave, if people are interested in learning

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more about you, more about these tips or anything that you

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have going on, where could they find you? Yeah. So since

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you're listening on a podcast platform, you can check me out.

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I have a podcast and YouTube channel by the same name, house

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Rich, the first time home buyer show. So every week I break down some sort

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of home buying news topic because a lot of times you see hyperbolic

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hit lines and I break those down from a factual standpoint and also just break

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down mortgage guidelines in layman terms. So right now I'm breaking out

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my 2024 home buying guidelines. So those would be like my next six

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episodes. I'm breaking down like the FHA loan program, conventional,

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Naca, Va, USDA, et cetera. So if you want to get

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some details on that, you can check me out there. If you're on social media

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and looking for some short form content, you can check me out at

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Houserich, Dave on IG

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or TikTok. So I put out information there. Same thing, but

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just in those 60 32nd slots. If

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you're in Dallas, feel free to reach out to me if you're looking to

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purchase a home so you can just dm me directly for that.

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Got you. Well, thank you so much. And I'll make sure I have all of

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those links in the show notes, so don't worry if you didn't get it. Check

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those out and you can get in contact with Dave. So thank you so much

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for coming on the show this morning. Oh, what's good? I appreciate you having me.

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Thanks for inviting me on the platform. My pleasure.

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Bye. Adios.

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Thank you for listening, joining, and being a part of the Money talk with TIFF

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podcast this week. You can check Tiff out every Thursday for a new

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Money talk podcast, but if you just can't wait until next week, you

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can listen to previous podcast

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moneytalkwitht. Until next time, spend wise

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by spending less than you make a word to the moneywise is

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always sufficient.

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300. A Special 300th Episode Featuring Messages from YOU | Ep. 300
00:13:37
299. Byron Wolfe on Working Smarter, Not Harder for Small Businesses | Ep. 299
00:24:53
298. Navigating a Mountain of Credit Card Debt: Tips for Debt Management and Recovery | Ep. 298
00:15:26
297. From Essentials to Aspirations: Budgeting for Business Success | Ep. 297
00:18:16
296. Breaking Free from Financial Shame and Guilt | Ep. 296
00:11:59
295. Coast FI Explained: The Smooth Journey to Retire | Ep. 295
00:15:14
294. Free Money Alert! How to Find and Claim Unclaimed Money | Ep. 294
00:10:38
293. Tax Prep Red Flags: Don't Get Audited! | Ep. 293
00:20:52
292. The Ultimate Guide to Understanding and Utilizing Your 401K | Ep. 292
00:14:13
291. Can Economic Freedom After Incarceration Be Achieved? Insights from Victor Vincent | Ep. 291
00:23:05
290. New Year, New Money Moves: Tiffany's Financial Reset | Ep. 290
00:12:03
289. From the Felt to the Boardroom: How Poker Skills Can Boost Your Career Success | Ep. 289
00:19:42
288. How to Break Into the Exciting World of Travel Writing: Insider Secrets from Sarah Gilliland | Ep. 288
00:25:16
287. 3 Most Common Types of Healthcare Fraud with Angel Cellucci | Ep. 287
00:29:14
286. From Futon to Fortune: A Millionaire's Journey with Steven Stack | Ep. 286
00:23:26
285. From Facebook Employee to Successful Entrepreneur: An Inspiring Story by Damien Peters | Ep. 285
00:18:34
284. Start 2024 Right - Take Control of Your Finances With Tiffany's Year End Financial Checklist | Ep. 284
00:10:54
283. Your Journey to Financial Freedom with Jamila Souffrant | Ep. 283
00:18:36
282. Overcome Difficult Conversations with Your Family - Learn About the Power of Writing a Love Letter | Ep. 282
00:16:24
281. How to Make Gratitude a Part of Your Daily Routine | Ep. 281
00:13:18
280. Unmarried Couple Living Together? Here's What You Should Have - A Cohabitation Agreement! | Ep. 280
00:28:30
279. Staying On Track Financially This Holiday Season | Ep. 279
00:14:00
278. Unpacking The History of Black Taxation in the US | Ep. 278
00:28:03
277. How to Plan Ahead for Your Exit & Protect Your Business Value | Ep. 277
00:09:50
276. Closing the Gender Pay Gap - Strategies for Women to Take Control of Their Career | Ep. 276
00:21:26
275. Why You Shouldn't Rush Into Full-Time Entrepreneurship | Ep. 275
00:14:00
274. From Numbers to Narratives: Pete McPherson's Leap from Corporate Ladder to Blogging Stardom | Ep. 274
00:22:02
273. Inside The Black Bourbon Guy's Journey to Becoming a Restaurant & Bar Consultant | Ep. 273
00:16:44
272. Budgeting for an Unpredictable Paycheck - Here's How To Make It Work | Ep. 272
00:12:33
271. What Is A CFA? Understanding Chartered Financial Analysts And How They Help | Ep. 271
00:23:48
270. How To Create Unstoppable Sales Results With Lisa Smith | Ep. 270
00:23:56
269. Increase Your Corporate IQ with Tangil Johnson | Ep. 269
00:21:32
268. Learn The TRUTH About Reverse Mortgages with Todd Christensen | Ep. 268
00:25:32
267. Protect Your Business! How to Navigate Legal Landmines in Entrepreneurship | Ep. 267
00:21:18
266. How To Recognize and Avoid Charity Scams | Ep. 266
00:14:40
265. Tax Planning vs Preparation - What You Need To Know Before The End Of The Year | Ep. 265
00:15:14
264. Introduction to Options Trading: Unpacking the Basics with Jason Brown | Ep. 264
00:21:14
263. How to Get Higher Returns with Real Estate Syndication | Ep. 263
00:18:24
262. Planning For Short-Term Goals Without Sacrificing Long-Term Savings | Ep. 262
00:14:08
261. Learn the Ins and Outs of Contracting with Lata Hamilton | Ep. 261
00:20:24
260. Can't Pay Your Mortgage? A Guide to Dealing With Mortgage Crisis | Ep. 260
00:14:37
259. How Kudosy Is Revolutionizing Kids' Financial Education | Ep. 259
00:16:09
258. Is the Biden Administration’s SAVE Plan Right for YOU? – Learn More Now | Ep. 258
00:09:11
257. Building Wealth with Financial Flexibility | Ep. 257
00:21:47
256. Don't Fall Victim to Lifestyle Creep | Ep. 256
00:12:13
255. Becoming a Certified Financial Education Instructor with Vince Shorb | Ep. 255
00:21:32
254. Transform Your Credit Score With These Easy Steps | Ep. 254
00:12:17
253. What Job Market Trends Are Forging Our Future? | Ep. 253
00:16:41
252. How To Put On A Theatrical Production on a Budget | Ep. 252
00:23:47
251. I Switched Careers & So Can You! Here's How! | Ep. 251
00:13:12
250. How To Make Money With eBay - Expert Interview with Jason Butler | Ep. 250
00:18:35
249. Negotiation 101: How to Negotiate Like a Pro | Ep. 249
00:16:08
248. Automating Your Finances - Expert Tips From Darius Smith | Ep. 248
00:18:23
247. Investing 101: What Are The Tax Implications Of Different Investment Types? | Ep. 247
00:10:37
246. Conducting Podcast Research: How To Tap Into Your Audience With Larry Rosin From Edison Research | Ep. 246
00:20:40
245. Conquer Your To-Do List With Tiff's Productivity Tips | Ep. 245
00:12:34
244. Making Sense of Cryptocurrency, CBDCs, FedNow & More | Ep. 244
00:24:10
243. Supreme Court Rules Out Federal Student Loan Cancellation: What You Need To Know | Ep. 243
00:14:17
242. Tips For Managing Your Medical Bills When You Have a Chronic Illness | Ep. 242
00:21:43
241. Boost Your Career with Personal Branding: What You Need to Know! | Ep. 241
00:11:02
240. Everything You Need To Know About Prenups (And Why You Should Get One) | Ep. 240
00:19:41
239. What Should You Do First: Pay Off Debt OR Invest? | Ep. 239
00:11:11
238. Stress-Free Student Loans: Everything You Need to Know to Manage Your Debt | Ep. 238
00:21:27
237. Don't Wait Too Long: When It's Time to Get Help From a Financial Counselor | Ep. 237
00:11:13
236. What It Takes To Build True Wealth - An Interview with Jonathan Thomas | Ep. 236
00:18:08
235. How To Make More Money In Your Career - Tried and True Strategies For Success | Ep. 235
00:17:33
234. Financial Literacy in High Schools with Yanely Espinal | Ep. 234
00:19:27
233. You Can Do It! Here's How To Successfully Set Up Your Business | Ep. 233
00:10:18
232. Outsmarting Inflation: Tips and Techniques for Surviving High Prices | Ep. 232
00:20:28
231. Shopping for Home Insurance: What You Need to Know Before You Buy | Ep. 231
00:09:59
230. ABCs of Teaching Little Kids About Money with Sammy Rabbit | Ep. 230
00:21:29
229. Overcome Financial Barriers: How To Handle Banking When You Can’t Open An Account | Ep. 229
00:09:36
228. Dr. Virgie Bright Ellington Demystifies Medical Bills | Ep. 228
00:22:56
227. Mastering Business Budgeting - The Ultimate Guide to Having Money in the Bank | Ep. 227
00:22:11
226. The BEST Advice For Teaching Kids About Money | Ep. 226
00:23:41
225. Small Business Accounting Don'ts: How To Steer Clear Of Costly Mistakes | Ep. 225
00:17:45
224. 3 Surprising Strategies to Monetize Your Podcast - Hear It From Patrick Hill at Disctopia! | Ep. 224
00:16:49
223. Passive Income Ideas That Actually Worked For Me | Ep. 223
00:12:21
222. Building Wealth From The Inside Out With Dr. Michael Thomas | Ep. 222
00:26:12
221. What You're Getting WRONG About Grants For Small Businesses... | Ep. 221
00:08:24
220. How To Implement Effective Self Care Into Your Life with Unique Figueroa | Ep. 220
00:23:25
219. What Are Estimated Taxes? | Ep. 219
00:09:20
218. The Infinite Banking Concept With Brandon Neely | Ep. 218
00:19:19
217. How Much Does Your Credit Score Matter? | Ep. 217
00:06:13
216. Talking About Money: 6 Tips For Keeping The Conversation Open | Ep. 216
00:08:04
215. How I Overcame Financial Hurdles As A Single Mom With Nia Adams | Ep. 215
00:19:49
214. The Best Way to Figure Out How Much to Save for Retirement | Ep. 214
00:10:33
213. 4 Components of Financial Wellness with Steven M. Hughes | Ep. 213
00:21:54
212. What Documents Do I Need For Estate Planning? | Ep 212
00:16:10
211. The Impacts of Money on Every Area of Our Lives with Sammy Warrayat | Ep. 211
00:18:36
210. What is Net Worth and Why Does it Matter? | Ep. 210
00:05:19
209. How To Make Money Blogging With Chris Myles | Ep. 209
00:19:07
208. How Often Do You REALLY Need To Review Your Budget?! | Ep. 208
00:05:31
207. How To Create A Profitable Business - Expert Tips From Rocky Lalvani | Ep. 207
00:22:00
206. My Most Influential Tip for Getting Ahead in Your Money | Ep. 206
00:09:34
205. Roundtable: Couples And Money - How Do You Make It Work? | Ep. 205
01:02:43
204. The Winning Playbook: An Interview With Former Pro Football Player Jonathan Scott | Ep. 204
00:19:30
203. Why The Envelope Method Of Budgeting Works So Well | Ep. 203
00:07:22
202. How To Market Your Small Business Like A Pro With Tim Fitzpatrick | Ep. 202
00:20:33
201. The Joys of Having Blow Money in Your Budget | Ep. 201
00:07:12
200. Can Technology Erase Inherent Bias in Banking? | Ep. 200
00:59:37
199. Anthony Weaver's Top Tips For Creating Good Habits | Ep. 199
00:17:44
198. How To Stick To Your Goals When You Don’t Feel Like It | Ep. 198
00:11:07
197. Markia Brown: How To Improve Your Credit Score Fast | Ep. 197
00:19:29
196. Goal Implementation: How to Actually Accomplish Your Goals | Ep. 196
00:07:08
195. Our Favorite Martin Luther King Jr Quotes! | Ep. 195
01:02:47
194. Don't Let Poor Financial Management Derail Your Business - Insights from Paul Halme | Ep. 194
00:15:24
193. The Most Effective Way to Tackle Your Financial Goals | Ep. 193
00:08:10
192. Podcast Roundtable: What Does A Low Unemployment Rate Mean For You? | Ep. 192
01:08:23
191. How Ericka Young Is Helping Employees With Their Finances | Ep. 191
00:19:33
190. Tiffany's Take: Smart Goals | Ep. 190
00:09:15
189. Twitter Spaces Replay 12/19 | Ep. 189
01:13:01
188. Spending Personalities with Todd Christensen | Ep. 188
00:17:41
187. Tiffany's Take: Goal Setting | Ep. 187
00:07:17
186. Twitter Spaces Replay 12/26 | Ep. 186
01:00:52
185. Making a Millionaire with Nicky Billou | Ep. 185
00:17:15
184. Tiffany's Take: Fraud Tips | Ep. 184
00:07:49
183. Twitter Spaces Replay 12/12 | Ep. 183
01:10:00
182. Podcast Production with Girish Bali | Ep. 182
00:18:08
181. Tiffany's Take: Your Relationship with Money And How To Change It | Ep. 181
00:07:35
180. Brand Monetization with Michelle Jackson | Ep. 180
00:21:08
179. Tiffany's Take: Is There Such Thing as Too Much Debt? | Ep. 179
00:06:01
178. Twitter Spaces Replay 12/5 | Ep. 178
01:13:39
177. Sales 101 with Joseph Rockey | Ep. 177
00:18:07
176. Tiffany's Take: How Much Should My Emergency Fund Be? | Ep. 176
00:07:04
175. Social Security Disability with Spencer Bishins | Ep. 175
00:29:56
174. Tiffany's Take Rewind: What is Home Title Fraud? | Ep. 174
00:06:38
173. Twitter Spaces Replay 11/21 | Ep. 173
01:01:46
172. Finance Friday Live Replay 11/18 | Ep. 172
00:22:44
171. FinTech 101 with Tristan Pelloux | Ep. 171
00:14:51
170. Tiffany's Take: How Do I Save for Children's Education? | Ep. 170
00:08:25
169. Twitter Spaces Replay 11/14 | Ep. 169
00:58:08
168. Navigating The Tech Layoffs, Election Results, And Open Enrollment: What You Need To Know | Ep. 168
00:19:41
167. Retail Business Ownership with Alvin Narsey | Ep. 167
00:15:38
166. Tiffany's Take: What is Debt-to-Income Ratio? | Ep. 166
00:06:15
165. Twitter Spaces Replay 11/7/22 | Ep. 165
01:05:23
164. Finance Friday Live Replay 11/4 | Ep. 164
00:14:31
163. Changing Your Money Situation with Tami Jaffe | Ep. 163
00:14:34
162. Tiffany's Take: What Should I Prioritize? | Ep. 162
00:06:58
161. Twitter Spaces Replay 10/31 | Ep. 161
01:12:44
160. Credit Scores, Income Taxation, & Elon Musk: Unpacking The Latest Irs Inflation Increases & Twitter Drama | Ep. 160
00:18:02
159. Entrepreneurship and Generational Wealth with Russell Fugett | Ep. 159
00:20:54
158. Tiffany's Take: How To Stay Focused | Ep. 158
00:04:10
157. Twitter Spaces Replay 10/24/22 | Ep. 157
00:53:31
156. Cybersecurity, Student Loan Forgiveness And What We Can Learn From The Equifax Firing Event | Ep. 156
00:17:49
155. Wealth Creation with Brighton Gbarazia | Ep. 155
00:20:58
154. Tiffany's Take: Budget Implementation | Ep. 154
00:04:21
153. Twitter Spaces Replay 10/17/22 | Ep. 153
00:58:05
152. Everything You Need to Know About Student Loan Forgiveness Updates, IRS Dates, & More | Ep. 152
00:17:30
151. Spend Wisely with Scott LaPierre | Ep. 151
00:19:52
150. Tiffany's Take: Make a Change | Ep. 150
00:21:25
149. Twitter Spaces Replay 10/10 | Ep. 149
01:16:12
148. bonus Student Loan Forgiveness Update, New Jobs Report, and Car-Buying Tips: Key Developments to Help You Make the Best Financial Decisions for Your Future | Ep. 148
00:31:27
147. Controlling Your Destiny with Jonathan Green | Ep. 147
00:14:18
146. Tiffany's Take: Opportunity Knocks with Rahkim Sabree & Patrice Washington | Ep. 146
00:22:30
145. Twitter Spaces Replay 10/3/22 | Ep. 145
02:12:08
144. The Great Resignation with Ashlee Marie | Ep. 144
00:26:53
143. Tiffany's Take: How Do I Freeze My Credit Report? | Ep. 143
00:07:38
142. Building Your Brand with Tracy Lamourie | Ep. 142
00:20:20
141. Your Credit Card Guide: How to Pick the Best Card for Your Financial Needs | Ep. 141
00:08:22
140. Up The Gains with Sammy Ellard King | Ep. 140
00:14:10
139. Tiffany's Take: Student Loan Forgiveness | Ep. 139
00:30:22
138. The Divorce Money Guide with Tracy Coenen | Ep. 138
00:14:45
137. Tiffany's Take: What is the Premise Behind the Podcast? | Ep. 137
00:06:09
136. Frugal Living with Jim Markus | Ep. 136
00:22:11
135. Tiffany's Take: Dealing with Fraudulent Credit Card Charges | Ep. 135
00:07:22
134. bonus Bonus Episode: Finance Friday Live 9/2/22 | Ep. 134
00:22:02
133. How to Make Money Podcasting with Kevin Palmieri | Ep. 133
00:16:57
132. MasterTalk with Brenden Kumarasamy | Ep. 132
00:19:01
131. Saving Money on Taxes with Lance Belline | Ep. 131
00:18:52
130. Business Mindset with Dr. Victor Manzo Jr | Ep. 130
00:22:12
129. Behavioral Investing with James Woodall | Ep. 129
00:16:34
128. bonus Bonus Episode: Finance Friday Live 7/29 | Ep. 128
00:25:58
127. SEO Optimizing with Brandon Leibowitz | Ep. 127
00:15:01
126. Using Your Brain for Success with Liam Naden | Ep. 126
00:24:35
125. Get Priorities Straight with Doug Peterson | Ep. 125
00:28:19
124. Tech Entrepreneurship with Falon Thomas | Ep. 124
00:13:47
123. Entrepreneurship Tips with Robert Muncaster | Ep. 123
00:19:02
122. Raising Confident Teens with Rachel Murphy | Ep. 122
00:27:29
121. bonus Bonus Episode: Finance Friday Live 7/8/22 | Ep. 121
00:22:27
120. Sound Financial Therapy with Kate Dorman | Ep. 120
00:18:20
119. House Hacking with Jack Allweil | Ep. 119
00:14:29
118. Money Hero Academy with Florian Fritz | Ep. 118
00:21:45
117. Wealth Management with Jamie Lima | Ep. 117
00:20:22
116. Adulting is Easy with Lauren Aumond | Ep. 116
00:16:30
115. Working Remotely with Shlomo Freund | Ep. 115
00:14:59
114. bonus Finance Friday Live 6/17 | Ep. 114
00:16:39
113. Retirement Daily with Robert Powell | Ep. 113
00:22:56
112. Knowing Your Why with Genesis Amaris Kemp | Ep. 112
00:22:35
111. Financial Independence Through Real Estate with Alan Corey | Ep. 111
00:27:42
110. Unleashed Leadership with Nicki Conradt-Eberlin | Ep. 110
00:12:40
109. bonus Bonus Episode: Finance Friday Live Replay 6/3/22 | Ep. 109
00:17:37
108. Building an Online Business with Jannese Torres-Rodriguez | Ep. 108
00:20:30
107. Saving For Your Kids with Sarah Holden | Ep. 107
00:18:17
106. Financially Thriving with Walli Miller | Ep. 106
00:19:11
105. Debt Payoff Planning with Brady Benware and Chris Schuermeyer | Ep. 105
00:23:30
104. Debt-free College Planning with Shellee Howard | Ep. 104
00:25:01
103. Teaching Abroad with Jason and T. Jones | Ep. 103
00:38:10
102. Ordinary To Badass with Marie Sonneman | Ep. 102
00:13:25
101. Financial Coaching with Chris Hanna | Ep. 101
00:18:46
100. Tiffany's Favorite (100th Episode Edition) | Ep. 100
00:37:58
99. Royalty Investing with Scott Melbye | Ep. 99
00:19:50
98. Leveraging NACA: Real Estate Investment Tips from Mark Jones II | Ep. 98
00:27:27
97. The Career Toolkit with Mark Herschberg | Ep. 97
00:22:43
96. The Role of City Council with Hugh Holston | Ep. 96
00:29:39
95. Building a Successful Brand with Jasmine Beard | Ep. 95
00:26:08
94. Becoming a Landlord with Justin Pogue | Ep. 94
00:37:09
93. How To Teach Kids About Money with Shanté Nicole | Ep. 93
00:33:02
92. Making Money From Home with Whitney Bonds | Ep. 92
00:20:11
91. Stay At Home Bookkeeping with Tiffani Higgins | Ep. 91
00:12:11
90. Tiffany's Take: Private Mortgage Insurance | Ep. 90
00:09:26
89. Rental Secrets with Justin Pogue | Ep. 89
00:44:06
88. All Things Investing with Angela Matthews | Ep. 88
00:32:21
87. On Demand Pay with Matt Kopko | Ep. 87
00:29:21
86. Rank and Rent SEO with Luke Van Der Veer | Ep. 86
00:20:28
85. Managing Business Finances with Melissa Houston | Ep. 85
00:24:34
84. Minority Mindset with Jaspreet Singh | Ep. 84
00:06:29
83. Estate Planning with David Edey | Ep. 83
00:35:04
82. Firing the Haters with Jillian Johnsrud | Ep. 82
00:27:56
81. Debt Freedom with Rashad Muhammad | Ep. 81
00:18:03
80. Tiffany's Take: Taking Payments As A Small Business Owner | Ep. 80
00:13:36
79. Small Business Banking with Derek Ellington | Ep. 79
00:16:34
78. Local Government Finances with Derek Mobley | Ep. 78
00:43:18
77. The Five Mental Games With Anna Lang | Ep. 77
00:34:46
76. Retirement Talk With Roger Whitney | Ep. 76
00:45:37
75. Mastering Your Finances with Denzel Rodriguez | Ep. 75
00:09:52
74. Making Money Through Real Estate with Andray And Maisha Stroud | Ep. 74
00:17:45
73. Let’s Talk Government Benefits with Sam Zelinka | Ep. 73
00:17:55
72. Breaking Into the Plant-based Food Industry with Jim Pakulis | Ep. 72
00:29:15
71. Live At FinCon 2021 with Ericka Williams and Monick Halm | Ep. 71
00:10:30
70. Becoming An Accredited Financial Counselor with Rebecca Wiggins | Ep. 70
00:32:03
69. How To Start a Non-Profit with Shinika McKiever | Ep. 69
00:35:31
68. How To Run Your Business with Wayne Washington | Ep. 68
00:21:25
67. Becoming A Successful Entrepreneur with Pauline Malubay | Ep. 67
00:29:54
66. The World of Freelance Writing with Laura Gariepy | Ep. 66
00:22:36
65. Small Business Tax Tips with Aimee La Liberte | Ep. 65
00:30:30
64. Building an Empire with Amira Alvarez | Ep. 64
00:29:23
63. How To Move To Canada with Brandon Miller | Ep. 63
00:27:14
62. Saving for your Future Self with Sarah Holden | Ep. 62
00:30:39
61. Small Business Financing with Anna Serio | Ep. 61
00:23:49
60. Money Manifesting with Rebecca Wiener | Ep. 60
00:25:53
59. Business In a Pandemic with Chris Panteli | Ep. 59
00:18:22
58. Be Goals Diligent with Charles Weems | Ep. 58
00:23:14
57. A Touch of Woo Woo With Bevin Morgan | Ep. 57
00:32:43
56. Entrepreneurship + Marketing with Scott Perry | Ep. 56
00:35:56
55. Scale Up a Business with Melody Johnson | Ep. 55
00:23:03
54. House Hacking with Jen Narciso | Ep. 54
00:34:51
53. Business Coaching For The Win with Nefateria Fondá | Ep. 53
00:23:35
52. From Furlough to Full-Time Entrepreneur with Shereen Kassam | Ep. 52
00:21:00
51. Entrepreneurship 101: Six Questions You Need to Answer | Ep. 51
00:14:12
50. Let's Talk Motivation with Rahkim Sabree | Ep. 50
00:43:52
49. Setting Kids Up For Financial Success with Nakia Swinton | Ep. 49
00:29:29
48. Health x Wealth with Dr. Amber Brown | Ep. 48
00:36:30
47. Conflict Management with Rhonda Johnson | Ep. 47
00:39:09
46. Real Estate Investing with Joshlyn Ross | Ep. 46
00:33:54
45. Master Your Relationship with Money with YeSeul Kim | Ep. 45
00:36:34
44. American Dream? Why? with Aja Rutledge | Ep. 44
00:22:38
43. How to Level Up Your Business - My Top 10 Resources | Ep. 43
00:16:39
42. Event Planning on a Budget with Nikki Byrd | Ep. 42
00:24:18
41. The Black Dollar with Eugenie George | Ep. 41
00:53:44
40. Marriage and Money | Ep. 40
00:18:37
39. Overcoming Homelessness and Mental Health with Adrian Quarles | Ep. 39
00:22:46
38. Breaking Down Health Insurance with Morgan Robinson | Ep.38
00:20:36
37. Do You Even Brand? with Octavia Harris | Ep. 37
00:40:44
36. Paying for College with Dr. Andrea Johnson | Ep. 36
00:25:48
35. Real Estate Investing for Women with Justine Chan | Ep. 35
00:18:25
34. Money Chat with Chisa Pennix-Brown aka Lady Bizness | Ep. 34
00:20:44
33. Coronavirus Have You Down? | Ep. 33
00:13:36
32. Side Hustling Through a Layoff with Gertrude Nonterah | Ep. 32
00:18:41
31. Kids and Money with Raeshal Solomon | Ep. 31
00:26:06
30. Side Hustling for Creatives with Candace Howze | Ep. 30
00:18:12
29. Building a Business with Jazz Elyse | Ep. 29
00:20:27
28. Active Duty Military Debt Payoff with Joe Driscoll | Ep. 28
00:16:08
27. 2020 Travel Tips | Ep. 27
00:12:34
26. Mindset and The Art of Negotiation with Teddi Rene' | Ep. 26
00:19:53
25. That Lightbulb Moment with Patrina Dixon | Ep. 25
00:21:30
24. Building Generational Wealth Through Investing with Calvin Williams, Jr. | Ep. 24
00:21:27
23. Paying Off Over $200k in Debt with Kim at The Frugal Engineers | Ep. 23
00:21:39
22. Fraud Alert! How to Protect Yourself | Ep. 22
00:15:02
21. Let's Talk Investing with Angela Matthews | Ep. 21
00:22:08
20. The Grown-Up Gap Year with Stephanie Perry | Ep. 20
00:19:05
19. Money After Divorce with Krista Goodrich and Grace Everitt | Ep. 19
00:40:18
18. What You Need to Know About Insurance with Acquania Escarne | Ep. 18
00:20:55
17. Money in the Military with Janeil Pierre | Ep. 17
00:19:22
16. Minimalism and Money with Shani St. Vil | Ep. 16
00:22:22
15. Culture and 25 States in 25 Weeks with Dimitry Neyshtadt | Ep. 15
00:22:21
14. What is Home Title Fraud and How Do I Protect Myself? | Ep. 14
00:06:40
13. My School Lost Accreditation, Now What? | Ep. 13
00:09:25
12. Personal Finance is a Team Sport with Rahkim Sabree | Ep. 12
00:25:24
11. Money and Ancestry with Eugenie George (Live at FinCon) | Ep. 11
00:13:16
10. Making Travel a Financial Priority with Danielle Desir | Ep. 10
00:13:24
9. Assigning Value to Yourself with Amelia Roberts | Ep. 9
00:20:08
8. Mini Talk: The Baby Emergency Fund | Ep. 8
00:04:47
7. Paying Off Credit Card Debt with Rita Bautista | Ep.7
00:21:28
6. Listener Request: What is Income Tax and How Does it Work? | Ep. 6
00:07:13
5. Listener Request: What are Roth IRAs? | Ep. 5
00:10:52
4. How I (Almost) Cash Flowed Braces | Ep. 4
00:06:34
3. Budgets! My Favorite Topic. Learn Why! | Ep. 3
00:09:37
2. Your Relationship With Money and How To Change It | Ep. 2
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1. trailer Intro to Money Talk With Tiff | Ep. 1
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