Tuesday 4/2/24: Your Money Matters Radio Show

Today’s Guest:
In this episode of Your Money Matters, Kurt Rogers, Managing Broker at Affordable Interest Mortgage is with us to answer this burning question on the top of Homeowners minds: “With the Feds holding off on lowering interest rates, and we’re seeing property tax increases of 20-40%, along with home owners insurance rising 20-30%, what can we do to lower our monthly outflow of money?” Kurt explains how he is helping his clients save $700-$1400 a month. Tune in to listen how!

Then Greg Lackey of Design Risk joins us and we discuss all you need to know about Homeowners Insurance & Auto Insurance. Greg says you should shop your policies every year, and meeting with face to face with a local broker is a great idea.

1. AIM’S recent Growth & Expansion now serves 12 states and offers 38 Lenders with the most amazing loan programs. Affordable Interest Mortgage is now serving these 12 states: Colorado, Arizona, Wyoming, Kansas, Texas, Illinois, California, Indiana, Tennessee, Missouri, Florida, and Ohio.
2. We have expanded from 11 Lenders to 38 Lenders to offer a multitude of loan programs. In many cases, even better rates, faster service, more amazing First Time Home Buyer Loans, Fix & Flip Loans, Renovation Loans for First Time Home Buyers and Investors – all these options are worth exploring!
3. We’re now also offering Land Loans and Commercial Loans with 5 units or more. There’s so many incredible opportunities available.

Be sure to tune in every Tuesday at Noon – 1PM on 560AM KLZ for The Your Money Matters Radio Show, you can listen at www.klzradio.com.
Kurt is our exclusive Mortgage Broker for The Haystack Help Radio Home Team! Call Kurt at (720) 895-0500. Affordable Interest Mortgage – Powered by IMB #2191655. NMLS 217147. Equal Opportunity Lender.

Affordable Interest Mortgage – Powered by IMB #2191655. NMLS 217147. Equal Opportunity Lender.

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