Category Archives: Homeownership

Ep. 186: Autumn, a mom working to keep her family financially on track.

Meet Autumn. Autumn’s main concerns, in her own words: We have roughly $1500-1700/mo in extra income and we would like to know how we should allocate this money. We have ideas of contributing more to my HSA, start ROTH’s, contribute…

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Ep. 183: Red, a state worker & wanna be salesman.

Meet Red. Red’s main concerns, in his own words: My wife and I are in our mid 30’s. We have one child who is 8 y.o, of which we recently found out has Type 1 Diabetes. I work for the…

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Ep. 182: Signs of a Chaotic Financial Life

This week, we’re talking about the chaos that can ensue in your financial life. Chaos—while fun to spell and fun to say is not so fun when it comes to your financial life. If you’re waiting on your next paycheck…

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Ep. 181: Brielle has a lot of moving pieces & is ready to put them into place.

Meet Brielle. Brielle’s main concerns, in her own words: My biggest hurdle is balancing it all. We have a two and four year old that we will send to day care and preschool and starting in Sept. My children both have…

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Ep. 179: Tina, a single mother ready to get back on track & contributing to her future.

Meet Tina. Tina’s main concerns, in her own words: I am a single mother of a 4 year old. I owned a home but after a legal case I sold my home via short sale in 2015 after owing since 2000…

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Ep. 178: Selling Your Home

This week, we’re talking about: Selling Your Home.  A daunting feat, that if done correctly–can be a sizable pay off. When selling your home (or getting ready to sell your home) you’re preparing to leave the house. Your main focus…

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Ep. 173: Family & Money

In this episode, we’re talking about: Family & Money. Now as a husband, father, son, and friend–while I’m no relationship expert, I do have experience in a handful of different ones.  Today I’m going to cover the good, the bad,…

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Ep. 172: Lynette is in her mid 30’s and trying to do it all.

Meet Lynette. Lynette’s main concerns, in her own words: My husband (38) and I (34) paid off all our debt, except our mortgage. We have a toddler, and a dog. We’re about to move to another state and will be…

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Ep. 170: Jordan, a school teacher, reverses roles as I grade him on his financial life.

Meet Jordan. Jordan’s main concerns, in his own words: I am a school teacher with two children under 4 and a third on the way. I have a net worth of $110,000 but only an income of $50,000 because my…

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Ep. 166: Melissa has saved for retirement since the age of 25 and is getting ready to reap the benefits.

Meet Melissa. Melissa’s main concerns, in her own words: My base pay is $74,800 plus overtime on top of that. I have been saving for a house aggressively since January 2015 at about $700 a paycheck (last month I scaled…

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