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  • Choosing the Right Contractor for Your Project - NEW!

    Whether it is a remodel, adding an addition or maintenance like siding, window or doors, there is a logical process for selecting a good contractor to work with you. Learn some great stops to quickly narrow your search and then build that relationship with confidence. Get these easy tools and methods to eliminate undo search time and you will find  your contractor easily. 
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  • First Time Home Buyer

    It's a GREAT time to buy real estate! when buying your fist home in this market, you need to know about: Myths v. Facts of Real Estate Financing: What you need to know/Types of Mortgages/Loan Language How to Choose and Agent Search Parameters: What are you looking for? Foreclosures and Shorts Sales Contracts and Forms Inspections v. Appraisals What Benefits Come Along with Buying What Makes a Successful Closing
  • How to Cut the Cable Cord

    Cable (or satellite) television is the single most expensive utility for many households. This class will show you many viewing options that are free or much lower cost than cable. We'll discuss the pros and cons of cable, how to get internet without cable, how to get TV from your computer to your television, and much, much more. Find out why and how thousands of TV watchers are ditching cable forever!
  • How to Find AND Pay for a Great College

    What you thought you knew about college may no longer be true! How much will college cost? How will you pay for it? How will you find great colleges with large scholarships? Learn what the FAFSA is and how to complete it to your advantage. Realize the impact of the ACT and SAT. Find the answers to these questions and many more about the college search and process. It is never too soon to start!Here is what past students are saying: Wish we had attended earlier. So much good information. - Kathy J. This was a great two-hour investments of my time. - Bob Y.Lots a content AND I was given the PowerPoint. - Brenda P.I wish I had attended when my daughter was in 9th grade. Outstanding seminar. - Susan A. 
  • How to Win with Investment Properties

    Ever considered becoming a landlord or investing in real estate but needed more information? Learn about opportunities in today’s Twin Cities marketplace, how to analyze a property, tax considerations and things to put in a lease. You will also learn all aspects of becoming a landlord including buying, selling and renting.Testimonial- "Knowledgeable, friendly, well spoken and approachable."
  • Prepare Your Home to Sell

    Getting ready to sell your home? Today's Real Estate market is tricky! Know what you need to do to find your buyer. Understand your competition AND your options before you go on the market. This class will help you know how to prepare in the following areas: Preparing your Home for Sale De-cluttering and Staging Options Pricing Strategy Understanding Traditional Sales and Short Sales Agent Expectations Inspections and Warranties Showings Your First Offer - Net Sheets and Settlement Fees.  Know your options! Learn from a real estate professional with over 20 years of experience in the field. 
  • Preparing Your Estate Plan

    Many people tend to put off or ignore developing a sound estate plan, but it's one of the most important things a person can create. Learn about: What to consider when creating your will. The benefits of trusts in estate planning. How to help reduce taxes on your estate. How insurance can help protect your family. Jodi See, a local estate-planning attorney will also be available to answer your questions.*Edward Jones, it's associates and financial planners, cannot give tax or legal advice. Please consult a qualified tax or legal professional for advice on your specific situation. 
  • Social Security, Health Care & Your Retirement Plan

    Social Security will likely be the foundation of your retirement income. Before your retires, it’s important to understand your options and the affect your decisions have on your retirement. We will discuss: How Social Security fits into your retirement income plan? When you should start taking benefits? What about taxes? The increasing cost of health care is a growing concern for current and future retirees. In fact, 25 years ago, retirees spent almost twice as much on food as health care; now the amounts are nearly equal. We will discuss: Medicare coverage and traditional medical expenses. long-term medical care expenses and strategies for addressing uncovered expenses. Source: The Federal Reserve and Edward Jones estimates.  The contents of this presentation are for informational purposes only. Edward Jones doesn’t offer health insurance, however, we believe discussing the impact of health care costs within your retirement strategy is important. While the information is believed to be accurate, its accuracy and completeness are not guaranteed and are subject to change without notice. You should rely on Medicare for complete program details. For more information on Medicare, visit www.medicare.gov. The Medicare portion of this meeting is for educational purposes only.