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Monthly Digest - June 2024



Monthly Digest

JUNE 2024


June is here! Welcome summer by embracing the outdoors in your own backyard and reflecting on all the things you love about your home, because it’s National Homeownership Month!


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June 6: National Gardening Exercise Day. Get outside and enjoy the health benefits of physical activity and the satisfaction of helping something grow.
June 16: Father's Day. Don't touch that thermostat! Whether it's a cliché or a silly pun, try to come up with your own "Dad joke" for the day.
June 19: Juneteenth - Also known as "Freedom Day," this day honors the emancipation of all persons held as slaves in the U.S. and celebrates African American history, equality, and human rights.
June 20: First Day of Summer - "Summertime is always the best of what might be." - Charles Bowden, Author
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Celebrating the Joys of Homeownership

June is National Homeownership Month: a time to celebrate the myriad benefits of owning a home!


Buying a home is a solid financial investment. A fixed mortgage payment provides a hedge against inflation, and the equity you gain over time helps build generational wealth that can provide stability for your loved ones. On top of the financial benefits, home is where you build your life, form memories, and celebrate milestones.


These are just a few of the reasons I love helping people achieve their homeownership goals every day. What excites you about owning a home? I’d love to hear from you about your homebuying journey or the memories you’ve made in your home.


Reach out and share your story today!


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Mortgage Fun Fact

During the Great Depression, President Franklin D. Roosevelt stepped in and took charge of a struggling real estate market. By implementing the National Housing Act of 1934 (90 years ago this month!) and the Wagner-Steagall Housing Act in 1937, he made housing and home mortgages more affordable, thereby protecting and preserving homeownership.

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