Make up your mind

Dated: 07/30/2011

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Ok -- I don't know a lot, but I know what I've read and I know how it all works. If your credit rating falls, the interest rates you will be made to pay on a car loan, credit cards, home mortgages is greater than if you have a good credit rating. Well kids, if the credit rating companies for companies and countries (Moodys and Standard and Poors) re-evaluates the credit of the United States government it will mean significant changes in the interest Rates you may pay in the future. If you are planning on buying a home in Rockland in the next few months make up your mind now. I encourage you to do so. There are great deals in Nyack, Piermont, Suffern, Stony Point, New City -- all over the county! Seriously get out and buy, don't pick nits, hurry and find a home that you would like to call your own. The amount you save if you buy now may be greater than you expect!

Kacy Coyle Dow

Continuing the "Coyle & Coyle" family tradition of real estate, I feel that Wright Bros. Real Estate is the perfect fit. Having a father and grandfather who were Realtors in Rockland County, I guess y....

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