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About Taylir Paynter

Taylir Paynter

Taylir Paynter

Editor, New American Funding

Taylir is an experienced Marketing Coordinator with over 3 years in the mortgage industry and a degree in Communications Public Relations. She helps coordinate and oversees a variety of marketing activities and she enjoys writing mortgage-related content for New American Funding.

Posts by Taylir Paynter

Don't Be an Open House Zombie, Ask These 5 Killer Questions

When you attend an open house and flash your preapproval letter, you’ll definitely get the attention of the seller and their Real Estate Agent. But just because you’ve shown you can afford the open house you’re viewing doesn’t mean you should pay the maximum price. Do a little research to craft a savvy bid.

Travel Tips for ‘Haunted’ Towns

Tis the spooky season, when guys and ghouls of all ages are looking for some frightful fun. Do something different this Halloween and go on a spooky adventure to some of the most haunted cities in the United States. For now, take an armchair tour of these creepy-sounding towns that will help you get into the spooky spirit this Halloween season.

Pumpkin Carving Ideas

Halloween Pumpkin carving is not just an essential part of the holiday festivities but it’s also a tradition that dates back centuries. Its origins are the Irish myth of 'Stingy Jack,' a man who tricked the devil.

Spooky Halloween Spending Statistics - Infographic

If it seems like the season gets longer and the celebrations more elaborate every year, you’re probably not imagining it. Halloween is big business now and continues to grow, resulting in month-long events at theme parks, pumpkin patches, and popup stores. It is now one of the largest spending holidays in the United States.

Is Your Home Properly Insured?

“It’s not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters.” It was good advice when Epictetus (55-135 A.D.) said it in Roman times, and those sage words may be even more applicable today, given that 2017 was the costliest year on record for natural disasters in the United States.

Who to Call After a Disaster

From Carolina hurricanes to California wildfires, natural disasters are striking with increasing vengeance, carving a trail of destruction across communities nationwide. For 2017, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) estimated the total cumulative damage of floods, fires, and other weather-related catastrophes totaled $306.2 billion, a U.S. record.

Downsize or Declutter – What to Do with Your Stuff?

Whether you are downsizing, decluttering, or making a long-distance relocation, moving is packed with emotions. Decisions need to be made about which belongings you will be keeping and which you’ll be letting go.

Will Relocating Help You Buy Sooner?

First-time homebuyers, especially those who have the flexibility to relocate, get excited! There are numerous financial opportunities that may help make your homeownership dreams a reality much sooner than you think if you are willing to pick up and move to a new area. Here’s what you should know if you are willing to consider this possibility.

How to Choose the Right Roofer

Ready to stay warm and dry this winter? The best way to protect you and your family from the elements is to have a roof that’s in excellent shape and find the right roofer to get the job done. Depending on materials used, a new roof should last 20 to as long as 50 years. Once done, you should have solid shelter (with no leaks) for several years to come.

7 Tips for Living Through a Remodel

When you decide to remodel your home, it can mean living in a construction zone for days or even months. The trick is to keep the end goal in mind: a brand-new living area! No matter what, there will be dust, noise and, if your kitchen is involved, dishes being washed in a bathroom sink.

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