How to Help Retired Parents Buy a New Home

Brandy Wright’s expertise is again on display in an article by Daniel Bortz on realtor.com. For many people, retirement also means downsizing to a smaller home. But on top of the typical challenges of moving, retirees also face difficulty qualifying for a loan because of their smaller income.

While some people outright buy a home for their parents, this can greatly disrupt your own retirement plans unless you’ve been budgeting for this purchase for years. If you’re in a position to help your retiring parents buy a new home, or are retiring yourself, you’ll want to look at the options presented in the article here.

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Cambridge Wealth Counsel Has Merged!

We are pleased to announce that effective July 1, 2016, we have merged with Modera Wealth Management, LLC (“Modera”), an independent, fee only wealth management firm with offices in Georgia, Florida, Massachusetts and New Jersey. The merger brings together two growing firms with a common set of values and wealth management philosophies. Both share a deep dedication to being a fee-only fiduciary, providing objective advice in the best interests of their clients, remaining independent and continue to deliver exceptional service.

The resources and expertise we can provide to our clients are enhanced; the combined group results in a team of 51 employees, including 25 holding the CFP ® certification, 5 with the CFA designation, 3 CPAs, one JD, one CDFA, one EA and one CFTA. Along with your current wealth management team, we may, depending on your needs, introduce other specialists in our expanded group.

The name “Modera” stands for “to manage, to moderate”, with various roots in Latin, Italian and Spanish. Given that we are creating long-term financial plans and managing assets for the long-term with emphasis on risk management, the name Modera embodies our core beliefs. It is up to date and forward looking, yet grounded in the principle of “take no more risk than one needs to achieve one’s goals”.

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