Recently the Indianapolis office got together to play some 3 on 3 basketball at Life Time Fitness. The signup sheet had been passed around the office, sent out on our internal app, and pushed through email. In total 30 people got 10 teams together to play pick-up basketball in a tournament that lasted nearly 2 … Continue reading Indianapolis Office 3 on 3 basketball tournament
Recently Royal United Mortgage LLC hosted an autism awareness drive. We put together shirts, created newsletters, and had several people in the office participate in one of our largest ever fundraisers for this type of event. It was a lot of work. Well, our work came to a close on Wednesday, April 19st. This was the … Continue reading Autism Awareness Donation: Beech Grove Intermediate School
On Monday April 3rd, nearly 70 members of the Indianapolis team of Royal United Mortgage LLC gathered out front to participate in a group photo. The cause is very near to our hearts; Autism awareness. Colby Hurford, Director of the Loan Advisor Development unit, sent out an email to the staff and thoughtfully put out … Continue reading Autism Speaks- Photo Event
For many Americans, taxes are the last word we want to hear right now. Owing money to the government can be as stressful as having credit card debt. Did you know, that tax time can also impact the home buying process? The first thing to know, when wanting to learn about purchases and taxes, is … Continue reading It’s Tax Time!
Last year, 2016, was a good year. I traveled to Gatlinburg, Washington D.C., Florida, Sweden, Denmark, Canary Islands, and Cape Verde (Africa). Not only did I travel everywhere and often, but I managed to stay away from credit card debt, and save five figures. How is this possible on a modest income? Former Vice President … Continue reading Don’t Have Enough Money to do that…Think AGAIN.
I RECYCLE CANS! No, this isn’t my supplemental income (although it would help with my husband’s electronics obsession)…it is for Help The Animal’s INC, a non-profit and no kill animal shelter in Richmond, IN. When I graduated from Richmond High School, I decided to stay home a year and go to IU East to get … Continue reading Help the Animals