My goal is to help my clients build and protect wealth by better managing their home equity and personal cash flow; life's too short to worry about money
Eugene, OR (PRWEB) February 28, 2007
Tom Griffith shows the average house rich, cash poor American how to create wealth by using their equity as an investment tool. His new book, Borrow Smart, Retire Rich to come out early this spring will empower today's unprepared baby boomer.
Life expectancy is higher than ever before, health costs are skyrocketing, pensions are shrinking, social security is not secure and corporate America has gone through one bankruptcy after another. Today's mortgage market can be a dangerous place for some consumers with certain real estate markets experiencing signs of a "bubble" and "exotic" mortgages representing a greater market share than ever before. These signs point to the fact that home owners and buyers need expert advice on how to manage their mortgage, cash flow and home equity.
Tom Griffith, Certified Mortgage Planner, Certified Liabilities Advisor, news talk radio personality and now published author is taking his message statewide this spring. "My goal is to help my clients build and protect wealth by better managing their home equity and personal cash flow; life's too short to worry about money," says Griffith.
Many homeowners have become frustrated and confused with the myriad choices in today's mortgage market and the lack of both ethics and financial knowledge among many mortgage providers.
Since early last year, Tom's team has coached every day people in the strategies used by the most affluent homeowners in America. "Real estate liquidity strategies are nothing new. The rich have been doing it for years. Today, I'm showing the average income homeowner how to improve their quality of life and have the stable financial lifestyle they've always dreamed of, simply by looking at their mortgage in the context of an overall financial plan," explains Tom.
This trend toward mortgage planning advice is growing in popularity. Tom Griffith simplifies it with five essential skill sets including:
- Financial market and interest rate analysis
- Cash flow analysis
- Debt analysis
- Real estate equity management
- Real estate investment analysis
Tom began his tour on February 15th and will be visiting cities all over the state of Oregon including Bend, Portland, Eugene and Medford with great news for seniors and folks that thought they could never be fully prepared for retirement. "I'm offering hope to those who thought there was none." states Tom. He'll be presenting his message in Bend on March 8th at the Bend Country Club from 2-4PM. Medford is to follow on March 22nd at the Hapton Inn from 9-11AM.
His book "Borrow Smart, Retire Rich," is due to hit the market early this spring. For more information please contact, Patty Rappa, Director of Publicity and Business Development 541-284-8350.