Tina’s Money Chat segment this week:
Generation X and Generation Y demographics are buying homes! The recent surge in purchasing residential properties is partially due to young adults entering the market. Listen to this Money Chat segment.
Joining Tina in the studio this week…
Lloyd Hara is a veteran public official, currently serving as the King County Assessor. He has served as a Seattle Port Commissioner and was King County’s youngest auditor. He also served four terms as Seattle City Treasurer. In The Money Hour segment today, Lloyd shares updates from the Assessor’s office about valuations in King County and what’s happening with your property taxes. Listen to Lloyd’s segment.
Brad VanVechten is the Founder and Managing Member for Private Wealth Solutions, where he is an independent, fee-only, Certified Financial Planner. He is an experienced, client-driven financial advisor and investment manager with a 20-year track record of driving account growth and providing sophisticated financial advice to individuals, families, and business owners. In The Money Hour segment today, Brad discusses investment strategies and how to choose the best financial advisor. Are you smart and safe with your financial investments? Listen to Brad’s segment.
Vincent Humphrey is an Attorney with Barrera Legal Group, where he practices in the areas of Criminal, Family, Civil, Immigration, and Personal Injury Law. He is currently the Chair of the Washington Young Lawyers Committee and is active in the Housing Justice Project, helping consumers who are behind on their rent payments.
John Barrera is the Managing Partner of Barrera Legal Group and head of the firm’s Immigration and Criminal Defense practice. He is regularly consulted by the criminal defense bar and has co-hosted a weekly radio show in Treasure Valley Community taking immigration questions.
In The Money Hour segment today, Vincent and John talk about the effect of divorce on your personal property here in Washington State. How can you prepare, and what does Community Property mean? Listen to John & Vincent’s segment.