There are 5 blog entries for September 2010.
The Steamboat Springs Bike Town USA Initiative members have worked over a year to present next month's free three-day event at the Steamboat Grand.
The goal will be to allow a wealth of experts from across the United States and specializing in all sorts of cycling issues to help paint the picture of what bicycling could become in the near future for Steamboat.
Renowned bike-friendly town Boulder will be represented to talk about the city's transportation systems and the increased quality of life possible with extensive biking initiates.
Jackson, Wyo, representatives will speak about their city's extensive and well-connected system of biking and hiking trails and paths.
The freerode-trail-building gurus from Gravity Logic will be on hand to talk…
With mortgage rates falling to record lows this summer and housing market becoming more active, refinancing activity is perking up.
The refinancing equation has never been more complicated. While some borrowers are desperate to reduce their monthly payments, others are looking to build equity. Some are even treating their mortgage as an investment vehicle, sinking cash into their homes in order to secure a lower rate and cut future payments.
Refinancing generally costs 3% to as much as 6% of the outstanding principal of the loan, with banks levying fees on everything from application fees and title searches to appraisal costs and legal expenses. (Mortgage "points" can add to the total, though they typically help reduce the interest rate and lower…