Dahna Chandler

Content Strategist, Copywriter, Ghostwriter, Writer

Engagement-building messaging solutions for thriving wealth industry and financial brands targeting upscale and wealth-focused audiences.

I'm a whole-brain thinking, experienced professional communicator and award-winning business and finance journalist with business acumen and marketing fluency. I team remotely with enterprises to bring exceptional content communications experiences to their current and prospective clients with leading-edge, digital corporate communications and strategic content writing solutions. I specialize in collaborating with wealth industry and financial brands targeting upscale, wealth-focused audiences. I also work with thriving, high-growth small companies and wealth advisor practices to help them achieve next-level client engagement.
Moreover, I'm an "A" student in my concentration, corporate communications, Georgetown University's multi-award-winning Public Relations and Corporate Communications Program. I'm specializing in digital communications with a focus on CSR, D&I, internal communications and investor relations and have added content solutions in those areas to my offerings, too.
I look forward to working with you to help you reach your overall business goals by providing the outstanding digital messaging strategies and strategic content that accelerates client engagement.
Categories
Content Types
Article, Blog Post, Case Study, Ebook, Guide, Infographic Copy, Interview, Press Release, Website Copy, Whitepaper
More Information
Wellesley College, B.A. Political Science
Georgetown University, Master of Professional Studies, Corporate Communications
Washington, DC, USA|English
Publications
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Featured

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Residential Real Estate Financing, Investment, Renting & Management

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blog.figure.com
Blog Post
Spring Home Maintenance Checklist

Assigned blog post in area where I'm an absolute SME: Residential Real Estate, particularly financing.

May, 9 2019
blog.figure.com
Blog Post
How to protect and grow your home equity

This is an assigned piece in an area where I'm an absolute SME: Residential Real Estate, particularly mortgages.

May, 3 2019
themortgagereports.com
Article
How ARM Rates Help You Get More Home When Fixed Rates Keep Rising

Americans are on the move again. Instead of staying put in our homes, we are moving to new ones. On average, in the US, we move every seven years. That means looking for new home loans and weighing the differences between fixed-rate mortgages and ARM rates. To decide which makes better financial sense, you need to know the key differences between these loans. This article explains what those are.

February, 24 2017
themortgagereports.com
Article
Your Plain English Guide To Real Estate Terms

There’s a lot to know when you’re buying real estate. This high-ticket purchase could be the largest investment you ever make. You can’t afford to let things get lost in translation, especially the language of the deal. However, some real estate agents speak in industry lingo that brings back your worst high school foreign language class memories. It’s not their fault. These real estate terms have legal meanings so they must use them. Here's what they mean.

March, 14 2017
themortgagereports.com
Article
Buying A House Where Prices Exceed Your Budget

You want to buy that dream house in your dream location but don't have a dream budget. So, how do you make it happen? Read this blog post to learn.

March, 22 2017
themortgagereports.com
Article
Want To Buy A House? Here’s A Checklist You Need To Have

Unless you plan to pay cash, it’s smart to shop for your money before shopping for your home. There are three main categories of documents you’ll need when you apply for a mortgage. They include income documentation (pay stubs, W2s, and maybe tax returns); proof of assets like checking, savings, and 401k statements; and, personal information such as divorce decrees, business licenses, and any letters of explanation for out-of-the-ordinary situations. Here's a full and downloadable breakdown of all paperwork you need.

April, 4 2017
themortgagereports.com
Article
Priced Out Of The City? Consider Suburban Living

You’re ready to buy a home, finally, and you started house hunting in the city. But you quickly noticed home affordability plummeting. That’s true for both Millennials and Gen Xers wanting to stop renting but remain urban dwellers. You’re not only out-priced; you’re outflanked by investors and Boomers buying up urban housing inventory. Both are bidding up real estate faster than you can say “let’s make an offer.” Here's why you should move to suburbia instead.

May, 6 2017
themortgagereports.com
Article
How Much Cheaper Are Adjustable Mortgage Rates Than Fixed Rates In 2017?

You’re buying property and might be considering an Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM), with interest rates and payments that can fluctuate over time. Right now, ARM mortgage rates might meet your real estate goals better than fixed-rate mortgages. Here's how to make sure they stay the cheapest option for you.

July, 11 2017
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