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Buying a Home? Hold Off On Buying New Furniture!

Getting ready to buy that new house is so exciting, and you might already be decorating in your mind! However, when it comes to making those big purchases, you should hold off until everything is out of escrow. Presenting a Strong Financial Background The reason is because you need to present as strong a [...]
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Ways to Get the Down Payment for a House

If you were going to list obstacles to getting a home, you’d have to put “getting the down payment” together as the first one. This is usually the biggest and first difficulty potential homebuyers have. Whether it’s a case of not saving up for long enough, or just having to live from paycheck to [...]
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How to bully your bank into rewriting your mortgage loan

Economists of all stripes, liberal and conservative, agree that the explosion of the housing bubble has had far-reaching consequences for every sector of the U.S. economy. The Great Recession really began as a housing crisis. Sub-prime lending with the backing of government sponsored organizations like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac created a mountain [...]
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3 ways to prevent foreclosure

The real estate market is hurting. If you find yourself more strapped for cash than usual, you’re not alone. The recent financial downturn was in no small part due to an overload of debt on the shoulders of the American people. One of the biggest debts you probably hold as a private citizen [...]
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Law & Order, The Mortgage Meltdown

Can we put the blame on somebody for the realty crises? That is exactly what a team of lawyers is trying to prove as they probe the firms that finance the countries house buying. The investigation has already begun in New York and Delaware. Though not involved yet, California is interested in finding [...]
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Is Someone Turning Your Misfortune Into Their Fortune?

Where there’s smoke, there’s fire; and wherever there are people who are the least bit vulnerable, there are con men prowling about—looking for every possible way to exploit their desperation to make a quick buck. With many homeowners in serious hot water with their mortgages, now more than ever is the time to tread [...]