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The sooner the better: Why now’s the ideal time to buy a home. Buying a home is most likely the biggest financial decision a person will make in their lifetime and it’s no easy feat. It’s a nerve-racking move that shouldn’t be entered into lightly. But even...

Buying a home can be one of the most stressful, yet most rewarding experiences a person goes through. There’s nothing quite like the pride of homeownership. Especially this day-and-age when the cost is prohibitive to many and qualifying for a mortgage is more difficult than ever. These...

Your credit score is the key to financial prosperity. That three-digit number predicts how responsible you will be with other people’s money and it plays a major role in your life. From determining your credit worthiness when making large purchases, such as a home, to helping...

“Number One, cash is king …” said Jack Welch, former chairman and CEO of GE, who’s credited with building the company’s value 4,000 percent over 20 years. If you have it, you should make it work for you and that’s why a growing number ─ as...

Median home sale prices have returned to their post-recession peak, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) reported. The median price of a home sold in May of this year was $228,700, the highest level in seven years. The peak home purchase price during the last housing...

The home appraisal is an integral part of the home buying process. There’s a lot riding on this one document and if it comes in low, it could blow the entire deal. Lenders depend on third-party appraisals to ensure they're not lending more than the home...

Millennials now represent the largest segment of the workforce, surpassing both Generation X and the Baby Boomers by leaps and bounds. Unfortunately, due to the recession and other economic factors, Millennials have been slow to enter the housing market, but they’re still buying homes. A recent survey found...

Interest rates ended a four-week decline and ticked up slightly this week in response to modest wage growth and a precipitous fall in the Chinese yuan, according to Freddie Mac’s Primary Mortgage Market Survey. Mortgage rates nudged up, increasing 3 basis points to 3.94 percent from last week....

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