Mortgage & Finance

Rocket Mortgages a Blast From a Reckless Past? An App For an App
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Rocket Mortgages a Blast From a Reckless Past? An App For an App

Quicken Loans new Super Bowl ad has many afraid of another housing bubble, but the... Read more

Housing Finance: To HELOC and Back
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Housing Finance: To HELOC and Back

The new, more responsible home-equity line of credit works like this. Read more

Millennials and Mortgages: Are Credit Barriers Myth or Reality?
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Millennials and Mortgages: Are Credit Barriers Myth or Reality?

Millennials by the scores believe, to some extent rightfully, that their getting... Read more

To Buy or Not to Buy: The Vacation Home Dilemma
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To Buy or Not to Buy: The Vacation Home Dilemma

Buying a vacation home sounds like a dream, but that doesn’t make it the right... Read more

Cash-Out Mortgages Trend Upward: Proceed With Caution
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Cash-Out Mortgages Trend Upward: Proceed With Caution

Homeowners are using refis to take cash out of homes, but are doing so, however,... Read more

Overly Tight Mortgage Rules Deep-Sixed 5.2 Million Mortgages From 2009 to 2014
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Overly Tight Mortgage Rules Deep-Sixed 5.2 Million Mortgages From 2009 to 2014

Due to tight credit standards 5.2 million mortgages were prevented, depriving... Read more

CoreLogic Picks a Peak: How High Will Interest Rates Go in 2016?
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CoreLogic Picks a Peak: How High Will Interest Rates Go in 2016?

Federal Open Market Committee has the answer, according to CoreLogic economist... Read more

Offering Yield, 'Liar Loans' Make an Unrepentant Return
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Offering Yield, 'Liar Loans' Make an Unrepentant Return

A crisis-era home mortgage, the Alt-A loan, attempts a comeback as investors seek... Read more

Home Value in Suburban Areas Are No Longer What They Use To Be
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Home Value in Suburban Areas Are No Longer What They Use To Be

A new Zillow study shows that the once popular suburban homes are losing their touch. Read more

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How Much Money Does a First-Time Home Buyer Need to Put Down?

Conventional wisdom says 20 percent, but you can actually buy your first home putting much less down. Read more

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