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Rates Always HIgher After An Election. Or Is It Lower?

Mortgage rate myths seem to come and go. Rates are higher if there's a Democrat elected. Rates are higher if the American League wins the World Series, and so on. Will there be a mortgage rate reaction this next Wednesday morning? An article in today's Wall Street Journal provided a punch list of what business [...]

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Your Mortgage. Um, YOURmortgage

Recent ads on TV, radio and online promote a particular mortgage lender that offers to create a special mortgage with a payoff period designed specifically for you. That's actually a good thing. Most consumers think there are two mortgage terms, a 30 year mortgage and a 15 year mortgage. Yet in reality most any term [...]

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Debt consolidation and debt settlement adverts are all over the media lately. This is quite predictable when millions upon millions of Americans are behind in their payments and risking foreclosure on their mortgages besides being maxed out on their credit cards. Understanding what each debt management system will do for you and which is the [...]

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Loan Modifications Only Hope For American Dream

The Mortgage crisis is hitting families hard all over the country with the devastating effects of a hurricane, destroying homes, affecting household economies and causing general havoc nationwide. As with all natural and human disasters everybody has a view of how to solve the situation. Some say the current crisis is nothing special, a normal [...]

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The story repeats itself across the nation. Desperate homeowners that need an urgent loan modification to save their home phone their loan providers with little or no result. One borrower in Dallas explains relates how he is on his second counselor and he hasn’t been able to talk to either of them. A common theme [...]

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