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When should You refinance your mortgage to save the most money?

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Some things are obvious. Refinancing your mortgage is not. Here are all the things you need to consider to make sure that refinancing actually saves you money.


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5 Tips for Choosing a Place to Live with Your Partner

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If you are choosing a place to live with your partner, whether you plan to buy or rent, here are 5 things to keep in mind:


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Why You Should Get a Mortgage Pre-Approval

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Before you buy a home, chances are that you will need to find a financial institution willing to lend you the money to make it happen. But a lender isn’t just going to hand over the money.


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Why You Shouldn't Use the 30 Percent Rule

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One of the most common financial rules of thumb is the “30 percent rule” for buying a home. Like many financial rules of thumb, though, the 30 percent rule is best taken with a grain of salt.


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Why FHA Mortgage Condo Approvals Are So Important to Buyers and Sellers

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Learn why having an FHA approved condominium is so important to both buyers and sellers of real estate.


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How I helped my handyman get into debt

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I helped my handyman get in debt for a motorcycle that is worth 1 year of his salary. Was it wise?


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How Credit Scores Affect Your Mortgage

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When you apply for a mortgage, one of the first things the lender will do is check your credit score. Your credit score is essentially your financial reputation. Lenders use your credit score to gauge how likely you are to repay the loan.


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Can You Buy a Home With No Down Payment?

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Prior to the Great Recession, it was fairly easy to buy a home with no down payment. But the mortgage crisis and the financial crisis shook things up a bit. Credit requirements — especially for home loans — tightened substantially.


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Should I Pay Off My Mortgage Early?

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Is it smart for you to pay off your mortgage early or should you put that money towards other financial goals instead?


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Home Loan Terms: Pre-qualified vs. Pre-approved

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When you start shopping around for a home loan, you are likely to run into terms like “pre-qualified” and “pre-approved” to describe whether or not you are eligible for a certain mortgage amount. Before you start your house-hunting, it’s a good idea to know the difference between these two terms, and what to expect from them.


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