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The Top 5 Tax Deductions for Homeowners

January 14, 2014

Owning a home has countless benefits—tax deductions among the most attractive of them. Wherever you live, if you’re a homeowner preparing to file your taxes, there are quite a few tax credits available to you. To help you prepare for the tax season, we’ve compiled a few of the top tax deductions for homeowners. 1. […]

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Home Equity Loan vs. Line of Credit: What’s the Difference

December 23, 2013 great ways to save when you're ready to buy a house

While the basic structure of first home loans is essentially the same across the board, second mortgages come in a variety of forms. Homeowners who suddenly need extra funds have to decide between a few different second mortgage options—the most common of which are home equity loans and lines of credit. Though both deliver the funds […]

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U.S. Mortgage Rates Fall to a Four-Month Low

November 05, 2013

Mortgage rates are falling again! After months of steady increase, October reports found that interest rates are, once again, dropping. Fueled by the economy and the yields of government bonds, U.S. mortgage rates are at a four-month low. With home prices steadily rising as the market continues to strengthen, now could be the best time […]

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Is It Still a Good Time to Refinance?

September 19, 2013

With mortgage interest rates no longer hovering in the 3% range, refinancing may not look as tantalizing as it did just a few months ago. On average, homeowners who refinanced in Q1 reduced their rate by 1.9%, which amounts to tens of thousands of dollars in savings over the life of the loan. Those huge […]

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Understanding How Your Credit Score is Determined

August 28, 2013

Everyone knows the importance of a good credit score, even if you don’t know what your credit score is. More unknown is how lenders calculate a credit score. The most prominent method emerged in the early 1980s by the Fair Isaac Corporation in conjunction with three large credit companies. Over the years investors have learned which factors […]

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Mortgage Delinquencies Down, Housing Market Up

August 09, 2013

According to a report released by TransUnion, the national mortgage delinquency rate fell nearly 26% in the second quarter compared to the same period last year. In fact, every state and the District of Columbia demonstrated a lower delinquency rate. This suggests continued signs of strength in the housing sector and added optimism as the […]

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