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    Housing Shows Life in Latest Census Bureau Report
    The Census Bureau's latest New Residential Sales Report shows that the housing market may be making a comeback. With current mortgage rates and job growth, the housing market may be in good shape. Read More
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    New Rule Could Mean Mortgage Refunds
    If lenders find they have over-charged borrowers they have two options. They can either issue a refund or be charged hefty penalties from the CFPB. Learn more about how this policy protects borrowers.Read More
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    Mortgage Rates Hit 6 Month Low
    With mortgage rates at their lowest in six months everyone can benefit. Whether you're looking to refinance or buy your first home these rates can't be beat so act fast before they're gone.Read More
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    The Latest on New Home Sales: More Questions than Answers
    The housing market has always been extremely unpredictable and the latest report from the US Census Bureau has brought disappointing news. See what was reported and what it means for the market.Read More
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    2014 Tax Guide for Homeowners (2013 Filing)
    Need some guidance when it comes to filing your taxes for 2014? Here is the full guide from LendingTree. Take a look at all the factors to consider when filing your taxes for this year. Read More
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    The Fed Says: Housing Recovery Slows, Economy Grows
    The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) of the Federal Reserve issued its scheduled statement after its March 19th meeting. The statement highlighted improvements in labor markets, but said that the housing...Read More
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    Senate Outlines Plan for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac
    Leaders of the Senate Banking Committee have agreed on a draft outline for a bill that, if passed, would eventually replace Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac with a new federal agency. The new agency, Federal...Read More
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    Cracks in the Housing Market Foundation
    The housing market is beginning to look like a house with a fresh coat of paint but some cracks in the foundation -- it looks okay on the surface, but there may be some underlying structural problems. It...Read More
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    Mortgage Rates Take a Surprise Turn
    The housing industry spent much of 2013 worrying about how much mortgage rates would rise once the Federal Reserve started unwinding its aggressive stimulus program. Since the Fed started to downshift...Read More
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    Home Loans -- Do New Rules Delay Mortgage Approvals?
    Will home loans be slowed down under new government rules? Don't the new regulations gum-up the application process and delay real estate sales? Mortgage Approvals Happen Faster For most borrowers...Read More