Mortgage, US Real Estate

Home builder Lennar offers to help pay off some student's debts with new mortgage deal

By Mike Wheatley | September 29, 2017
Home building firm Lennar Corp. is trying to make it easier for new graduates saddled with student debt to buy a home. The company has just launched a new mortgage product wherein it promises to help young adults
Featured News

Housing affordability, debt, holding back prospective buyers

By Mike Wheatley | February 2, 2017
Affordability pressures, student debt and general confusion about down payment requirements prevented many aspiring homeowners from reaching the market in 2016.
US Real Estate

How Total Debt Affects the Housing Market

By Brian Kline | July 11, 2016
By far, home mortgages remain the biggest share of American consumer debt at $8.854 trillion. However, total consumer debt is at $12.252 trillion. After homes mortgages, the largest debt owed by consumers is college loans at $1.261 trillion. Next comes car debt that stands at $1.071 trillion, followed by credit card debt at $712 billion. […]
Real Estate, US Real Estate

Renters more Burdened by Household Costs than Homeowners

By Mike Wheatley | November 24, 2014
Housing cost burdens are mostly dropping among home owners, but they continue to strain renters, according to a recent analysis by the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies of the data.
Featured News, Mortgage, Real Estate, US Real Estate

Is Debt The Biggest Barrier To Home Ownership?

By Mike Wheatley | November 7, 2014
Debt — like student loans and car payments — can create the biggest barrier to home ownership, more so than saving for a down payment, according to a new analysis by RealtyTrac.
Financial squeeze
US Real Estate

Tips and Tools for Simplifying Your Finances

By Phil Butler | January 16, 2013
One of the most difficult organizational tasks for many people is getting hold of and managing their personal financial data. The economy and other demands on household and personal finance are one thing, but simply organizing bank accounts, credit cards, interest rates, and a myriad of other finances to be juggled... Well, you already understand.
Investing, Mortgage, US Real Estate

Fiscal Cliff "Deal" Highly Unlikely, Grab Your Parachute, Get Ready To Jump

By Donna S. Robinson | December 12, 2012
The idea that President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner are going to come to some sort of legitimate "compromise" to avoid the so called "fiscal cliff" is akin to expecting the NFC and AFC winners to come to a negotiated agreement over which team will be the winner of the superbowl.
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