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Did You Foreclose in the Housing Bust? You may be able to buy sooner than you think!
If you are one of the 9.3 million homeowners who foreclosed, received a deed-in-lieu-of-foreclosure, or short-sold during the recent housing crisis… you may be able to buy a home again sooner than you think. In a recent study of the housing market, The National Association of Realtors (NAR) found that nearly 1 million of...
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Three Ways To Improve Your Finances After Tax Season
Tax day has come and gone… thumbs up to you if you filed your return on time! Bonus points if you already have a plan for your refund. Roughly 75% of tax filers get a refund of some sort, averaging around $2700 for the past few years. Sure, it would be nice to have had that money throughout the...
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5 Important Changes That Will Affect Your Credit Report This Year (maybe)
Thank you New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman! After a year-long investigation and aggressive negotiations, the three big credit reporting companies have some important changes to make. This is a win for consumer rights across the nation… but don’t celebrate just yet. Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax have more than three years to implement the required changes and the burden of proof will still be on the consumers when...
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