Some would say that subprime loans are back. But they’re not like the subprime loans that gained notoriety during the housing bust.
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As you work to pay off debt, save and get your financial life on track, it’s not uncommon to find old, counterproductive habits undermining your progress. Here’s how to change them.
Today’s rapid growth in the price of homes has some people talking about a housing “bubble” again.
Researchers have been looking for years at results from nicotine patches and gum, classes, buddies, medicines and behavioral techniques. Here’s what works and what doesn’t.
The concern is that many boomers are using reverse mortgages to drain their home equity too early, leaving them nothing to fall back on in 15 or 20 years.
Alternatives to a full-blown funeral and burial are much more accepted these days, and they’re much less expensive.
These signs will likely tell you whether the home you’re considering will make you happy in the future and whether its value will hold.