At-risk homeowners who modified their mortgages through HAMP to help them stave off foreclosure have a new problem: looming interest rate increases.
Credit & Debt
Free credit scores are available like never before. But are they making things clearer or causing confusion?
Most people know they shouldn’t bounce checks. Besides causing embarrassment, if you don’t deal with a bounced check, it can cause you a lot of problems.
New mortgage rules this year inadvertently created a big problem for those who inherit a home and a mortgage. Now that’s been fixed.
Credit cards numbers are like vehicle identification numbers or VINs, in that each digit has importance.
The rules for buying the most common reverse mortgages are changing to protect borrowers. That’s a mixed blessing, though, and not everyone’s covered.
It can affect your employment, your insurance rates and your medical care, among other facets of your life, and also land you in jail.
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