Higher interest rates and higher home values could raise the monthly cost of purchasing a home significantly in many cites next year, real estate website Zillow says.
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has partnered with the FTC to protect distressed homeowners from fraudulent loan modification companies.
Seniors who own homes may be surprised to find they have cheaper, safer options than a reverse mortgage.
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You knew a foreclosure in the neighborhood could bring down property values or make it hard to sell a nearby home. But how about clotheslines, sex offenders, bad smells and bad test scores?
At-risk homeowners who modified their mortgages through HAMP to help them stave off foreclosure have a new problem: looming interest rate increases.
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