Chase is sending certain homeowners unexpected letters that offer to cut their payments by hundreds a month. It’s not a scam.
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With mortgage interest rates matching or beating their record lows, there’s never been a better time to finance a house. But will rates fall further?
The warehouse store can now help you get your own house. Their program’s already helped thousands.
This week: part-time jobs with benefits, a look at biweekly mortgage payments, how to get more enjoyment out of life, why you shouldn’t co-sign loans, and dealing with a wayward dog.
A percentage point difference on a mortgage rate could mean tens of thousands. That’s why it’s important to use online rate searches – but not until you understand how they work.
Hit by the superstorm? Have a mortgage with Freddie Mac? You may get a little relief…
Owning a home offers a sense of freedom and independence. But that’s all an illusion until you polish off the mortgage, so here are some ways to do it faster.
If you can lower the interest rate on your $200,000 30-year mortgage from 6 percent to 3.5, over the life of the loan you’ll keep $100,000 that would otherwise have gone to your lender. Don’t have good enough credit or enough equity to refinance? If the White House has its way, there’s help ahead.
A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: frugal acts of kindness, avoiding 401(k) fees, baby bonds, online shopping tips, and a refinancing warning.
Should you use a cash-back or rewards credit card? Buy or lease a car? Give your kids allowance or pay for chores? Here are the quick answers to some common money questions.
Getting a mortgage is the biggest financial decision most of us are likely to make in our lifetime. Here’s how to avoid the biggest mistakes.
This week: tips for Cyber Monday, lies people tell themselves on Black Friday, how to plan for retirement, how to get a house for nothing, and 10 tips for free or cheap plane tickets.
Is your home worth less than you owe? Was it foreclosed between 2008 and 2011? Was your loan serviced by one of the five biggest lenders? You may be entitled to a chunk of one of the biggest civil settlements in history.
Today we answer a couple of questions, including how to make extra money blogging and how to avoid paying for private mortgage insurance.
When the government realized one of its mortgage refinance programs wasn’t helping enough people, it changed the rules. Find out if you qualify for the revamped Home Affordable Refinance Program, which could save you thousands.
She’s got good credit, but her lender refuses to refinance her mortgage. If it would lower her payments, why wouldn’t they be happy to do it? Here’s some sound advice for anyone who borrows.
There are few purchases more costly, or emotional, than buying a home. Here’s how to do the math to see what you can afford, workarounds if you don’t have enough, and a reminder to keep your ego on the sidelines.
We all do it: sign up for services that suck money monthly from our accounts, then forget about them. How much are you wasting on things you could pay less for or drop entirely?
If you rely on online interest rate searches to give you the best rates on savings accounts, mortgages, car loans, or credit cards, you really need to read this.
If you can refinance a $200,000, 30-year mortgage from 7 percent to 4 percent, you’ll end up $135,000 richer. But refinancing these days is a minefield. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could pick up the phone and call an expert for free help to get it done? As it happens, you can. Here’s some advice and an 800 number.