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Foreclosure is a serious thing – your home is on the line. For that reason, the laws surrounding foreclosure are designed to make sure that the process is as fair as possible. One of the most important aspects of foreclosure law (and laws about debts in general) is that the bank or other company that’s
It’s tax season, which means it’s time to figure out your deductions. If you’re a homeowner, you need to know about the mortgage interest deduction and how it can save you some cash on your taxes. What Is The Mortgage Interest Deduction? Home mortgage interest refers to interest paid on a loan secured by either
Buying a home isn’t easy – you have to put together a down payment, get through the whole mortgage application process, actually find the house, and close the deal. Then you have to pay your mortgage every month. You’ve worked hard to purchase your home and you’re working hard to continue to pay it off.
You’ve graduated from college, started your career, and now you’re thinking about buying a home of your own. But what if you’re still paying off your student debt? Here’s what you need to know about buying a house with student loans. Down Payment And Cash Flow The first and most obvious concern about taking out
Your home may be the single most expensive purchase you ever make. For most folks, paying in cash isn’t an option. Most of us take out a mortgage loan to buy a house. If you’re planning to borrow the money, how much do you need to buy that home? If you want to buy a