Month: February 2018

A divorce lawyer shares advice on making the process a little smoother [Video]

Lisa Scherze Personal Finance Editor Yahoo FinanceFebruary 27, 2018 Divorces are — at best — hard for everyone involved. At worst, they are something akin to emotional and financial armageddon. And one of the reasons why divorce can be such a huge financial drag is because it’s so intensely emotional. Sheera Gefen, a divorce attorney …

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Divorce Mortgage Pro Webinar – Knowing Your Mortgage Options During a Divorce – March 8, 2018

How will your divorce impact your mortgage? Will you be able to keep the home? Will you be able to qualify to buy another home? How can will I pay off my departing spouse when I refinance? How will spousal maintenance and child support help me qualify?Will my employment income be enough to qualify? These …

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Freddie Mac: Significant Interest Rate Jump Could Stall Housing Market – Banker & Tradesman

Feb 26, 2018 The housing market could stall if interest rates spike by more than 1.5 percent, according a recently released analysis from Freddie Mac. Freddie Mac delved into the past to review periods when interest rates spiked and analyze the effects on the housing industry and concluded: Based on prior experience, if rates continue to hover …

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Housing market could be in for a shock – Business Insider

Wolf Richter,  Wolf Street flickr/doortoriver Interest rates for mortgages are going up and the new tax law removes some of the tax incentives for homeownership. While the US housing market is still strong, there could be trouble ahead. The average interest rate for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages with a 20% down-payment and with conforming loan balances …

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