Month: March 2018

5 Women Share The Biggest Regrets About Their Divorce

“I hate the fact that we threw away a strong history and friendship.”   By Kristin Canning Okay, maybe your divorce isn’t as dramatic as that HBO show with Sarah Jessica Parker. But that doesn’t mean it’s not confusing, emotion, and at times, terrible. Divorce tends to bring out the worst in all parties involved. Think: …

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What to Expect From the Housing Market This Spring – The New York Times

The economics of home buying are getting interesting, thanks to higher mortgage rates, tax changes and a supply-demand imbalance. By Neil Irwin March 28, 2018   This spring’s home sales season is shaping up to be the most interesting one in years. The housing market will depend on which opposing force proves more powerful: long-term fundamentals …

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Five Important Steps to Consider in Advance of Filing for Divorce – Lexology

USA March 9 2018 For some reason, divorces nationwide tend to peak in the springtime. Perhaps it is because of the reluctance of wanting to pursue a dissolution of marriage during the holidays, or perhaps it is the realization that a spouse simply does not want to go through another summer of family vacations, family reunions …

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How mortgage rates affected the cost of buying a house since the 1980s – Business Insider

#Mortgage rates are much lower than they were in the 1980s. Buying a home now is more affordable for millennials than it was for their parents. by Tanza Loudenback Buying a home in America is the most affordable it’s been since 1980, according to new data from Trulia. Mortgage rates have dropped, which increases long-term affordability for …

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How mortgage rates affected the cost of buying a house since the 1980s – Business Insider

Mortgage rates are much lower than they were in the 1980s. Buying a home now is more affordable for millennials than it was for their parents. Tanza Loudenback – Published 3/19 Buying a home in America is the most affordable it’s been since 1980, according to new data from Trulia. Mortgage rates have dropped, which increases long-term …

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Divorce Lawyer: Talk About Divorce When You Get Engaged | Time

By JAMES SEXTON March 8, 2018 James J. Sexton, Esq., is a divorce lawyer and author of the forthcoming If You’re In My Office, It’s Already Too Late: A Divorce Lawyer’s Guide to Staying Together. Congratulations on your engagement! Now, let’s talk about divorce. I know, I know. This is a time for celebration and excitement, not pragmatic …

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These 7 US housing markets are hot right now – Business Insider

Seattle is the hottest market for new construction.   Construction is booming in 7 US cities. Seattle is the hottest market right now. Seven markets are sizzling with new home construction today. We rank these markets based on our Burns Housing Market Hotness Index (see graph below and index description at the bottom), which encompasses fundamental supply/demand factors and our …

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What is mortgage insurance? | Mortgage Rates, Mortgage News and Strategy : The Mortgage Reports

What is mortgage insurance? Mortgage insurance is a policy purchased by the borrower for the benefit of the lender. Mortgage insurance pays the lender if you, the borrower, default on your home loan and cause the lender to lose money. You can avoid paying for mortgage insurance by financing 80 percent or less of the …

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