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Archive for March, 2014 (Page 2)

5 Things Not to do Before Applying for a Mortgage

Closing credit card accounts, buying a new car, changing jobs…these things won’t necessarily ruin your chances of getting a mortgage, but avoiding them is probably a good idea. Read on to find out why.

What is the FHA’s “Back to Work” Program?

If you are having trouble paying your mortgage due to extenuating life circumstances, you may be eligible for the FHA’s Back to Work assistance program. Read our latest blog post to learn more.

House flipping profits increased last year

House flipping increased last year, along with average gross profits. Is now the time to invest in real estate? Check out which markets had the biggest year-over-year home flipping increases.

How to Benefit the Most from Buying a Foreclosure

Buying a foreclosure can be a great way to snag a home at a low price. But with the foreclosure discount falling and fewer distressed homes to choose from, it helps to arm yourself with the right knowledge before you enter the market.

Did the polar vortex affect the housing market?

Did brutal winter weather hold back home sales? Did the polar vortex cause home prices to fall? You may be surprised to learn how the market fared during the nationwide cold snap!

10 Hot Housing Markets for 2014

Seattle, Raleigh, Salt Lake City… These are just a few of the hottest housing markets for 2014. Read on for the full list and details on each market.

Obama Administration Releases February Housing Scorecard

Check out a few highlights from the Obama Administration’s most recent Housing Scorecard. See how programs like HARP have been performing and how mortgage servicers are doing with their quarterly assessments.

Consumer Spending Rebounds in February

Consumers average daily spending increased in February. Could this signal a healthier economy? Or is it simply making up for the lower-than-average spending in January?