Buying a home for the first time is often the biggest financial decision one makes in their lives. How’s that for pressure? Chances are that you may have heard in the media recently about 1 out of every 3 young adults aged 18 to 31 are still living at home with their parents. This is […]

Since the housing boom bubble burst in 2006 millions of families in the US have been hit by mortgage foreclosures. Losing you home can be devastating, there are no two ways about it, but there are certain steps that you can take to avoid mortgage foreclosure as far as is possible. Mortgage foreclosure is essentially […]

Last week a study came out saying that 61% of people asked still believe that they want to buy a home and that they see it as a great investment. I hate to bring people down, especially since I’d love to see the housing market recover, but that’s just not reality. by James Thompson via […]

Isn’t anyone else making news these days besides Citigroup? In a surprise move, Citigroup announced today that they will be suspending foreclosures for a month to give a break to their borrowers for the holidays. Of course, that magnanimous offer doesn’t cover a heck of a lot of people. They estimate that, overall, it will […]

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