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Blog Posts in April, 2011

Investors are Picking the Bones of the U.S. Housing Market

According to a March 21 st report by the National Association of Realtors, a record 33% of existing-home sales were made to cash buyers in February of 2011. In October of 2008 when the company started ...
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Is it Time to Buy Again? The Real Estate Market Improves

According to a recent article by Shawn Tully on CNNMoney.com, it looks like it may be time to buy again. After four years of plunging home prices, foreclosure and delinquencies, the real estate market ...
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The Thrill and Worry of Starting a New Job

A recent series of articles by Tamara Keith of NPR ( www.npr.org ) follows one woman's search for a job in today's tough employment market. The most recent installment of the series follows Annica ...
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The Harsh Consequences of Lies in Bankruptcy Court

One of the most important things to remember as a borrower filing for bankruptcy protection is that you must be completely honest in all dealing with the bankruptcy court. These are legal proceedings, ...
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The Three Biggest Bankruptcy Myths: How Filing Will Affect Your Life

There are a number of myths surrounding bankruptcy and how it may affect you as a borrower. Here we will dispel three of the main myths on this important subject: Myth #1: Filing for bankruptcy is a ...
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Unemployment Benefit Applications Fall

Labor Department statistics have indicated the second decline in the number of people seeking unemployment benefits in the past three weeks, according to the most recent statistics from the week ...
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March 2011 Job Report – Moving in the Right Direction

According to CNNMoney.com's latest monthly jobs report, the job market has continued to improve. March 2011 statistics indicate that the unemployment rate dropped down to the lowest percentage since ...
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New Student Loan Study Focuses on More Than Default Rates

A recent report by the Institute for Higher Education Policy has shed light on the burden that student loan borrowers face. The institute went further than other research by looking at students who ...
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2006 Fannie Mae Report Gave Early Foreclosure Warnings

In an internal report back in 2006, Fannie Mae gave early warning of abuses in the handling of foreclosures by lenders and their law firms. This report came long before regulators had launched ...
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