Foreclosure and Buying a Foreclosed Home: A Guide

A mortgage is a type of secured loan, with the house serving as collateral. Technically, a borrower owns the house as soon as they sign the mortgage contract, but if they fail to meet their monthly repayments and any other obligations, the lender may seek to secure the asset. This process is known as foreclosure. […]

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One Important Phone Call You Should Make Before You Buy A House

Any house that you buy “used” has a history to it, and that history may affect your finances. Here’s one key call you can make to check out your new home.

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Best Cities for Diversity in STEM – 2020 Edition

Over the past 30 years, employment in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) jobs has grown by almost 80%, according to a recent figure from Pew Research Center. However, there is still significant disparity in representation across gender lines and … Continue reading →

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Mortgage Rates Hit Another 50-Year Low. Should You Buy?

The average 30-year mortgage rate broke record lows (again) at 2.65%, according to Freddie Mac. This marks the 22 weeks in a row that the average rate has been under 3% and the 17th time records have been broken since the start of 2020. Three of the records were broken in December alone. In response […]

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Mortgage Rates Hit Another 50-Year Low. Should You Buy?

The average 30-year mortgage rate broke record lows (again) at 2.65%, according to Freddie Mac. This marks the 22 weeks in a row that the average rate has been under 3% and the 17th time records have been broken since the start of 2020. Three of the records were broken in December alone. In response […]

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