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Refinance Now – Mortgage Rates May Go Up by March 2010

November 25, 2009

The government has been keeping interest rates artificially low for over a year. That may end March 2010. Analysts see rates going above 6%.

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Mortgage Loan Volume Sluggish Despite Low Mortgage Rates

November 22, 2009

Average US mortgage rates are approaching near-record lows, but continued concerns about unemployment contribute to sluggish mortgage loan applications.

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Get Help With Personal Financial Matters

November 18, 2009

The economy has made a huge shift in the last two years. Find out what you should have learned.

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Will FHA Need a Bailout?

November 16, 2009

FHA cash reerves have fallen to about one-half percent of total FHA loans insured, which is prompting concerns that the FHA may need a taxpayer bailout and / or tighten its loan requirements.

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Debt Relief Means Saving More Money

November 11, 2009

As America sheds an overwhelming debt burden, saving more money becomes a new priority.

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Low Mortgage Rates: Extended Tax Credit Provides Advantage to More Buyers

November 10, 2009

Would-be homebuyers gained inspiration as Congress extended the federal tax credit program for homebuyers until June 30, 2010. The combined benefits of the tax credit, low mortgage rates, and lower home prices provides strong incentive for homebuyers.

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Credit Card Debt Consolidation: A Smart Move Before Interest Rates Increase

November 4, 2009

The Federal Open Market Committee decided today not to raise their targetted interest rate. However, most economist believe raising rates will happen. It is just a matter of time.

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Your Refinance: Tips for Getting Competitive Mortgage Rates

November 3, 2009

Looking for a refinance mortgage? Here are some tips for understanding how mortgage rates can vary from published mortgage rates.

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