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June 9, 2014   |   Category: College Planning / Loans   |   Author: Tim Manni
Source - HSH The importance of first-time homebuyers to the overall health of the housing market cannot be understated. Today, the percentage of first-time buyers in the market is 29 percent, according to the National Association of Realtors, well below their peak presence of over 50 percent in 2009. One of the main drivers preventing first-time homebuyers from entering the real estate market and taking advantage of historically low mortgage rates is high debt loads, mainly thanks to substantial student loan debts. To find out more about how student loan debt is impacting first-time homebuyers and what can be done about it, we interviewed Bennie D. Waller, Ph.D., professor of finance and real estate at Longwood University and Bernard L. Weinstein, Ph.D., adjunct professor of business economics at Southern Methodist University. Q:...
August 21, 2014   |   Category: Future Planning   |   Author: Joanne Cleaver
Source - U.S. News, Money To remain in the workforce, you can't just keep up – you have to stay a step ahead. Leverage your experience, keep up with industry trends and calibrate your energy to stay active in the workforce after retirement. The prospect of working past the traditional retirement age of 65 has become a post-recession cliché...
October 6, 2014   |   Category: Mortgage Brokering   |   Author: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
If you can’t pay your mortgage, call your servicer right away. Your servicer may be willing to help you if you have missed a payment or are about to miss a payment. However, the further you fall behind in your payments, the harder it will be for you to work out an agreement with your servicer to help you stay...
November 12, 2014   |   Category: Debt Management   |   Author: Federal Trade Commission
Companies have left people’s sensitive personal and financial information in all the wrong places — in dumpsters, on car seats, and even in employees’ backpacks. Now, the FTC has sued two debt sellers for posting spreadsheets with the sensitive information of more than 70,000 people on a public website, making it — along with information about a debt they...

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