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Top 5 Arguments Couples Should Avoid During the Homebuying Process

Buying a house together is a huge step for couples to take. It represents one of the largest purchases they will make in their lifetime, and a financial commitment that could span 20 or 30 years. In December 2017, the … Continue reading

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FHA: Fewer Home Approvals

The Federal Housing Administration suffered a 27% drop in market share from fiscal 2010 numbers. Department of Housing and Urban Development numbers show that while FHA refinance volume has increased by 9% since August, the 12% drag on purchase production … Continue reading

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Should Banks Maintain Foreclosed Homes?

See our own Neena Vlamis interviewed on Fox News speaking to this hot topic. Should Banks Maintain Foreclosed Homes?: MyFoxCHICAGO.com Illinois Residential Mortgage Licensee #MB.0006638 FL#MLD288 IN#11122 IA#2006-0064 MA#MC5413 MI#FL0012625 WI #19291BA NMLS# 19291\nCopyright 2011 aandnmortgage.com All rights Reserved. Privacy … Continue reading

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