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Americans Think Homeownership Is a Sound Investment

A vast majority of Americans believe that buying a home is a solid financial decision, and most believe they could sell their home for at least its initial purchase price, according to a new survey from the National Association of … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss These Homeowner Tax Benefits

One of the most useful yet widely misunderstood benefits of homeownership is tax deductions. Tax deductions are a welcome gift from the government, but if you’re renting, they benefit your landlord, not you. Click here to read article.

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Living Single: Buying a House without a Spouse

Home purchases among single people are a growing trend, as buyers take advantage of low rates and available funds to transition from renting to homeownership. Click here to read article.

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Is It Time to Rent Your Home?

As a homeowner, you may be considering moving up to a larger home or a home in a different area. If you’ve built enough equity, it’s a good time to sell because you can cover closing costs when you sell … Continue reading

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Okay Procrastinators, You Have One More Chance to Refinance

Stop me if you’ve heard this before. Is it time to refinance your mortgage? Okay, just kidding. Don’t stop me. Keep reading. Mortgage rates have been so low for so long that borrowers who could have refinanced likely already have. … Continue reading

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