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Many Americans still see homeownership as a pillar of the American Dream, and buying a home is first on their list of financial priorities.  But ...

The housing news has sounded awfully schizophrenic recently – it’s up, it’s down, it’s a cause for concern, it’s fueling the economy recovery… what’s really ...

The last big "real estate buying" period for both residential and commercial real estate properties nationwide was around 2007/2008.  As real estate investors we should ...

The new Good Faith Estimate makes its debut January 1, 2010. Expanded from 1page to 3, the legislators responsible for the new Good Faith Estimate want ...

Tighter mortgage guidelines since late-2008 are forcing home buyers to make bigger downpayments.  Anecdotally, the change has led to a surge in buyers taking gifts of ...

The economic downturn, rise in unemployment to nearly two-decade highs, and tightening of lending standards have forced many American families to default on their mortgages ...

The Pareto Principle is a statistical concept most commonly known as the 80/20 Rule.