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What is a Successful Divorce?

A successful divorce settlement is a result of putting the pieces of the puzzle together in such a manner that both divorcing parties come out of the divorce whole or at least on the road to recovery. But how do you get there? Divorce and mortgage financing concerns are often a touchy subject in divorce situations. Particularly when one spouse is dependent upon income awarded from the divorce for mortgage qualifying purposes and also when contingent liabilities are present, such as a jointly...

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Weighing Financial Options:Comparing 15 and 30 Year Loans

There are several mortgage plans that Americans can secure, from VA to FHA loans. Each one varies in terms of loan terms leading to various loan rates and eligibility prerequisites. This means that there’s an ideal loan for everyone, regardless of their financial situation. Most mortgages will generally boil down to two different plans: the 30- or 15-year mortgage rate. However, the simple difference in contract duration isn’t the only thing that differentiates one from the other....

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Debunking Misconceptions About Mortgage Refinancing

Given the way mortgage rates have dropped with the state of the world, it's no surprise that many people are refinancing their mortgages. Mortgage refinancing is a crucial part of any home purchase, whether it's your first time or not. When it comes to refinancing, any hesitation is probably because of the numerous misconceptions and myths that have come about. Here are some of the most common misconceptions about mortgage refinancing, debunked: Getting mortgage refinancing means that your...

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5 Strategies for Paying Your Mortgage Off Early

Whether you want to save on interest payments, avoid debt in retirement or just feel the thrill of complete ownership, there are plenty of reasons to pay off your mortgage loan early. Yet because a house is typically the largest purchase most Americans make, an early pay-off may seem impossible. Instead of choking on that enormous goal, here are five bite-size strategies to help you succeed little by little.

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