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Stark divide in Fairfax, Prince George's counties on underwater mortgages - Washington Business Journal
Washington Business JournalStark divide in Fairfax, Prince George's counties on underwater mortgagesWashington Business JournalThe top 10 cities in Greater Washington with the biggest percentage of mortgages "seriously underwater" — where the combined loan amount secured by the property is at least 25 percent higher than the property's estimated market value — are all ...and more »

Watch Every 2016 Super Bowl Commercial From Drake's T-Mobile Spot To The Running Of The Wiener Dogs — VIDEOS - Bustle
BustleWatch Every 2016 Super Bowl Commercial From Drake's T-Mobile Spot To The Running Of The Wiener Dogs — VIDEOSBustleNot the usual flash and flare, but Quicken Loans is banking on American's being psyched about making getting a mortgage as easy as ordering something from Amazon. ... little Iron Man arc reactors in their chests. Tony Stark is calling his lawyers right ...and more »

Steady economic growth expected for Valley region in 2016, experts say - GazetteNET
GazetteNETSteady economic growth expected for Valley region in 2016, experts sayGazetteNET“That activity is showing up in a stark comparison to last winter,” Goggins said. Heaps said there has been a 25 to 30 percent increase in mortgages and refinancing, and a 35 percent increase in people buying homes. Mortgage rates continue to be steady ...

Flint Water Crisis Creates Stigma, Uncertainty in Real Estate Market - Curbed
CurbedFlint Water Crisis Creates Stigma, Uncertainty in Real Estate MarketCurbedHe feels the problems are just starting to surface with mortgages, and feels the next quarterly sales report should provide a stark assessment of the market. "It's not just the problem of water itself, but the stigma around it," he says. "It ...and more »

Why College Debt Looms Larger On Mortgage Applications - Mortgageorb
MortgageorbWhy College Debt Looms Larger On Mortgage ApplicationsMortgageorbThe chart below from Demyanyk and Kolliner shows, in stark terms, what's happening: Simply put, college debt has grown so burdensome that it's increasingly a barrier to homeownership. Figures from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York show that student ...

With Mortgage Rates Down, You Can Expand Your Home Shopping “Price Range” - The Mortgage Reports (blog)
The Mortgage Reports (blog)With Mortgage Rates Down, You Can Expand Your Home Shopping “Price Range”The Mortgage Reports (blog)And, as mortgage rates drop, the difference between owning and renting will only get more stark. Consider a first-time home buyer who is deciding whether to rent at $2,000 per month for another 12 months; or, to buy a home with mortgage rates at 3.72%.and more »

How American democracy sustains racial inequality - Washington Post
Washington PostHow American democracy sustains racial inequalityWashington PostAfrican Americans are still reeling from a mortgage crisis that claimed nearly a quarter-million of their homes, and from double-digit unemployment rates, hundreds of shuttered and failing schools, and the disillusionment of unrealized progress in a ...and more »

Getting it wrong: Suncoast Parkway set to expand even as it fails to meet projections - Tampabay.com
Tampabay.comGetting it wrong: Suncoast Parkway set to expand even as it fails to meet projectionsTampabay.comBy 2049, the difference is stark. Its 2013 prediction of $29 million dropped to just $16 million in the 2014 forecast. An Aecom planner who worked on the Suncoast 2 projections said the 2014 numbers do take into account Citrus County's slow recovery ...and more »

Don't care about Sunday's Big Game? Here are your 5 enjoyable alternatives - QNS.com (registration)
QNS.com (registration)Don't care about Sunday's Big Game? Here are your 5 enjoyable alternativesQNS.com (registration)Lyons Mortgage Services, Inc. is a trusted lender, helping residents of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut attain the dream of home-ownership for more than a decade and half. At Lyons you are not just a number. Their customer service representatives ...

Taibbi talks about America's 'Divide' - Davis Enterprise
Davis EnterpriseTaibbi talks about America's 'Divide'Davis Enterprise“The Divide” grew from Taibbi watching Wall Street in 2010-11, as it was coming out of the financial crises brought on by the mortgage industry's collapse. Although the Occupy Wall Street movement was directing some attention at the issues, Taibbi was ...

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