Find out the misconceptions when it comes to foreclosed homes and you can decide whether purchasing a foreclosure it the right choice for you.
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If youâre an existing homeowner or an aspiring one, you may have heard the phrase âhouse poor,â typically uttered by an overextended borrower. It may also serve as a warning to a first-time home buyer. First, letâs define what it means to be house poor. At first glance, it might sound like someone who lives [&hellip
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There are currently 18.2 million veterans in the US and due to their selfless service to our country, there are...
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Big goals can carry price big tags. Whether you plan to buy a home, a new car or treat yourself to a much-needed vacation, youâll need the money. And before you can really start planning for these big expenses, youâll...
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Landlord harassment is when a landlord or property manager willingly creates a situation where a tenant feels uncomfortable, so uncomfortable that they wish to move or terminate a lease agreement. Landlord harassment and tenant harassment are sometimes used interchangeably to refer to a tenant feeling harassed by their landlord. Harassing tenants with the intention of making their living situation so uncomfortable they want to move or terminate a lease agreement is illegal.
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