Monthly Archives: July 2012

Home sweet 727: New use for old jets

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Lifelong layover: Old jets being recycled as homes

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Celebrity real estate: Mariah’s estate, Peyton’s place

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30-year mortgage rate drops to record 3.56 percent

Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages fell again to record lows, giving would-be buyers more incentive to brave the housing market. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac says the average rate on the 30-year loan fell to 3.56 percent. Original post by … Continue reading

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Rising foreclosure risk clouds housing outlook

Many experts, from Warren Buffett to the Wall Street Journal, have been declaring lately an end to the longest and deepest housing bust since the Great Depression. There’s a flea in that balm, however: foreclosures could begin rising again. Original … Continue reading

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The best cities for Millennials

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Reports of mortgage fraud on the decline in 2011

ATLANTA –┬áCases of residential mortgage fraud reported by institutions in the home financing industry fell last year for the second year in a row, according to a new study. Original post by msnbc.com: Real estate

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Agency proposes simple, three-page mortgage form

The new consumer protection agency wants mortgage disclosure forms to be short, simple and in plain English. Proposed forms unveiled this week summarize costs and risks in three pages. Original post by msnbc.com: Real estate

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Real-life lairs a supervillain could love

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Listing of the Week: Converted Rockefeller stable

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