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Loan applicants should do all they can to polish credit records and raise credit scores in a market where neither buyers nor sellers are in a rush.
Experts typically caution against taking loans from the 401(k), but the strategy has its good points.
With the big gains of the past couple of years, the average U.S. home is now worth what it was in 2004.
A high percentage of cash buyers means there are not enough traditional homebuyers -- such as young marrieds -- suggesting a good economy.
Lower payments obviously means more money in your pocket. But if that's what matters to you, consider it a red flag.
No teen wants to think about retirement. But with their first true 'earned income" comes the opportunity to open an IRA.
Whether it's lifeguarding, flipping burgers or sprucing up the landscape, a summer job can give a teen or early 20-something exposure to working life -- and a start on savings.
One in 10 men and one in five women will suffer dementia, and for those who live past 85, the figure soars to 50%.
A graduate starting a first adult-world job can face a raft of unfamiliar issues. Starting the 40- or 50-year process of saving for retirement is one not to mess up.
Unfortunately, vacation homes are really for people with plenty of money. Lending standards are tight, and you need a big down payment or to pay cash.