Many first-time homeowners are drawn to the ease of owning a condo or a townhouse instead of a house.
Fewer Americans are drawn to the notion of owning a home and plan to keep renting as wages remain stagnant and home prices have risen.
Homeowners who want to pay less interest often opt for 15-year mortgages.
Borrowing money from your 401(k) to fund the down payment of a mortgage has its risks and rewards.
With the Federal Reserve planning to raise interest rates later this year, consumers should take stock of their current debt and consider refinancing or paying down mortgages or credit cards.
Conversion from interest-only payments to principal and interest could pose problems for borrowers, particularly when household budgets remain tight and income gains have been hard to come by.
FHA loans can be a good option for consumers purchasing their first home because they require much smaller down payments.
Ascend Consumer Finance CEO, Steve Carlson, discusses his company's method for adjusting interest rates based on real-time user data.
A new study says homeowners are leaving $5.4 billion in savings because we aren’t refinancing when we can—mainly because we don’t understand how it works (and we’re a little lazy).
With the window to refinance into a sub-4% loan likely closing, it's not good news that even those who claim to know their mortgage rate might be fooling themselves.
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