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Is a Reverse Mortgage Right for You?

In its simplest form, a reverse mortgage is a way to tap into your home’s built-in wealth in the form of a loan. Reverse mortgages are offered to people over the age of 62 as a way to tap into home equity for cash.

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What’s the first step to buying a home?

If you’re asking “What’s the first step to buying a home?” — you’ve probably already made a decision that it’s time to get serious about becoming a homeowner.

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Auto Insurance Basics

If you don’t yet have car insurance, odds are you don't yet know what to look for. Alternatively, you might already have an auto insurance provider but feel like you can do better either in terms of rate or coverage. Either way, there's no reason you need to suffer from subpar auto insurance, especially when you pay so much to protect your wallet in the first place.

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What is a good credit score? Find out how yours stacks up

When it comes to your money, your credit score is one little number that says a lot about not only your past credit history, but also what’s to come when and if you want to borrow money in the future. What is a good credit score, exactly, though? Read on to find out!

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What Affects Car Insurance Rates?

How much you pay for your car insurance isn’t always based on the default price of a plan. Auto insurance providers balance lots of factors when deciding the cost of your deductible and premium amounts before providing you with insurance. Let’s go over the main factors that affect car insurance rates so you know what to expect the next time you negotiate for new auto coverage.

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Rents jump in most of the country’s biggest cities

It’s getting harder and harder to be a renter, it seems. According to new data, rents are now up in 92 percent of the country’s largest cities.

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What is a mortgage refinance, in plain English

Refinancing works by giving a homeowner access to a new mortgage loan which replaces the existing one. The details of the new mortgage loan can be customized by the homeowner, include the new loan’s mortgage rate, loan length in years, and amount borrowed.

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How Can Violations Affect Your Auto Insurance?

Getting a huge fine with the traffic violation is financially straining enough. But your auto insurance can also become suddenly more expensive. Let’s go over how traffic violations can affect your auto insurance and what you can do in the event that this happens to you.

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Where home prices have slowed the most — and one state where prices actually dropped

With the median home price hitting $300,000 for the first time ever last week, choosing your location wisely has never been so important when buying a house. Fortunately, according to new data, there are still a few U.S. locales where home prices are affordable — or even dropping.

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How to refinance to pay off a mortgage faster

There are many reasons that a refinance can help you improve your financial picture. And real financial security comes from having a home with no mortgage. Here’s how to pay off a mortgage faster.

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