What if I told you that adding some extra cash to each monthly payment could potentially shave months off of your term and save you thousands in interest a month? What if I told you that you could see just exactly how much you could save over the life of your loan with one simple calculator?
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So you wanna refinance or lock in to a new mortgage rate, eh? You may not realize this right now, but mortgage rates are in unchartered territories – in a good way. You also probably didn’t know about all of the great options out there, so take a gander and see if any of these might be right for you.
As you most certainly know – or should know – by now, Hurricane Sandy tore up the east coast like that kid whose mom deactivated his World of Warcraft account. What you might not know is that Freddie Mac found it in the goodness of their heart to suspend evictions and foreclosures in homes secured by Freddie Mac in eligible disaster areas.
Now that Sandy has left her trail of destruction along the east coast and more, many families are left trying to pick up the pieces of their lives and left wondering what to do next. Here are some tidbits of advice for you to help get things squared away.
If you remember correctly, last time we talked about Europe, the whole region was pretty much an economic war zone. Some countries were receiving multibillion-euro bailouts, some countries were begging for multibillion-euro bailouts, and some countries were just hanging out on the outskirts thinking to themselves, “Man, we’re lucky to not be in this mess.” But, where are they now?
The leaves are falling, the kids are chowing down on apples, and everyone is trying to drink as much cider as humanly possible. This time of the year is great for a lot of things: spending time with family, playing some football in the front yard, enjoying the playoff hunt for baseball, and buying a house.
Ben Bernanke ate the fruits of his labor last year. Well, kind of at least. A better way of saying it is that he snacked on a meal that he helped create.
With mortgage rates lower than most people could have ever predicted and more homes being sold on a monthly basis, we could be prepping ourselves for a housing market rebound. Just with any sort of market analysis, you’re going to get the folks who think that everything is fine and dandy, and you’re going to find writers who feel that everything is in a pre-apocalyptic state.
Two of Facebook’s initial investors sold their shares within the past three days to put some more cash into their pockets. They better have some mighty big pockets to fit those millions they just got off of their initial investment.