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News Tagged - 'foreclosures'

Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac Mortgages, Announcements & Scandals


With Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, it’s akin to “two steps forward and one step back” as the agencies improve in some areas and deal with scandals in other areas.

IFR: Problems Grow, Lawsuit Next?

May 9, 2013

The disorganized and embarrassing known as IFR continues to fall apart as Rust Consulting admits to sending wrong checks out this week.

Good Payment Practices? Bank of America Rewards You

March 7, 2013

Bank of America has a new credit card offer, but with all of its bad publicity, is $100 a year for on time payments enough to turn the tide?

Your Credit Scores Used by Insurance Companies

February 21, 2013

That late credit card payment could cost you more than a late charge and higher credit card APR, it could be the reason you can’t get insurance.

Benefits and Pitfalls of Rapid Rescoring

January 15, 2013

Rapid rescoring is a tool mortgage brokers use to help consumers qualify for a home loan. It can’t be used, though, for credit card or student loan approvals.

Bridge Loans & 5 Reasons They’re Worthwhile

September 5, 2012

It’s no secret these days that Americans are struggling with the credit ratings. Many are rebuilding after a devastating few years, courtesy of the recession and others are recovering from job losses and foreclosures. Either way, you might can benefit …

What Really Happened in the 2008 Financial Crisis?

August 7, 2012

Rogue bankers, subprime mortgages and a series of events perfectly timed for disaster – these are all part of the reason for the recent recession, dubbed the worse since the Great Depression.