There are a lot of creative ways to make an extra buck. Unfortunately for Emerson College sophomore Jack Worth, his way may have been a little too creative.
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The Federal Reserve has finally raised interest rates by 0.25%. Discover how this will affect your savings account and/or your mortgage.
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After the down payment hurdle is cleared, mortgage payments tend to be lower than rent.
Life in up-and-coming cities like Raleigh, Jacksonville and Memphis might not be quite as inexpensive as you’ve heard. At least not if you are a renter.
One good measure of affordability is this: How much of your paycheck do you spend on housing every month? Experts have traditionally pegged 30% as an optimal amount — people who spend more than that might be considered “housing poor” — though that number is fairly random, and the real answer is “it depends.
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Boomerang buyers who experienced a foreclosure or short sale during the housing crisis seven years ago may now be eligible to buy a home, but preparation to become an owner again is needed.