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The Canadian couple on my television screen tours a small home on the north shore of the Dominican Republic.
The veteran, who pre-qualified for the loan, had already paid for a home inspection and appraisal before being told he didn't qualify.
They say you should never work with children or animals but Principality Building Society has teamed up with a school in Wales to find out what children think about homes.
Many of us don't have the option of buying a home during the process of divorce due to financial constraints.
Vicki and Stefan Nogaj say when they buy a house they want to make sure it's where they want to stay for the next.
Hollywood practically has a cottage industry on this theme. People buy a house thinking it's just fine, and then everything goes horribly wrong.
Last week, SFGate ran a piece on what it costs to buy a home around the Bay Area .
In prime London, $1 million will buy a home measuring just 271 square feet, according to real-estate firm Knight Frank.
The cost of your education isn't just evident in your student loan debt. No, in fact, there is an ulterior cost lurking in the mix: the possibility of being ineligible for a mortgage.
Is it easy to buy a house in the Netherlands? Is it wise given that you might not stay here forever? What kind of mortgages are available? Attend the free housing seminar by ABN AMRO, the leading bank for expats in the Netherlands, and have all your questions answered! On September 25, the ABN AMRO International Client Desk Amsterdam is organising ... (more)
Closing on a home is supposed to be the happy, celebratory, "I did it!" moment of the often-stressful process of buying a house .
Washington, DC, United States - Sales of new homes dropped to its four-month low in July, an indication that the U.S. real estate sector has lost its momentum to help the economy grow faster.
Fueled by strong single- and multifamily growth, nationwide housing starts rose 15.7 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.093 million units in July, the highest level since November 2013, according to newly released figures from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U.S. Census Bureau.
The National Party's proposed home loan subsidies could help many young people into their first homes - although experts warn that the extra money will also push up house prices.
Editor's note: In 1990, The Oregonian's series "Blueprint for a Slum" identified bank practices that limited opportunities for homeownership in North and inner Northeast Portland, center of the city's African American community.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 03:25 am
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