Mortgage Default

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    Deutsche Bank (DB) is facing a Federal investigation that could result in $14 billion ...
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    Mortgage payments do not decrease over time in most cases. However, their composition ...
  3. Wells Fargo Launches 3% Mortgage Down Payment ...

    Late last month the lender unveiled a 3% down program.
  4. Bank of America Wins $1.27 Billion 'Hustle' Case ...

    Monday a federal appeals court overturned a $1.27 billion penalty verdict in relation ...
  5. This Big Expense Can Ruin a Retirement

    One of the greatest joys of retirement is being able to relax, knowing that one of ...
  6. Surprising Ways a Mortgage Affects a Credit Score

    It takes a good credit score to get favorable mortgage rates. Then, how you pay a ...
  1. Department of Justice Launches Investigation ...

    Deutsche Bank (DB) is facing a Federal investigation that could result in $14 billion ...
  2. Wells Fargo Launches 3% Mortgage Down Payment ...

    Late last month the lender unveiled a 3% down program.
  3. Bank of America Wins $1.27 Billion 'Hustle' Case ...

    Monday a federal appeals court overturned a $1.27 billion penalty verdict in relation ...
  1. How many mortgage payments can I miss before foreclosure?

    The status of your lender and the condition of your local housing market are some of the factors that determine how many ...
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  3. When did the real estate bubble burst?

    Collapsing home prices from subprime mortgage defaults and risky investments on mortgage-backed securities burst the housing ...
  4. How was the American Dream impacted by the housing market collapse in 2008?

    Learn how the American Dream was impacted by the housing collapse in 2008. Due to the housing collapse, millions ended up ...
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