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Tag Archives: mortgage
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) finalized an update to its mortgage disclosure rules, including an amendment clarifying that it’s appropriate for real estate brokers or agents to receive copies of their clients’ Closing Disclosure. The Know Before You Owe … Continue reading
Texas homeowners have less mortgage debt than the rest of the U.S. thanks to home prices below the national average, according to the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University. Since 1978, the price of a home in Texas purchased … Continue reading
Changes to how student loan debt is treated by government-backed mortgage entity Fannie Mae could benefit homeowners and homebuyers alike. Fannie Mae has announced two changes that affect homebuyers: Those who participate in federal reduced-payment plans will have their actual … Continue reading