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  • VA loan myths that hurt buyers and sellers

    VA loan myths that hurt buyers and sellers
    Some home sellers don't want to deal with would-be buyers who plan to get a loan guaranteed by the Department of Veterans Affairs. But those sellers could be shooting themselves in the foot.
  • New Jersey firm in line for whistleblower payout in Bank of America settlement

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. A New Jersey-based mortgage company is in line for a whistleblower payout as part of Bank of America's $16.65 billion settlement in August over the bank's packaging of mortgage loans into securities, according to court and settlement...

    Home buyer resolutions for 2015

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin The real estate world turned again in 2014, and suddenly buyers are finding themselves scrambling to get their offer accepted. At the low end of the market, real estate investors have snapped up all the cheapest...

    New down-payment considerations for 1st-time buyers

    First-time homebuyers now have more options when it comes to getting a mortgage with a low down payment. The only question is how many of those buyers — who tend to be young, often in their early 30s — will actually benefit from the loans....

    What landlords should know about service animals

    What landlords should know about service animals
    Q: I own a small apartment building that has always been advertised as: "No pets allowed." Recently, a man applied for a rental and told me he needs a small dog for his mental health. I know I have to allow a service dog, but am I also obligated to...