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Buying a home as-is: the pros and cons
The U.S. residential real estate frenzy may be starting to calm down, but it remains a hot seller’s market out there — and in such climates, house-hunters often see properties listed for sale...

Angel Oak posts 2Q loss due to non-QM market uncertainty
Real estate investment trust Angel Oak Mortgage recorded its second consecutive quarterly loss as continued economic upheaval affected its operations. Angel Oak Mortgage lost $52.1 million for the...

Latest mortgage news: 30-year rate edges up
The average rate on 30-year mortgages rose to 5.59 percent this week, up from 5.55 percent the previous week, according to Bankrate’s national survey of large lenders. Meanwhile, the Labor...

Best no-penalty CD rates — August 2022
Most CDs have one characteristic that consumers don’t like: penalties for early withdrawals. No-penalty CDs, however, are an exception. These certificates of deposit may provide a higher fixed yield...

Financial guide for the unemployed: 14 steps to take if you’ve lost your job
Cracks are starting to show in a job market that, on paper, still looks like it should be the strongest in a lifetime — posing real risks to the U.S. economy and Americans’ wallets. Contributing to...

Best jumbo money market rates — August 2022
Jumbo money market accounts are worth considering if you have at least $100,000 in cash that you wish to keep liquid and want to earn a competitive rate. What is a jumbo money market account? Like...

What is a foreclosure? How it works and how to avoid it
If you fall behind on several mortgage payments, your lender may begin the foreclosure process, which can lead to months of financial and emotional stress, and even result in the loss of your...

Best 10-year CD rates – August 2022
Compared to savings accounts and short-term time deposits, 10-year certificates of deposit offer more competitive interest rates. They’re also virtually risk-free and guarantee a specific rate of...

Hidden costs of buying a home
If you’re planning to buy a new home soon, you’ve likely given some thought to the maximum price you can pay and the down payment you can offer. And if you plan to finance the purchase, the monthly...

Instant Reaction: CPI Inflation, August 10, 2022
Has consumer price inflation peaked? More importantly, has the mortgage rate peaked? The slight deceleration in the latest reading suggests this, especially considering the sustained decline in oil...