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A Down Payment for Peace

The U.S. can clearly state the way forward for the Palestinians: they have to make a down payment on peace with Israel.

Hurricane season responsible for 10% of delinquent mortgages

While mortgage payment delinquencies are generally down across the country, they were explainably up in states hit by Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, resulting in a slightly raised annual delinquency rate, according to the October 2017 Black Knight Mortgage Monitor. ...

USDA loans provide great option for home buyers on the edge of suburbia

Do you have clients who have the income and reserves to buy a home, but not the down payment? If they live in the right area, a USDA loan could be a perfect option...

Rising rents are making it harder to save for a home

It's getting harder for younger generations of renters to save to buy their own home, with rising rents gobbling up more and more of their income.  Meanwhile, homeowners are finding their monthly mortgage payments are coming down...

Malaysia’s First of its Kind Rent-to-Own Scheme

Forking out the 10% to 15% down payment for a home and securing a home loan often pose quite a challenge to homebuyers. Continue reading Malaysia’s First of its Kind Rent-to-Own Scheme at Property Portal Watch.

A new California gold rush for homeowners, the poor house for renters

I lived in an apartment until I was 8, when my parents scraped together a down payment and bought a modest little house on a cul-de-sac, taking hold of a deed that was our ticket to the kingdom of suburban California royalty. Housing developments grew out of the dust all around us in eastern Contra...

A new California gold rush for homeowners, the poor house for renters

I lived in an apartment until I was 8, when my parents scraped together a down payment and bought a modest little house on a cul-de-sac, taking hold of a deed that was our ticket to the kingdom of suburban California royalty. Housing developments grew out of the dust all around us in eastern Contra...

What Could You Lose When Delaying Your Home Purchase

There are a lot of reasons that can put off a buyer’s decision to purchase a home. It could be a sudden change of employment, a need to build credit, or perhaps more time to save for down payment. Meanwhile, there are those who justShow More Summary

59% of Small Businesses Need Two Calls to Track a Late Payment

Late customer payments can negatively impact your small business. Tracking that payment down makes it even more of a burden. Here are some tips to help.

Online agent eMoov throws down the gauntlet as it launches ‘no sale, no fee’ payment choice

eMoov has launched a new ‘no sale, no fee’ payment option called ‘Pay Only When Sold’. Continue reading Online agent eMoov throws down the gauntlet as it launches ‘no sale, no fee’ payment choice at Property Portal Watch.

West Virginia is the best place for millennials to buy a house

West Virginia is the best place for millennial homebuyers looking to catch a break from soaring home prices and hefty down payments, according to a new study by GOBankingRates...

Paypal bought the Tio bill pay service and shut them down

In July, PayPal announced that they had completed the purchase of the bill payment service Tio (formerly ChargeSmart).  Now, via Business Wire, it was reported that PayPal suspended Tio’s operations to protect Tio’s customers.  TheyShow More Summary

Aspiring homeowners should save an extra $105 per month in 2018

According to a new report from Zillow, the precipitous rise in down payments needed to purchase a home will accompany the uptick in sales prices...

What rising home prices mean for your down payment

Down payments are a huge obstacle for first-time homebuyers, and it’s only getting worse The housing market has been on a tear since bottoming out after the financial crisis 10 years ago. With little remaining backlog of foreclosed homes...Show More Summary

This Andrei Molodkin x Supreme Sample T-Shirt Costs More Than a Car

Instead of putting a down payment on a house or buying a new car, an anonymous buyer decided to drop $15,000 on this one of a kind Supreme T-shirt, created in collaboration with Russian conceptual artist Andrei Molodkin back in 2003. The shirt, which is red and features a single-tone Meg Ryan print on the front under […]

How payment technology is being disrupted

Believe it or not, online payments are still in their infancy. When you break it down, the ways that we’ve paid before are all somewhat old-fashioned, especially when it comes to infrastructure. As banks have, and still largely are, the focal point of finance, they never found a reason to change their processes. Show More Summary

The unforeseen costs of buying a home

Homeownership is an exciting yet complicated decision that requires adequate financial preparation — it involves more than just a good credit score and a hard-earned down payment. There are lesser-known additional costs to consider when buying a home that people often neglect to take into account. Show More Summary

How to Find First-Time Home Buyer Programs in Your State

If you hope to own a home some day, you may be under the impression that you need to save up for a 20 percent down payment—but the truth is, that's just a myth. READ MORE »

HTC's new financing program lets you grab a shiny new phone for $0 down

$0 down and 0% APR? Not too shabby. As bezels get thinner and cameras get better, prices of today's smartphones also get higher. Monthly payments when buying a phone through a carrier help to make these rising costs more manageable,Show More Summary

HTC Partners With TD Bank for HTC Financing, Buy a New Phone With $0 Down and Low Monthly Payments

2 months agoTechnology / Google : Droid Life

HTC announced HTC Financing this morning in partnership with TD Bank. Similar to other financing programs we’ve seen, HTC Financing can score you a new HTC phone (must be priced at $599+) with $0 down, low monthly payments and 0% APR. Show More Summary

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