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Virginian-Pilot

Myth busted: Yes, you can buy a house while you're a student
Virginian-Pilot
I have been in school for the past couple of years and don't have the required “two-year work history” needed for a mortgage. Do I qualify? Lenders require a two-year work history because they want, in part, to see you have stability in your employment ...


Sacramento Bee

Citrus Heights woman draws 3-year prison sentence for role in mortgage fraud
Sacramento Bee
To obtain mortgage loans to purchase the properties, Woods also signed and submitted loan applications and other documents that contained false statements as to her income, employment, assets, the purpose of the property, the sales price and whether ...
Citrus Heights real estate agent gets prison term for false loan statementsSacramento Business Journal
Citrus Heights woman sentenced to 3 years in prisonCentral Valley Business Times

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Shawnee Mission Post

Mortgage 101: Self-employment can be great — but can be challenging, too
Shawnee Mission Post
Being self-employed as an owner of Fountain Mortgage, I can make light of the pains of self-employment during tax season. Self-employed borrowers certainly face more underwriting challenges compared to wage-earning or salary-earning borrowers. Most of ...


NerdWallet (blog)

Mortgage Rates Friday, March 10: Moving Higher; Solid Jobs Report Tees Up Fed Rate Hike
NerdWallet (blog)
Thirty-year fixed and 15-year fixed rates moved slightly higher, while 5/1 ARM rates were unchanged today, according to a NerdWallet survey of mortgage rates published by national lenders on Friday morning. The U.S. employment report issued this ...
Current Mortgage Rates Roundup for March 8, 2017Selected Loans
Today's Mortgage Rates Pressured By The Fed, Hot Job MarketThe Mortgage Reports (blog)
Current Mortgage Rates for Friday, March 10, 2017Total Mortgage (blog)
Bankrate.com -National Mortgage Professional Magazine -NerdWallet -NerdWallet
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Job losses impact housing market
Daily Comet
The categories are employment, demographics, mortgage market and house prices. Ayers said demand factors tend to be the most important component. “We take local level data and we compare a certain set of metrics compared to where the typical average ...

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HousingWire (blog)

Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: The dark side of mortgage ...
HousingWire (blog)
Monday Morning Cup of Coffee takes a look at news coming across HousingWire's weekend desk, with more coverage to come on larger issues. Lots of people ...

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Motley Fool

3 Dumb Mistakes to Avoid When Closing on a Mortgage
Motley Fool
Got a job offer you can't refuse? Even if your new gig looks far more lucrative, you're better off first closing on your mortgage and then making a move. The reason? Lenders like to see an established work history when approving borrowers. If you ...

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Crain's Detroit Business

Employees of Gilbert companies tackle some of Detroit's most ...
Crain's Detroit Business
Photo by Chad Livengood/Crain's Detroit Business Darreaux Waddell, archivist for Detroit Public Schools Community District, instructs volunteers from Quicken ...

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Your Mortgage

Job security causes mortgage holders sleepless nights - Your ...
Your Mortgage
Job security is a major source of anxiety for many Australian mortgage holders, with new research showing that 41% of families fear they might not be able to ...

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NEWS.com.au

Australia 2017: Survey finds 36 per cent worried about job security ...
NEWS.com.au
JOB security is chief among the concerns of Australian mortgage holders, with new research revealing 41 per cent of families fear they may not be able to ...

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