Are FHA Mortgage Rate Cuts in the Works?

FHA mortgages are hot and there’s a good chance they may soon become hotter. See below if FHA rate cuts are in the works.

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Compare Mortgages and Get Real Quotes On-the-Go with LendingTree’s Updated Mortgage App

LendingTree recently released an updated version of its Mortgage Calculator mobile application for both Apple and Android operating systems.

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Recent Mortgage Rate Rises May Be a Sign of Things to Come

Mortgage rates have moved higher in recent weeks; see why there is reason to believe there are more rate increases on the way.

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Final Count: 373,000 Reservations for the Tesla Model 3. Have You Thought About Getting One?

The Tesla Model 3 was revealed in March 2016 and as of May 15, Tesla confirmed that there are a total of 373,000 reservations. Are you getting one?

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Mortgages: Is Better Credit Reporting on the Way?

If you want to get a mortgage you need to have solid credit, and now Congress is considering a plan to creater a better reporting system.

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Found Card Skimmers Give Further Boon to Needing Chip Credit Cards

Credit card skimmers have been used at some of the most popular retailers, making it more important to start using chip credit cards.

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How Readily Can the Average Worker Afford Home Ownership in Each State?

See how the affordability of home ownership in each state compares with median incomes in those states.

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Auto Loans Becoming More Popular Among Millennials and These Are Their 10 Favorite Cars

Younger people are increasingly interested in buying cars and taking out more auto loans, according to a new study by LendingTree.

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VIDEO: Fox News Debate, What Is It Going to Take to Get This Economy Going?
May 24, 2016 – LendingTree CEO, Doug Lebda, shares his perspective on the current economy and political environment, and discusses the future of business and finance regulation. Read more
Mortgage Market Poised for a Very Good Year

Mortgage rates are looking good in 2016, in large measure because expected problems did not arise. Here’s why.

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