LendingTree Announces It Will Add Tree Lending Services to Its Marketplace

April 1: Consumers will soon be able to borrow trees from LendingTree’s new farmer lender network.

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3 Surprising Cities Where Millennials Are Buying Homes

Instead of heading south, millennials are flocking to Boston, Pittsburgh and Washington. Here’s why.

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Mortgages With 3 Percent Down Gain Traction

Mortgages seem to have trends, and right now, mortgages with just 3 percent down are gaining traction. Get the details here.

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Is This as Low as Mortgage Rates are Going to Go?

Mortgage rates began 2016 with a healthy drop; see what factors may determine whether or not they continue to fall.

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New Condo Standards For FHA Mortgages Loom Ahead

There’s an effort on Capitol Hill to make FHA mortgages easier to get for condo borrowers, an effort which is likely to succeed. How do we know?

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Don’t Look Now, but Mortgage Debt is Getting Scary Again

Rising mortgage debt levels are retracing the steps that led to the housing crisis; see how you can avoid following the wrong steps with your home loan.

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Mortgage Rates Inch Above 4 Percent to End 2015

Mortgage rates moved above 4 percent at the end of 2015; see why this might be just the beginning of a trend, and what you can do about it.

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The 10 Cities with the Best and Worst Credit Scores 2015

LendingTree’s study of the best and worst credit scores 2015 shows you which areas are thriving, and which are in an economic quagmire.

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Home Equity Line of Credit Mortgages Take Off

Home equity line of credit mortgages regained their popularity last year because of rising home values. Here’s how you can use HELOCs to your advantage.

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What Really Happened to 2015 Mortgage Rates

Higher mortgage rates were expected in 2015 but they never happened. Here’s why — and also a look at what may take place in 2016.

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