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Help arrives for (some) underwater homeowners

by , and Apr 15, 2016
Mortgage holders who are delinquent and hold too much debt get a federal break .
An eviction team removes furniture during a home foreclosure on September 21, 2011 in Longmont, Colorado. 
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Household debt is rising, but still below 2008 levels

by Annie Baxter Feb 12, 2016
Mortgage balances and student loan debt have been on the rise.
Final Note

Who let the cats out? Russia did.

by Kai Ryssdal Aug 28, 2014
Russia is lending cats out to people taking out mortgages because of Russian lore.

Rising risk in mortgage market

by Jeff Tyler May 27, 2014
A stress test for new mortgages reveals higher chances for a market correction.

How your mortgage is related to the debt ceiling

by , and Feb 12, 2014
...not to mention the Federal Reserve and treasury yields.

Why we can't let go of the fixed-rate mortgage

by Adriene Hill Nov 26, 2013
There's a financial cost to mortgages that stay at the same interest rate for 30 years, but there are also social benefits.

Who thought 30-year mortgages were a good thing?

by Adriene Hill Nov 25, 2013
Lending money for 30 years at a fixed interest rate isn't attractive to banks. So how did 30-year fixed-rate mortgages come to be the standard?

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What did $13 billion just buy J.P. Morgan?

by Mark Garrison Nov 19, 2013
Most banks with legal exposure to the financial crisis are dealing with the lawsuits one-by-one. Not J.P. Morgan Chase.
Final Note

Bank of America and Countrywide's "Hustle"

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 23, 2013
A jury in Manahattan found Bank of America guilty of a single count of civil fraud related to defective mortgages sold by Countrywide Financial.

Housing is back, so why the mortgage layoffs?

by David Weinberg Sep 24, 2013
The S&P Case Shiller home price index indicates that housing prices continue to recover.