From the monthly archives: January 2012

Becoming a homeowner is a huge responsibility— but it’s also a huge opportunity to invest in your future. Becoming a homeowner means you will no longer have to pay monthly rent for the roof over your head. The check you write each month would go towards your future investment, not your landlord’s. If you’re […]

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Your credit score can determine what interest rate you’ll end up paying for consumer loans, auto loans and your mortgage.  Your credit score figures into how much you’ll pay for your homeowners and auto insurance.  And yes, your credit score may be used to determine if you get hired for the new job you […]

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There’s something innately appealing about a new home. You get to design it –from the floor to the ceiling and everything in between –to your taste. Buying a home from a builder is similar in a lot of ways. You are able to choose the style, size, and any number of upgrades to make […]

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Metlife Home Loans is laying off most of their 4,300 employees that are associated with mortgage loan origination and EXITING THE MORTGAGE ORIGINATION BUSINESS ALTOGETHER! The Bloomberg article announcing this is below.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-01-10/metlife-most-of-4-300-at-mortgage-unit-to-lose-jobs.html

Previously, Bank of America had announced that it was eliminating 30,000 (with 4 zeroes) employees in the next few years. Citigroup […]

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