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Housing Outlook, 2016

Housing Outlook 2016

Prices in most cities are rising moderately, but tight supply is holding back buyers and sellers. By Pat Mertz Esswein Kiplinger’s Personal Finance January 2016 Justin Abbott bought a condo in downtown Omaha before he sold his suburban home. After

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How to Help Your Adult Kids Buy a Home

How to Help Your Adult Kids Buy a Home

How to Help Your Adult Kids Buy a Home By Pat Mertz Esswein, Associate Editor, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance April ‎23, ‎2015 After college, Dan Mazzarini made a beeline for the Big Apple. After working as an interior designer with Michael

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7 Things Home Buyers Hate

7 Things Home Buyers Hate

By Pat Mertz Esswein, Associate Editor, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance September ‎26, ‎2015 As a home seller, you have way too much competition to let little items sabotage a sale. These seven problems are among the biggest buyer turn-offs, and most

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What Will a Mortgage Cost You?

What Will a Mortgage Cost You?

When you’re house hunting, the costs you’re thinking of are probably the sales price of the home or the current interest rates on mortgages—or maybe even the downpayment cost. But there’s a lot of costs that go into a mortgage,

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What kind of mortgage is right for you?

What kind of mortgage is right for you?

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or you’re looking to upgrade, the array of mortgage options available to you can be confusing. We’ll walk you through your options to help you pick the right loan for your financial situation.

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