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Tenant law varies from state to state and city to city. Assuming your roommate is not on the lease, your best option is simply to ask him to leave. If ...
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How can I refinance my home?

When you refinance, you want to trade in your current mortgage for a cheaper one. The first thing to do is make sure you qualify for refinancing. You should also ...
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Will I qualify for a mortgage loan if I’ve filed bankruptcy in the past?

While you won’t qualify for a mortgage loan soon after your bankruptcy, that doesn’t mean you will never qualify. It takes longer to qualify for a conventional loan, but you ...
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Buying a short sale home

Purchasing a short sale home isn’t the same as buying a foreclosed property, since the owner is actually selling the home to avoid foreclosure. It takes longer than a conventional ...
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How do I find a mortgage lender in my area?

Call each lender in your area and ask what their lowest interest rate is. Once you've gathered several quotes, start interviewing the mortgage lenders with the best rates. Keep in ...
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Do I have to inform the mortgage lender if I want to sell my home?

You don’t have to tell your mortgage provider that you plan to sell, but you do have to settle your outstanding loan when the home is sold. You might want ...
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Is it better to use a mortgage broker or choose a specific lender and apply with them?

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What is the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act?

The federal Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) requires mortgage lenders to report information regarding their mortgage activity. Report data to the HMDA Any financial institution that originated a minimum of ...
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Can I negotiate closing costs?

You can negotiate closing costs, but you can't avoid them completely. And some closing costs are negotiable, and some are not. You can negotiate the attorney fees, messenger fees, commissions, ...
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