While there is still a long way to go, women have made significant strides over the last few decades to achieve greater equality in education,Â earningsÂ and business ownership. According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2019, 57.4% of … Continue reading →
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A cash-out refinance is one way for homeowners to access a lump-sum of cash. The process involves borrowing a new mortgage for a larger amount than the existing mortgage. The borrower receives the difference in cash. It is only possible to do a cash-out refinance if the borrower has sufficient equity (ownership) in their home. […]
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Right now is a fantastic time to be looking for a new apartment home in Washington, DC. The past few years’ construction boom has added a surplus of apartment inventory to the market. The result of extra apartment inventory = move-in specials! If you are willing to commit to a longer lease term you can […]
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Posted To: MND NewsWireBlack Knight reports a second increase in the number of loans in pandemic related forbearance plans in as many weeks. Forborne loans rose by 21,000 during the week ended February 23 after falling below 2.7 million for the first time since last April earlier this month. The company said such mid-month increases have been typical in recent months. At of the end of the reporting period there were 2.7 million homeowners in active plans, 5.1 percent of those with a mortgage, and representing an aggregate unpaid balance of $537 billion. The largest increase in active plans was among those serviced for bank portfolios and private label securities (PLS) which grew by 16,000 loans or 2.4 percent growth. The number of VA an FHA loans in forbearance rose by 7,000 or 0.6 percent. The combined Fannie Mae...(read more)