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With the U.S. economy in recession because of the coronavirus pandemic, mortgage rates have plunged.
The fine print appears murky, and its implementation will be rife with challenges.
Lost your 401(k) match? Then it may be time to reassess your financial picture.
It’s going to be a competitive labor market.
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The Fed keeps the party rolling for borrowers.
Following the 12 presidential elections since 1972, rates rose six times and fell six times.
The plan includes direct aid to taxpayers: $1,200 to individuals and $500 per child and dependent adult.
Billions that could have been placed in reserves have been taken by the federal government.
The return to normalcy could happen later — rather than sooner.
Closing costs pose a hurdle to homeowners thinking about a refi.
If the coronavirus has left you without income, you may be able to find loan relief.
A buyer can back out if the home doesn’t look as good in person as it did online.
Some forecasts suggest a resurgence in coronavirus cases could tip the financial system over again.
Some 19 million eligible homeowners can cut their monthly mortgage payments.