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Don't Overpay. Learn About Mortgages

    Average Cost of Renters Insurance Will Shock You

    Almost 60% of renters don't carry rental insurance, but it only costs an average of $16 per month. Even on a tight budget, giving up a few coffeehouse visits could be worth the protection you receive.

    Study: Average Down Payment on a House

    Down payments aren't as big as you might think. 20% is not required. Don't assume you can't buy a home without 20% down. Read our report to see how others made homeownership a reality.

    Study: Average Cost of Homeowners Insurance

    Homeowners insurance rates are seeing an all-time high. Check out our report to learn the truth about the rates.

    Study: Average Mortgage Payment

    The average mortgage payment is on the rise at $758 a month. Can you afford a mortgage? Read on for the surprising mortgage payment facts and trends.

    Bad Credit Home Loans: What You Need to Know

    Yes, you can still buy a home with bad credit. You may not pay outrageous rates and fees either. Even better news: subprime lenders aren't your only option. Many mainstream programs exist today. We discuss your options below.

    Loan Origination Fee: What You Need to Know

    One of the many charges you'll see when getting a mortgage is the loan origination fee. What is it, and how can you minimize it? We'll tell you all about it.

    Should I Buy a House? Pros and Cons

    Is owning a house right for you? It depends on your mindset, financial situation, and future goals. We help you figure out if you're ready to buy.

    How to Choose a Mortgage Lender

    The right mortgage lender is more than just about the lowest rate. There are other factors to consider. Here's how to wisely choose a lender.

    Low-Income Home Loans: How You Can Buy a House

    Even if you have a lower income, there are a variety of loan options to make home buying affordable for you. Learn about the options and how to qualify.

    What Does Prequalify for a Mortgage Mean?

    When you're told you have prequalified for a mortgage, it can give you some confidence about buying a home - but not much else. Here's what it means.

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