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Legislating Away Unpleasant Foreclosures

California’s Attorney General has called for a halt to foreclosures in the state. Such a move would gum up the free market, render housing business less efficient, and make investors less likely to put money into housing. Ahh, but it … Continue reading

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Taking Out Your First Mortgage

Taking out your first mortgage will most likely be the most significant financial decision you have ever made. Mortgages have steadily become more expensive over the past six months as the home market has weakened, supply far outrunning demand. The … Continue reading

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California Defaults Down

About 94,000 home owners in California defaulted in the past quarter. Sue McAllister writes: The number of Santa Clara County homeowners who fell behind in their mortgage payments in the third quarter rose 70 percent compared to the same period … Continue reading

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