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Want to know why we are headed to a student loan crisis? Look at …
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The housing bubble, the crash, the mortgage meltdown and the financial crisis were all the result of what were called the affordable housing goals, a program that required Fannie and Freddie—two government-backed …

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Adjustable-rate mortgages return with more conservative look
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Rossi and Hempel are part of a small but growing number of homeowners moving away from the traditional, fixed mortgages that dominated the market in the wake of the housing crash — a crash that was fueled, in part, by people borrowing with risky, …

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Mortgage settlement prompts foreclosure victim to look back
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An attorney who works for a housing non-profit helped Burns sue JPMorgan Chase. She won a $20,000 cash settlement. Still, she lost her home and her family had to move, as have more than 150,000 other Minnesotans. By then the enormity of the nation's …

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Mortgage meltdown: A look at three settlements from the housing crisis
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During the foreclosure crisis and resulting fiscal mess, so many mortgage servicing companies refused to work with homeowners that Congress passed the Home Affordable Modification Program, commonly called HAMP. The idea was to offer financial …

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What Would Home Prices Look Like Without the Bubble?
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Due to a lack of competence and too much greed, the nation recently suffered its worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. The meltdown in the real estate market highlighted much of the distress as debris from the housing bubble ripped through …

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London housing crisis: a closer look at those recent housing benefit …
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A think tank has drilled into the detail of the latest government figures and found more than one layer of welfare reform effect.

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17 Countries That Make America Look Good
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The European economy has suffered from many of the same problems as the United States, including credit and housing bubbles, followed by a financial meltdown and patchy economic healing. But Europe has deep structural problems the U.S. generally …

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