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Reverse Mortgages Backfiring on Some Seniors
CNBC.com
As America's population ages, the hard sell is on for reverse mortgages. Promising happier days ahead, the former "Fonz," actor Henry Winkler, is giving the hard sell in relentless television ads. But the housing crash and the fiscal state of today's

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Pop: Average 30-year mortgage rate tops 4%
USA TODAY
Higher interest rates are taking a bite out of mortgage demand. Mortgage applications fell 11.5% last week from the week before as the average rate for a 30-year fixed rate loan topped 4% — the highest in more than a year, the Mortgage Bankers

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How Rising Mortgage Rates Could Affect The Housing Recovery
Forbes
Mortgage interest rates are rising. In the week ending May 30, the 30-year fixed rate mortgage clocked 3.81%, its highest level in a year, according to Freddie Mac. That's 15% higher than the 3.31% record low set in November of 2012 and almost 14
Mortgages back above 4%Washington Business Journal
Mortgage Applications Drop as Interest Rates SurgeCNBC.com
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No Money Down Mortgages in Martha's Vineyard
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Ira Stoll at the Future of Capitalism blog has come across an article on "Home Buying 101" in the spring of 2013 "Real Estate & Homes" supplement to the Vineyard Gazette. A local mortgage broker by the name of Polly K. Bassett is quoted as touting how.
Martha's Vineyard homebuyers can obtain no-money-down mortgagesHousing Wire

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