Fisherman’s Daughter Must Steal a Dragon Egg: Shark Tooth Publishing’s The Stolen Dragon of Quanx Shark Tooth Publishing announces the latest highly anticipated fantasy fiction from Homer Glen, IL, author Becca Mann. Denver, CO, and Homer Glen, IL – Shark Tooth Publishing has published The Stolen Dragon of Quanx: The Eyes Trilogy by Becca Mann. … Continue reading Becca Mann Publishes First Novel in Fantasy Fiction Trilogy!
WASHINGTON -- Average U.S. long-term mortgage rates continued to slide this week, raising prospects of a wave of consumers refinancing their loans. The 30-year mortgage fell further below 4 percent. Mortgage company Freddie Mac said Thursday that the nationwide average for a 30-year loan declined to 3.92 percent from 3.97 percent last week - the … Continue reading Mortgage Rates Continue Slide for Fifth Straight Week
Big purchases often come with big expectations. So it's no wonder that in a recent survey of 2,000 homebuyers, a whopping 80% said they regretted at least one thing about their home. The number one complaint: The home just isn't big enough, mortgage information site HSH.com found. Others complained about a lack of closet space … Continue reading How to avoid homebuyer’s remorse
These days, homebuyers are looking for more than just a pretty face when they make an offer on a home. They want to know they’re putting their hard-earned money into a solid investment. That’s why nearly 84% of homebuyers request a home inspection in their purchase contract. And while most home deals eventually go through … Continue reading 3 Ways to Keep Your Home Inspection From Killing Your Home Sale
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) File just one property claim to your insurer and you can expect to see your premiums soar by hundreds of dollars in some states. On average, filing a single claim -- for anything ranging from a stolen bicycle to tornado damage -- will result in your monthly premium being raised by 9%, … Continue reading One property insurance claim can hike your premiums by hundreds
Student loan debt is preventing millions of Millennials and Gen Xers from buying their first homes -- and that is having a big impact on the housing market. According to one recent analysis, student loan debt has caused an 8% decline in home purchases among Americans ages 20 to 39. That represents $83 billion worth … Continue reading Is student loan debt hurting the housing recovery?
Stagnant income growth and uncertainties about the economy's future have spurred more Americans to putting a tight lid on their monthly spending, according to a new poll. In survey findings released Tuesday, Bankrate.com reported that two-thirds of American consumers are now limiting how much they spend each month. Of those who have had to draw … Continue reading Survey Finds Consumer Spending Tight Despite Financial Security