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2020

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  • How to fix mistakes in your credit report. Your credit report is an important document that determines the amount you can borrow for a home. Your credit score is based on factors found in your credit report and is part of the calculation
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  • Democrats urge Supreme Court to save consumer agency. Democrats are rallying around the consumer protection agency Congress created in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis as conservatives urge the Supreme Court to declare the regulator unconstitutional. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) could
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  • Multifamily housing: An innovative avenue for first-time buyers. Long considered the domain of established real estate investors, multifamily properties increasingly are becoming a popular path to homeownership for some first-time home buyers. Many are millennials priced out of booming property markets in expensive
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  • New York City to force stores to accept cash. From a cup of coffee to a car ride, mobile devices or plastic cards are becoming the preferred, and sometimes exclusive, methods of payment. The City Council is set to approve legislation that would prohibit
 

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