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24 percent of California households could afford to buy the house at an average price of $ 814,580 in the third quarter of 2021, up from 23 percent in the second quarter of 2021, but less than 28 percent in the third quarter of 2020.A minimum annual income of $ 148,400 was required to make monthly payments of $...
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Some borrowers learn that FHA mortgage loans are federally secured and guaranteed by the FHA and the HUD, which can lead to certain assumptions about the nature of a federally secured mortgage.One of the misconceptions about FHA home loans is that because of their state affiliation, they either have an income limit or are otherwise needs-based.Some borrowers may confuse...
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By design, reverse mortgages are meant to make retirement easier — and keep people in their homes.Nelson Haynes, who worked at Deering Savings & Loan in Portland, Maine, is traditionally credited with creating the first reverse mortgage back in 1961. He wanted to help the widowed wife of his high school football coach stay in her home after her...
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