Reverse Mortgages

If you own your home, a reverse mortgage loan will pay you in monthly advances or through a line of credit. Reverse mortgages convert home equity into cash with no repayment required for as long as borrowers live in their homes. Because of the complex nature of reverse mortgages, you may wish to seek the advice of an attorney, financial advisor or accountant before taking out this type of loan.
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Refinancing Tax

Refinancing you home loan can save you money and often reduce your monthly payments. If you take cash away from a refinancing, be sure the new loan balance isn't more than the original price of the property. If it is larger, your interest payments may not be tax-deductable.
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Fixing Your Credit History

Simple mistakes are easily corrected by writing to the reporting company, pointing out the error, and providing proof of the mistake. You can also request to have your own comments added to explain problems. For example, if you made a payment late due to illness, explain that for the record. Lenders are usually understanding about legitimate problems.
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