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Everything ITT students need to know now that the for-profit school has closed
The abrupt closure of ITT Technical Institutes on Tuesday left 35,000 students without degrees that many took on debt to complete. None of the options available to those students are simple and each comes with its own set of drawbacks.
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EDITORIAL: Loan rates
Student loan program goes down
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Car loans now top $1 trillion as delinquency rates rise
Americans are borrowing more than ever for new and used vehicles, and 30- and 60-day delinquency rates rose slighty last quarter         
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Raid targets millionaire on food stamps
Police are investigating potential theft as well as Medicaid and welfare fraud charges.       
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US car loan debt hits $1.027 trillion as subprime loans increase
Total debt from car loans has surpassed the $1 trillion mark as loan delinquency rates continue to steadily climb. Some believe the heavy presence of subprime and deep prime loans could be shades of the 2007-10 subprime mortgage crisis. Read Full Article at
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Americans are dying with an average of $62K of debt
You’re probably going to die with some debt to your name. Most people do.         
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Judge nixes overseas vacation for Wilmington Trust defendant
DOVER, Del. (AP) - A federal judge overseeing the criminal fraud trial against Wilmington Trust and four former top executives has refused to allow one of the defendants to leave the country. Former controller Kevyn Rakowski sought a change in her pretrial release conditions so she and her husband could ...
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Susan Tompor: There are lots of options for quick-cash fixes
Personal loans are being pitched by Goldman Sachs, RocketLoans and others as ways to pay off high-cost credit cards.        
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Rising mortgage rates, home prices “a double hit” for prospective Denver homeowners
Relatively small interest rate increases boost mortgage payments by nearly 10 percent and curb millennial's borrowing power.
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Quicken, feds square off in court over home loans
The government alleges Quicken ignored “red flags” in dicey home loans that didn’t meet federal standards        
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Quicken, feds to square off in mortgage case
Court filings show Quicken and Justice Department are at impasse, squabbling over evidence        
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Greece says will not accept 'illogical' demands in bailout review
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Saturday he believed the country's drawn-out bailout review would be completed positively but said Athens would not accept "illogical" demands by its lenders.
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India requests Vijay Mallya's extradition from Britain
'Formal request' made for extradition of Vijay Mallya to face trial for financial fraud and defaulting on loan payments.
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Stephen Baldwin’s foreclosed home to be sold at auction
The actor's Upper Grandview, New York home will be sold to the highest bidder at a foreclosure auction on March 16.
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Single women a growing force in the real estate market
Gender, marital status and mortgages don't get a lot of research attention in real estate, but two new reports examine the exceptional role of single women in the home purchase marketplace and the challenges they face in getting a loan. A couple of highlights: • Single women are statistically better...
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30-year mortgage rate jumps up to almost 4%
The average for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage jumped to 3.94% from 3.57% last week.         
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Money 101: Here's everything we know about Trump's student debt plans
The lowdown on how Trump would tackle college debt.       
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Mortgage rates surge, but homebuyers advised to be patient
With mortgage rates surging following the election win of Donald Trump, homebuyers may feel compelled to snap up loans before rates rocket even higher. But housing experts say consumers shouldn't get carried away by the post-election wave.
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County Boost Fund awards $1.65 million in small business loans
An East Towson lacrosse equipment and products company is one of the latest Baltimore County small businesses to win funding from the county's Boost Fund, a two-year-old loan program. "We know that small businesses have to be nimble, creative and dedicated to staying competitive," County Executive...
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OneWest Bank shut out nonwhite borrowers, advocates say
Two California advocacy groups have asked federal housing regulators to investigate Pasadena’s OneWest Bank over allegations that it discriminated against or failed to serve minority communities. The allegations lodged with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development build on a multitude of...
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Critics say HUD sales of delinquent mortgages are hurting, not helping
The federal government has sold thousands of delinquent Maryland mortgages to private investors through a controversial program that critics argue hurts homeowners and contributes to Baltimore's vacancy problem.Now they're mounting a campaign to try to change the program established by the U.S....
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Nevada treasurer says real issue with payday loans is ‘who has access and on what terms’
While different groups debate the impact of payday lenders, Nevada is looking at ways to regulate the industry in the Silver State.
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Fair Game: In Wells Fargo’s Bogus Accounts, Echoes of Foreclosure Abuses
The bank’s practice of opening fake accounts and charging customers fees to do so has parallels with its mistreatment of some borrowers after the financial crisis.
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What should ITT Tech students do now? Counseling is offered
Displaced ITT Tech students at five campuses that closed in Michigan can receive one-on-one counseling via new program.        
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Sen. Kelly Ayotte: My record of standing up for students
As someone who put myself through law school and paid off student loans, I know what it’s like to plan your finances around your debt and work to pay it off. That’s why I’m so disappointed that outside, third-party special interest groups that are backing Gov. Maggie Hassan are continuing their misl...
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New refi program helps small businesses
Those who qualify for the program can receive up to 90 percent financing at a low fixed rate for 20 years.
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Car loans now top $1 trillion
Americans are borrowing more than ever for new and used vehicles, and 30- and 60-day delinquency rates rose slighty last quarter         
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There is a ‘free lunch’ with student loans
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Lending money to family? Make sure to get it in writing
Create a loan document with details like the terms, rates and penalties.        
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Owner refinances Merchandise Mart debt in $675 million deal
Merchandise Mart owner Vornado Realty Trust has refinanced debt on the booming office building in a $675 million deal. The five-year, interest-only loan allows Vornado, which will retire a prior $550 million loan, to pocket $124 million in net proceeds after closing costs, according to the New York company. Vornado paid $550 million in cash […]
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Almost a fifth of SBA loans to Illinois businesses hurt by 9/11 have gone bad
After the 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the U.S. government approved low-interest loans to more than 140 Illinois businesses that said the fallout from Sept. 11 took an economic toll on their operations. Many of the "economic injury disaster loans" went to travel-related businesses...
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Mortgage: Reverse mortgages: How do they work?
Reverse mortgages often are considered a last-resort source of income, but they have become a planning tool for cash-strapped homeowners. [...] loans enable seniors age 62 and older to access a portion of their home equity without having to move. Steven Sass, program director at the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, said a reverse mortgage makes sense for people who: Some people even use a reverse mortgage to eliminate their existing mortgage and improve their monthly cash flow, said Peter Bell, president and CEO of the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association. "In some cases, people may have an immediate need to pay off debt, or they may have had some unexpected expenses like a home repair or health care situation," Bell said. Retirees typically use cash to supplement income, pay for health care expenses, pay off debt or finance home improvement jobs. According to the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association, several factors determine the amount of funds you are eligible to receive through a reverse mortgage: Retirees with an adjustable-rate mortgage can collect their payments on a reverse mortgage as a lump sum, fixed monthly payment, line of credit or some combination.
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