The President wants to spend trillions to modernize American infrastructure and shore up support for children and families, paid for with tax hikes on corporations and the ultra-wealthy.
With the pause in repayment of federal student loans due to end Sept. 30th, the issue is very much still alive, even if it’s not baked into the budget.
Today’s mortgage and refinance rates Average mortgage rates inched a little higher yesterday. But they ended the week just a touch lower than on Monday morning. Mortgage rate movements next
Today’s mortgage and refinance rates Average mortgage rates rose moderately yesterday. But that wiped out only about half the gains made over the preceding days’ falls. So things are still
The White House will release a $6 trillion budget plan amid complaints from the GOP about wasteful spending and ruinous debt, but their guy also added to the national debt big time.
When should you lock a mortgage rate? Ideally, after you’re approved for the loan and found the lender offering your lowest rate.
Today’s mortgage and refinance rates Average mortgage rates inched lower yesterday. That makes four consecutive business days of falls: three small ones and a more worthwhile one. Unfortunately, that great
The $6 trillion budget plan would take spending to the highest level since World War II.
A total of 24 red states have already decided to stop paying the supplement.
Today’s mortgage and refinance rates Average mortgage rates fell further than expected yesterday. We’ll have to wait to see whether this is just one of those blips that are a