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The multigenerational household was a fairly common occurrence until the 1950s, when it gave up ground to the lure of the suburban development and the rise of the nuclear family. Times have changed, and with them a greater appreciation for multigenerational living. Read More
Whether you live in a drought-prone area, want to reduce your utility bills, or wish to simply lower your environmental footprint this summer, there are many small adjustments you and your family can make to reduce your water and energy use. Water You Waiting For? Depending on where you live, you may not have given your water habits much thought. Read More
When you are about to make the largest purchase of your life, you need someone who will not only find you a low rate, but who gets the significance and wants to help you succeed in the most affordable way possible. After all, the terms of your mortgage will impact your household finances for years to come. Read More
There are two major themes in the market today: 1) buy stocks and 2) buy gold and bonds. Typically they don’t happen simultaneously and that should be cause for concern. Read More

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MBS RECAP: Not The Kind of Green Day We Like

Posted To: MBS Commentary

Bonds ended in the green today, albeit just barely . Normally that wouldn't be a bad thing, but today's example leaves a bit to be desired. I should start off by saying that today could have been much worse than it was. Indeed, any time we can avoid ending in the red these days is an opportunity to count blessings. With those disclaimers out of the way, I'll get back to the lament . At the simplest level, generally negative trends generally continued. Case in point: In other words, we may have technically been in positive territory versus the 5pm levels from Friday, but we can all agree those 5pm levels were ridiculously unpleasant. The mid-day turn around occurred A) right on a pivot point with Thursday's highs B) immediately following the European close,and C) immediately...(read more)

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HUD Provides Availability Info for Shutdown

Posted To: MND NewsWire

With a stop-gap funding bill likely to be approved tonight, the following will not be germane for long, but it could serve as a template for the next potential shutdown. FHA's Office of Single Family Housing has provided a lengthy list of the availability of services, processes, and technical support, and we have cherry picked what seems to be the most important information for our audience. The FHA Resource Center's online online FAQ site has been updated to include additional information about operations and systems availability during the shutdown (use the keyword "shutdown".) It will not be updated further until the shutdown ends. The Resource Center's email ( answers@hud.gov ) and phone (800-225-5342.) will also be available to provide general, but not case specific, information, as will...(read more)

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