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The move from a 5 percent down payment could increase the ability of creditworthy but cash-strapped consumers to become homeowners.
A greater percentage of people 60 or older have student loans and the average amount of loans has increased to $27,168 from $14,696 in 2005.
As Americans live longer, it’s important to take steps to get the most out of those years.
Heather Murray suggests percentages of income that should go to housing, transportation, savings and debt.
Their average education spending per child jumped 35 percent to $5,210 a year during the recession compared with the two preceding years.
The BMW offers such intuitive controls and handles so well that it’s like being one with the road.
Smart cards with microchips are on the way: What you need to know.
Gold’s “crazy cousin” has dropped significantly in value, and some experts fear the worst is yet to come.
Some highlights on smart cards:
In the Q5, it’s less than perfect, but that’s not the engine’s fault.
Scan a product’s bar code with this smartphone app -- and up pops a record of campaign contributions made by the company.
Understanding reverse mortgages and their implications are important in avoiding surprises later.
The aging of the U.S. population will put long-term care into focus.
Words such as “fresh,” “real,” and “artisinal” sound appealing but often are marketing tactics.