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Economic shifts in US, China batter global markets
http://www.business-standard.com/article/markets/economic-shifts-in-us-china-batter-global-markets-114012500777_1.html
The ascent of developing countries over the last decade has been fuelled by two global trends: the steady rise of China and the willingness of the Federal Reserve to stimulate the economy. Now, with both trends starting to retreat, investors have

What to expect from Parliament's return on Monday, from Senate clashes to ...
http://news.nationalpost.com/2014/01/24/what-to-expect-as-from-parliaments-return-on-monday-from-senate-clashes-to-redrafting-prostitution-laws/
What to expect from Parliament's return on Monday, from Senate clashes to ... “The cornerstone, of course, of the spring session will be the budget,” government House leader Peter Van Loan said Friday in an interview. Saul Loeb / AFP / Getty Images. Pipeline decisions: Tough questions will be asked about the Northern Gateway 

The Wind Around Wendy
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jim-moore/the-wind-around-wendy_b_4662001.html
This is nowhere near accurate, it should be mentioned; Jeff Davis was anything but a "sugar daddy" and Wendy was also involved in taking out and paying off loans to fund her law degree. Regardless, how could they not see this coming down Congress

Economic Shifts in US and China Batter Markets
http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2014/01/24/a-worldwide-market-slump-gains-traction/
Updated, 9:20 p.m. | The ascent of developing countries over the last decade has been fueled by two global trends: the steady rise of China and the willingness of the Federal Reserve to stimulate the economy. Now, with both trends starting to retreat, 

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Percentage of Millennial Home Purchases Continued to Increase in June, According to Latest Ellie Mae Millennial ...

Conventional loans remained attractive among Millennials, representing 69 percent of all loans closed in June, a slight uptick from 68 percent in May. FHA loans represented 27 percent of all closed loans to this generation, down one percentage point from the month prior. This is significantly higher than the Ellie Mae June Origination Insight Report data which showed FHA loans represented 20 percent of closed loans in the month for borrowers of all ages.

Average Millennial borrower FICO scores across all loan types rose slightly in June to an average of 723, up from 721 which held steady March through May. For purchases, the average FICO score was 746 for a conventional loan, 681 for an FHA loan and 744 for a VA loan.

“As it remains a competitive, purchase-centric market, we will continue to keep a close eye on the purchase trends amongst Millennials,” said Joe Tyrrell, Ellie Mae’s executive vice president of corporate strategy. “This new generation of homebuyers wants the capability of an on-demand mortgage, and we are working to provide borrowers a convenient and secure digital mortgage offering that makes the homebuying process a seamless experience.

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Is to pay off your high-interest-rate debt first. Those credit card rates of 20% or higher are much more costly to you than a 5% mortgage or car loan. Keep old accounts open -- You can't control the overall length of your credit history too much, but you can be sure to not close out old credit card accounts, as older histories are more valuable. Similarly, if you have, say, a three-year car loan and you're thinking of paying it all off at once, know that it can help your credit score to keep that loan on the books for the full three years, with the record showing that all payments were made in a timely fashion. Opening new credit card accounts can hurt your score, as it will lower the average age of your credit accounts.  Rate shop in two to six weeks -- If you're shopping for a mortgage or anything that results in your credit score being looked up by a lender, try to do so within two to six weeks. A lot of inquiries can lower your score temporarily, but less so if they're

Chad Cappiello loan officer for Ascent Home Loans.R these people a scam or fraud?

I have been talking to Chad Cappiello of Ascent Home Loans for a home modification.He called me,I don't know where he got my number,anyway I need to know If I am not falling into a scam or fraud.


SCAM
whenever someone wants CASH upfront RUN RUN.
call your lender and talk to them for free.