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8 Places to Go When Your Mortgage Lender Says No

New mortgage rules draw some pretty clear lines about who should — and shouldn’t — get a mortgage. If you fall outside the lines and your lender says no, you have eight other options. Read More

Weather Slows Home Sales in December 2013

Cold and snow kept home shoppers out of the market in December. Read More

Why I Love My Bathroom-in-a-Box

Lisa Kaplan Gordon's new basement bathroom

Go from zero to bathroom in just a few clicks with Lowe's "bathroom-in-a-box" -- a great option for folks who love good design but hate making all the decisions. Image: Lisa Kaplan Gordon for HouseLogic

If you love good design but can’t get there yourself, Lowes’ ready-to-go bathrooms could be for you. They were for me, and this is why. Read More

Home Sales Hit 7-Year High

Home sales surged in 2013 even as prices continued to rise in all regions of the country. Read More

Want to Complain About Your Lousy Mortgage Closing?

Mortgage closing table

Have a closing table horror story? The CFPB wants to hear it. They're collecting complaints through Feb. 7 to help determine and solve consumers' biggest closing problems. Image: Andrea Wiggins

A consumer watchdog wants homeowner feedback — by Feb. 7 — on hellish settlements to make the process better for all. Read More

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