NextAdvisor Blog - Mortgage

Fed Expected to Raise Interest Rates: How This Impacts You

This week, the Fed will meet to discuss the economy and decide whether or not to raise interest rates. Learn how this might affect you in the coming months.
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Does ‘Good Debt’ Exist?

Is there a such thing as good debt? We dig into the characteristics that may qualify a mortgage, credit card, student loan or other credit line as good.
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6 Reasons Your Loan or New Credit Application Was Denied

Anytime you submit a new loan or credit application, there's a chance you might be denied. Here are the most common reasons and how to avoid them.
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What Happens to Debt When You Die?

Do you ever wonder what happens to debt when you die? Learn what becomes of outstanding credit card, student loan and other debt after death.
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What are Credit Reports and Credit Scores?

Everyone knows credit reports and scores are important, but do they actually know what they are? We explain what they are as well as how you can check them.
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Homebuyers Beware: Ongoing Mortgage Scam Puts Home Sales at Risk

Read about an ongoing mortgage scam that tricks homebuyers into giving away their settlement costs and bank account information to fraudsters.
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What is Home Equity and Why is It Important?

Are you curious about what home equity is and why it's important? Find out, plus learn what your home equity impacts and how to leverage it.
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Credit Reports 101: How to Check Your Credit Reports

Are you one of the one-third of Americans that has never checked their credit reports? Learn how to check your credit reports in this guide.
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How Common are Credit Report Errors?

Although you've likely heard of credit report errors, you may think they don't impact you. Find out how common they are and learn how to spot them.
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What Gets Reported to Your Credit Reports (and What Doesn’t)?

Not sure what gets reported to your credit reports and what doesn't? Read our guide to figure out exactly what winds up on your financial permanent record.
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