Dear Penny: My Sister Moved in With Dad, Says She Can’t Be Evicted

Dear Penny, I am a 30-year-old who has built a stable and happy life after growing up in a family that was often unstable emotionally and financially. I love them, but as I become more successful, my family needs more and more of my support.  My sister and her son moved into my father’s one-bedroom […]

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2021 Mortgage Rate Predictions: Mostly Flat But More Record Lows Possible

Yet another year is about to come to an end, and that means it’s time to look ahead to what next year has in store. I think just about everyone wants to see the back of 2020, though it wasn’t all bad news. The housing market actually held up surprisingly well, and mortgage lenders enjoyed [&hellip

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Are You a Homeowner Seeking Forbearance on Your Mortgage? Watch Out for These Red Flags

monkeybusinessimages/Getty ImagesHomeowners are asking for breaks on their mortgage payments in droves, as millions of Americans face the prospect of unemployment or reduced income because of the coronanvirus pandemic. But

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Parking Options When Your Community Doesn’t Have a Parking Lot

If you’re unit doesn’t come with parking, there are options.

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Why I’m Grown-Up and Employed, but Still Need Mom to Co-Sign on My Home

Every time I’ve bought or rented a home, I was told that I needed a co-signer. Here’s why this embarrassing scenario is all too common.

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10 Things to Know About Living in Philadelphia

You’ll need to learn Philly before you make the move.

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