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10 tips for first-time homebuyers

How to navigate the real estate market
Homebuyers are caught in a storm of low inventory, high demand and tight credit availability right now. In these market conditions, even simple tactics can make the difference between owning a home or not. For starters, here are 10 tips.
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TransUnion: Student loans do not impact housing

Student debt keeps growing but homebuyers still buying
Despite the level of student loan debt rising to well above $1 trillion, young buyers are not being inhibited from obtaining a mortgage due to their debt, according to a new report from TransUnion. In fact, not only are younger consumers with student debt able to get a mortgage, they are also quite adept at making their payments as well.
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Hey CNBC, shut up about millennials already

Your advice is patronizing, contradictory and just plain wrong
CNBC’s analysts seem to view millennials as a giant homogenous mound of humans who all think the same way, look the same way, do the same things and look at the world in the exact same way. And every day, CNBC’s analysts opine on why millennials aren’t buying homes, or buying stocks or buying whatever else it is that CNBC thinks is important that day.
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Virginia launches investment plan to spur first-time homebuyers

$50,000 cap on investment; $150,000 cap on tax-free earnings
The Virginia Association of Realtors championed the legislation and said the law, called First-time Homebuyer Savings Plans HB331, is designed to “help Virginians prepare for homeownership, remind them how important it is, and improve the long-term health of the housing market.”
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Warren’s student loan bill blocked by Senate Republicans

Is the “crush” of student loan debt here to stay?
The bill is just the latest in a line of legislation to fall victim to the warring parties in Congress. Republicans accused Warren and the Democrats of playing politics by putting the bill forward, knowing that it had little chance to pass.
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