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  • This is where Millennials are buying the most homes

    LendingTree reveals which metros have the most Millennial mortgage purchase requests
    In a recent report, LendingTree revealed that between Jan. 1, 2018 and Nov. 25, 2018, about one-fourth of all mortgage purchase requests made on its website came from Millennials. However, these three markets have the largest percentage of Millennial purchase requests.
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  • Mortgage debt or student loans, what's weighing you down?

    Pittsburgh tops the list of cities where people owe more for their education than their homes
    Mortgage debt is traditionally the largest debt Americans hold, but student loans are steadily climbing higher on the list. A recent study by LendingTree seeks to uncover how mortgage debt stacks up against student loan debt, listing the cities where homeowners say the money they owe for their education exceeds the balance on their mortgage.
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  • LendingTree acquires Student Loan Hero

    LendingTree plans to increase its presence in the student loan space
    LendingTree closed on the acquisition of Student Loan Hero, a personal finance website that helps borrowers manage their student debt. Student Loan Hero is led by CEO Andrew Josuweit, who founded the company in 2012 to help manage the nation’s immense student debt burden.
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  • Consumers, here's how you can save $45,000

    According to LendingTree, raising your credit score from fair to very good can save you thousands in cash
    According to a study by LendingTree, raising your credit score from "fair" to "very good" saves $45,283 on a common array of debts. That’s more than the 2016 median earnings in America ($31,334 before taxes).
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  • Housing starts drop 12.3% in June

    Labor and supply holding construction back
    Housing starts fell 12.3% in June, indicating tariffs and taxes are a deterrence to continual growth, according to the latest report from the U.S. Census Bureau. LendingTree Chief Economist Tendayi Kapfidze said although 3-month average building permits are close to the highest level since 2007, labor shortages are weighing on building activity.
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