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  • 30 yr fixed mtg 3.75% Change

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    3.76%

  • 15 yr fixed mtg 2.97% Change

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    2.96%

  • 30 yr fixed jumbo 4.11% Change

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    4.08%

  • 15 yr fixed jumbo 3.69% Change

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    3.65%

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  • CD Rates

  • 1 yr CD 1.42% Change

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    1.42%

  • 2 yr CD 1.60% Change

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    1.61%

  • 3 yr CD 1.73% Change

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    1.74%

  • 5 yr CD 2.13% Change

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    2.13%

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Financial Advice

  • elderly couple 6 costs to expect when caring for aging parents

    Having an elderly parent live with you in your home can be much cheaper than moving mom or dad into an independent or assisted-living facility. But having another person in your home will still bring extra expenses.

    August 21st 2017

  • House on calculator Should you pay extra on your mortgage?

    Paying down debt is always a good idea. It will reduce the amount you pay in interest and shorten the length of your loan. But it might not be the wisest use of your money until you've done these three things.

    August 18th 2017

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  • woman and a fever line Mistakes to avoid when investing in CDs

    With the Federal Reserve finally ready to push interest rates higher over the next few years, a new era of rising returns is upon us. Will you be ready to profit from that?

    August 18th 2017

  • man surrounded by falling money 7 ways to measure your financial success

    Just as blood pressure and cholesterol are valuable measures of your physical well-being, we've come up with the critical numbers you need to track the state of your financial health.

    August 17th 2017

  • Elderly man and younger woman holding mortgage Dying with a mortgage: What happens to your home?

    The simplest, most likely answer is that your heirs will be allowed to assume your loan and keep the home as long as they make the payments. But, as you'll see, nothing is simple in estate law.

    August 17th 2017

  • Five golden eggs, expecting a return on their 401(k) What kind of return can we expect from a 401(k)?

    Something like 5% or 6% a year is reasonable, and long-term returns from 10 big mutual funds often found in 401(k) retirement plans show you could make even more than that.

    August 16th 2017

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