Category Archives: Real Estate


Student Loan Debt Negatively Affects Homeownership in the US

We encourage young people to go to college and earn a degree because we know that doing so will dramatically increase their earning potential. However, there is a negative consequence to all of the hard work that students are putting in as they study at universities in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and everywhere else in the……
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Millennials Are Delaying Their First Home Purchase

With more and more millennials putting off buying a house due to mounting debts and rising home costs, real estate agents and home improvement retailers are devising new strategies for targeting this shrinking segment of the home buying market. What many have found is that millennials have different tastes and priorities when it comes to……
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Keeping Your Home When You File for Bankruptcy in New Jersey

When a person files for bankruptcy in New Jersey, it is important for them to understand that there will likely be serious consequences as they embark on a highly complex process. That’s why it is imperative that an individual thinking about seeking bankruptcy protection first speak with a qualified bankruptcy and debt management attorney who……
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US Homeownership Rate at All-Time Low

The homeownership rate in the United States is at its lowest level since 1965, according to a recent report from the US Census Bureau. This is actually an all-time low for homeownership in this country. The main agency of the US Federal Statistical System found that homeownership is down to less than 63 percent. The……
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Bad News for the Garden State: New Jersey Leads Nation in Home Foreclosures

Although home foreclosures are on the decline in many areas throughout the United States, homeowners in New Jersey have not been so fortunate. According to data compiled by RealtyTrac, a major real estate information provider and online marketplace for foreclosed properties, New Jersey actually leads the nation when it comes to foreclosures. Home Foreclosures Down……
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