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  2. ...raff and keep their home values high, tax deductions for home mortgage interest payments, etc.) So if you are looking for a...

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  3. ...much money in the first place. Mortgage crisis show us that we have... had too much freedom in lending and dealing...count. Not only did Americans financed this mess, but many...

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  5. ...than this time last year and that the qualifications for getting a mortgage are stiffing than they used to be. I don t think that has turned the american dream into a nightmare, but it isn t quit as nice as it used to be, temporarily...

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  8. ...what about common sense to determine whether or not to buy a car/house with one loan/ mortgage versus another? How about to research the candidates to decide how to...

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