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    Published 9 December 2019 Prior to the Great Depression of the 1930s, obtaining a mortgage was a challenging task. Down payments were typically 50 percent of the purchase price, loan terms seldom exceeded 10 years, and balloon payments were the order of the day. It wasn’t until the passage of the Federal Home Loan Bank

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    Published 27 January 2019 Prior to the Great Depression of the 1930s, obtaining a mortgage was a challenging task. Down payments were typically 50 percent of the purchase price, loan terms seldom exceeded 10 years, and balloon payments were the order of the day. It wasn’t until the passage of the Federal Home Loan Bank

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    Published 20 October 2017 LAS CRUCES – Foreclosure activity in the U.S. during the third quarter of 2017 fell 13 percent from the second quarter of the year and 35 percent below the third quarter of last year, according to an Oct. 12 report from Attom Data Solutions. Attom is a multi-sourced national property data warehouse that collects

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    Published 25 August 2017 LAS CRUCES – The percentage of distressed Las Cruces-area properties sold by local Realtors through the first seven-plus months of 2017 was just under half of what it was when the when the number of problem properties peaked in 2011, according to statistics pulled from the archives of the Las Cruces Association

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    Published 20 November 2016 Prior to the Great Depression of the 1930s, obtaining a mortgage was a challenging task. Down payments were typically 50 percent of the purchase price, loan terms seldom exceeded 10-years, and balloon payments were the order of the day. It wasn’t until the passage of the Federal Home Loan Bank Act

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