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Prepayment penalties are an important feature in home equity lines and some mortgages. In the below article we discuss aspects of prepayment penalties that home buyers should consider.

http://www.knowyourbank.com/mortgages/what-is-a-prepayment-penalty/

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Here is our most recent article on home loan options. We layout some of the differences between fixed rate and adjustable rate mortgages and what are the general terms you will see...

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Learn how and why credit scores are an important step to getting a mortgage.

http://www.knowyourbank.com/mortgages/credit-scores-and-mortgages/

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bookmark this if you haven't already - the largest collection of personal finance blog feeds I know of... http://personal-finance.alltop.com/

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Fill in the blanks! I saved $__ today (or this week) by _____  
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I saved $__ today (or this week) by _____ 
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Have you heard about this extremely controversial proposal? I'd be interested to hear your take.

Do you think it doesn't really matter much OR would you rather be able to save more than a couple million? via +Bargaineering 

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Have you heard about this extremely controversial proposal? I'd be interested to hear your take.

Do you think it doesn't really matter much OR would you rather be able to save more than a couple million?

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So true, and since tablets are usually cheaper than laptops or desk top pcs, it's even smarter to use a tablet in terms of saving money!

This is really similar to what's going with phones, and how more and more folks just have cell phones (no need for a home phone anymore). 

With this, plus the advent of Google Glass, It seems like fewer and fewer folks will need an actual computer in the next few years...do you agree?
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