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Back On Track: The Housing Market Is Changing For The Better

Posted by Stacie Shelton

Apr 19, 2013 9:30:00 AM

The housing market is improving much faster than anyone would have expected a year ago. Nationally, the prices of homes increased by 10% since February of 2012. However, many in the industry think that this may be cause for concern. They are nervous that the fast pace of recovery will cause another bubble.

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Topics: Data Facts blog, wordpress blog, Data Facts, Mortgage loan, Mortgage, Credit Score, Mortgage compliance, short sale, mortgage fraud, finances, credit history, Mortgage triggering, Strong password, FHA, mortgage news

7 Steps to Protect Your Finances During a Divorce

Posted by Susan McCullah

Aug 1, 2012 8:42:00 AM

We all hope it never happens to us. The “D” word. Divorce.

It's a sad fact that lots of marriages end in divorce, and sometimes the relationship is contentious and hostile. If you are facing divorce, protect yourself and your finances with these simple tips:

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Topics: Data Facts blog, wordpress blog, Mortgage loan, Mortgage, divorce, Credit Score, Collection accounts, Collections, finances, credit cards, credit history, Strong password, 7 steps, Password protection

Identity Theft: The Newest Open Door to Thieves

Posted by datafactssolutions

Jan 19, 2012 1:01:00 PM

ID theft continues to be a rampant and expensive crime in the U.S. Purse-snatching, dumpster diving, and mail stealing are all ways that criminals steal your identity. These thieves can then use your credit cards, social security number, and other personal information to rack up charges, open new accounts, and even apply for jobs!

Identity theft and ways to combat it have been topics of many tv and printed articles. You have probably viewed or read some of these tips and even implemented a few of them into your habits. So you are protected, right?

Uh, probably not.

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Topics: Identity theft 2012, Identity theft, wordpress blog, Data Facts, Strong password, Password protection

Why a Strong Password is Your Best Friend

Posted by datafactssolutions

Aug 24, 2011 9:36:00 AM

Your best friend would always protect you and never let you down. The same should be said of your passwords.

In today’s world, the average person needs 28 passwords. You need passwords for your bank, email, social network, bills, and any online ordering accounts. THEN you really rack up the passwords for different logins at work. It can get mind boggling to remember all the passwords that you use in a day’s time.

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Topics: Identity theft, Strong password, Password protection

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