Pauline Millard oversees the Your Money vertical for Chase's Brand Newsroom. She started her career at The Associated Press and writes about personal finance and careers.
The thing about retirement savings is that there’s no substitute for starting early—and it can be incredibly difficult to make up for lost time.
We spoke to agents around the country and got some of their best insights, things they are probably too polite to say around clients to help you better negotiate the home-buying process.
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The amount of money you owe versus the amount you bring home is called your debt-to-income ratio, or DTI. If your DTI is too high, lenders may worry you can’t afford to make the monthly mortgage payments.