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Today’s top story: Changes are coming to the 2014 mortgage market. Also in the news: The privacy of your credit score, financial predictions for 2014, and how to avoid charitable giving tax mishaps. credit

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This is depressing, regarding the mortgage requirements. We will have no debt except a car payment and it sounds like 20k down (10% for us) is still not “good enough”. I understand they want to be cautious with what happened last time but it’s like, do you want first time home buyers with steady income and low/no debt as customers or not? What I’m getting from this, is “not”. And to say “well save a little longer” sounds good in theory but it also means letting interest rates go up in the mean time. It’s a Catch-22. You can’t win the game anymore.