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Consumers See Greater Home Financing Options

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Consumers See Greater Home Financing Options

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Consumers See Greater Home Financing Options

Consumers See Greater Home Financing Options

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It used to be that the biggest mortgage decision facing homebuyers was pay it off in 15 or 30 years. Now, people in the home-buying market have more options than ever. Jean Chatzky, editor-at-large at Money magazine, talks about the increasingly popular "interest-only" loans. Hear Chatzky and NPR's Renee Montagne.

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