Consumers See Greater Home Financing Options 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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Consumers See Greater Home Financing Options

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Consumers See Greater Home Financing Options

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.