September 22, 2020
How To Spot The Best Auto Loan Rates

Buying a car can be stressful. Most Americans are not in the position to simply pay cash for a vehicle. At least a portion will need to be financed. It is convenient to simply work through the dealership and use their financing agent. However, that is not necessarily the best deal. Just like you shopped […]

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September 15, 2020
Buying A House With Student Loans; The Survival Guide

You have graduated college and managed to get and keep a solid job. You are interested in putting down roots including buying a house. Alas! You look at the statement about how much student loan debt you have accumulated and you wonder if home ownership is really in your future. Debt Ratio Lenders look at […]

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September 15, 2020
Auto Loan Rates Explained To A Child

Children are incredibly observant; even when you think they are not paying attention. It is very likely that they will overhear you discussing financial issues. At any age, it is a good idea to explain purchasing power, credit, and loans. A good place to start is with an auto loan and the interest rates associated […]

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September 15, 2020
5 Part Formula Needed When Applying For A Home Loan

Looking for a new or first house is a very exciting process.  Applying for the home mortgage can be very stressful.  There is a process you can use to make the loan process easier to navigate and then put all your effort into finding just the right place for you and your family. Before You […]

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August 31, 2020
The 3 Best Way To Consolidate Credit Card Debt

Credit Card Debt - It Can Be Overcome When you're in credit card debt, interest gradually accrues. If you pay the minimum payment on a loan, by the time you've paid it off, interest may very well have doubled (or even more than doubled) the initial amount you were responsible for. If you took out […]

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August 31, 2020
What Exactly Is An Adjustable Rate Mortgage?

Selecting the type of mortgage (ex. adjustable rate mortgage) you need to cover the expense of a new home can be difficult. There is a lot of confusing financial jargon to sort through. This makes it especially difficult when the type of mortgage sounds like financial jargon. Sometimes the process can give you a headache, […]

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August 30, 2020
Should You Refinance Your Home During COVID-19 Pandemic?

There's no denying we are living in very strange times. There hasn't been a situation like the current COVID-19 virus since the Spanish Flu 100 years ago. In order to help with financing interest rates have seen a steady decline over the last several months. This includes interest rates on new loans and mortgages. Depending […]

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August 28, 2020
How to Lower insurance Costs Before Buying a Your Next Car

Car insurance rates have always been the hidden expense to owning a vehicle. Beyond the sticker price and whatever interest you pay with your car loan, your interest rates can potentially add hundreds of dollars to your monthly ownership bill. If you're considering a new vehicle purchase in the coming months now is the perfect […]

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August 27, 2020
COVID-19 Credit Card and Debt Relief Options

We are living in unprecedented times. For many of us that means going on without full-time jobs, living off of unemployment, or taking odd jobs in order to make ends meet. We all hope this changes in the near future, but there is no real indicator as to when all of this might end and […]

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August 26, 2020
Why You Should Consider An All In One Mortgage

Purchasing a home is one of the most exciting and reassuring things anyone can do in their lifetime. It shows that you have worked hard and your dedication and effort were not done in vain. However, trying to decide which mortgage is right for you can be challenging. If you haven’t heard of an all-in-one […]

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