Mortgage Rates Hit Lowest Level In Years!

May 22, 2010

The Dough Roller and the Wall Street Journal are reporting that mortgage rates have hit their lowest level in years…

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Getting Your First Home Mortgage

May 20, 2010

Buying your first home is both thrilling and scary, partly because you also usually have to get your first mortgage. Getting your first mortgage is confusing and stressful for most people. Since your home will be one of the biggest investments you ever make, it’s important to go through the mortgage process carefully.

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Can Consolidating Student Loans Lower Your Payments?

May 19, 2010

In some countries, the government subsidizes the cost of a college education. But this is not the case everywhere. Although scholarships or grants may be obtained for some of the cost of education, often student loans are necessary to pay for the rest. A college education can be so costly many students wind up with more than one student loan. Later it can be difficult to pay off the student loans…

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Automobile Financing – Know Your Options

May 19, 2010

You’ve searched and searched and you’ve finally found your dream car. Now you only have one problem: how to finance your car purchase. Of course it would be nice if you could just pay cash. But if you’re like most car or truck buyers, you need financing. Knowing your basic financing options is crucial to choosing the automobile financing method that will best suit you. Here’s an overview of the main financing options that might be available to you…

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Types Of Credit Cards

May 19, 2010

When shopping for a credit card it’s useful to understand that there are three main types of credit cards that are common today. These different types of credit cards suit different needs. When choosing a credit card, apply for the type of credit card that most suits those needs…

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Shopping For A Mortgage? Do Your Homework First

May 18, 2010

If you happen to be shopping around for a mortgage, it is very important that you first take the necessary time to do your homework. When I say homework, I am talking about research. There are so many loan programs out there that it is easy to get lost in all of the mortgage jargon that people in the industry love to use on you…

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Offset Mortgages: A Dream For Well Off Homeowners

May 18, 2010

Offset mortgages represent one of the biggest mortgage innovations seen in recent years. Six years ago there was hardly an offset mortgage to be seen. Now they and the current account mortgage, to which they are closely related, account for £10 out of every £100 of new lending. But how does an offset mortgage work?

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Bad Credit Home Financing – Choosing A Subprime Mortgage Lender

May 18, 2010

In the early nineties subprime mortgages accounted for about five percent of all mortgages. Today the subprime mortgage loan sector comprises more than twenty percent of the mortgage market. What makes a person a candidate for a subprime mortgage?

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Home Loans And Mortgages – Tips To Avoid Foreclosure

May 18, 2010

If you are having problems paying your home mortgage, can you avoid foreclosure? Today’s real estate market is a volatile one. Prices are at record levels and Interest rates are favorable, but foreclosures are increasing. Some buyers who had to stretch to find a way to obtain a mortgage in the first place are having trouble making their payments.

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Home Buying 101 – The Different Types Of Mortgages

May 17, 2010

When it comes to buying a home, there’s a lot to learn about mortgages and credit. The terminology comes at you pretty fast, and when the terminology is new to you, it can all seem overwhelming. This article will help you make sense of it all…

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