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  • 6 Things Your Mortgage Lender Wants You To Know About Getting a Home Loan During COVID-19

    Getting a mortgage, paying a mortgage, refinancing a mortgage: These are all major undertakings, but during a pandemic, lending becomes a lot more complicated.

    The post 6 Things Your Mortgage Lender Wants You To Know About Getting a Home Loan During COVID-19 appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®.

  • 10 Things You Need to Know before Buying a Car

    Buying a new or used car can be an intimidating experience. Many car salespeople may pressure you to leave the lot with a purchased vehicle, so it’s crucial you’re armed with information about the cars you are interested in, the budget you can afford, and the value of your trade-in—if you have one. With these… Read More

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  • How I Got Started Flipping Houses

    Earlier this year I sold my 200th house flip. These are not wholesale deals that I never technically buy or fix up, these are house flips that we buy, renovate and sell. It has been by no means easy to do this many flips and I have had my fair share of problems along the … Read more

  • Is Being Debt Free Worth it?

    I had a great talk with Millennial Money Man yesterday and my favorite piece of advice he gave me was to “write what you’re passionate about.” It took me literally five seconds to think of the one thing I’m really passionate…

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  • Should You Make Payments During Coronavirus Student Loan Deferment?

    As Americans grappled with the financial consequences of the pandemic in March of this year, the federal government took several actions to help cash-strapped consumers. For starters, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act in late March of 2020, which included a temporary suspension of payments and interest for government-owned student […]

    The post Should You Make Payments During Coronavirus Student Loan Deferment? appeared first on Good Financial Cents®.

  • How to Lower Your Credit Card Interest Rate in 4 Steps – Lexington Law

    Loyal customers that have a solid payment history with a credit card company may want to lower their credit card interest rate. Learn how this can be possible.
  • 30 Credit Score Statistics for 2021

    The information provided on this website does not, and is not intended to, act as legal, financial or credit advice. See Lexington Law’s editorial disclosure […]

  • How to Increase Your Credit Score with a Secured Credit Card

    A good credit history means good rates on loans and other credit facilities. Once damaged though, rebuilding your credit can be difficult. However, you can get started by using a secured credit card that is easier to acquire than most other lines of credit. In this post, we shall look at how to increase your […]

    The post How to Increase Your Credit Score with a Secured Credit Card appeared first on Credit Absolute.

  • How Blogging Paid Off My Student Loans

    In July of 2013, I finished paying off my student loans. It was a fantastic feeling and something I still think about to this day. Even though I have a success story when it comes to paying off student loans, I know that many others struggle with their student loan debt every single day. The […]

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  • 10-Year Mortgages vs. the 30-Year Fixed: Which Is Better?

    It’s time for another mortgage match-up folks. Today, we’ll look at 10-year mortgages versus the 30-year fixed mortgage to see how these home loans stack up against one another. Before we get started, it’s important to note that there are two very different types of 10-year mortgages out there. One a fixed-rate mortgage that is [&hellip

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