Category Archives: Loans

Seasonal Changes to Maximise Profits

With what seemed to be a never-ending winter season, it’s hard to believe that summer is less than 2 months away. As seasons change so do consumer business habits and consequently small businesses need to change to reflect them as well. Seasonal changes are the perfect reason to offer sales and discounts and different times… Read More »

Tips to Get Extra Cash Today

Do you know you can actually get extra fast cash for this month? There are so many ways you can find to help you with your financial needs. One of them is through fast cash loans. This is the most reliable and undoubtedly the fastest option to get the funds you need without delays and… Read More »

Benefits of Paying Off Your Mortgage Early

Most people applying for home loans seek a 30 year mortgage instead of a 15 year mortgage because they worry that they will not be able to meet the monthly obligation of a 15 year mortgage, or they may think that there is no need to pay off their mortgage early.  However, there are important… Read More »

The 5 Best Things about Frugality

Frugality is more than just a way to save money, it is a way for those who are looking for a way to return to a simpler time and a simpler way of living to adjust their lives in such a way that they understand who they really are, and what is really important. While… Read More »

Leverage Students Loans Effectively

Let’s look at two people that had different views on Student Loans Henry and Maria Henry, twenty-three-years-old, borrowed more than enough money to attend private school in Louisiana. He came out of college with $50,000 debt. Henry’s first job out of college had a salary of $38,000 plus benefits. He went out and got a… Read More »

5 Things New Homebuyers Should Know Before They Dive In

1. You might need to put down more money to get a better rate Fannie and Freddie now judge all borrowers (more) equally- by rating the FICO score as the primary qualifier and fitting everyone neatly into the same matrix.  Yes, lenders do look at your income, assets and credit but no longer compensate one… Read More »