How to find a credit card deal

A credit card company that is no longer actively lending to a business is now using a new technique to find new customers.The tactic, which could save up to $300 on a business loan, has been a major hit for businesses looking to refinance their debts.It’s been used by more than a dozen card companies […]

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Why I love the Personal Loan program

By the end of June, the Personal Loans program had more than 3.5 million borrowers.“I’m proud to have secured a loan that will help me pay for my own education and the costs of living,” said the borrower in a press release.“The Personal Loan Program is a great program that helps individuals save for their […]

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VA loan requirements: What you need to know

Student loan borrowers in Virginia need to take on a lot of extra work to qualify for VA loans.The Department of Veterans Affairs estimates that students earning less than $45,000 per year will need to work between 30 and 40 hours per week.In addition, borrowers in the middle class, with incomes between $50,000 and $75,000, […]

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Which companies loan out more than we do?

A report from Axios finds that the average home loan borrower pays an average of $1,200 a month for the most common type of loan in the U.S. and an average $5,300 for a loan for a second home.This means the average loan borrower in the United States spends about $2,000 a month to get […]

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How much do mortgage rates really matter?

Personal loan rates have been around for a while, but they are not always as relevant as they should be.RTE has put together an interactive calculator that will show you how much you should pay when you buy a home.We have been looking at different types of home loans and the cost of all these […]

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What is payday loan amontage?

The word “amortization” is used to describe the payment of interest on a loan that is not repaid.In the past, the average amortized interest rate for these loans was about 2.3 percent.This is often used to explain the fact that people with bad credit are more likely to take out payday loans than people with […]

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