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Jun
01
2022
Mortgage Credit Tightens For Gov't Loans
The standards lenders use to determine whether or not a borrower is approved for a loan aren't fixed. That means there are times when it's easier to get a mortgage and times when it's more difficult.  Because of this, the Mortgage Bankers Association tracks mortgage credit...
May
25
2022
Better Alternatives To Withdrawing From Your Retirement
When facing an urgent and substantial financial need, borrowing against their 401(k) often comes to mind. While account holders can withdraw $50,000 or 50% (whichever is less) from their 401(k) plans without paying penalties, there are major drawbacks that should make you think twice...
May
18
2022
Your Guide To Buying A Home When You Have Bad Credit
If you think that buying a house with bad credit is impossible, we have good news! It may be more complex, but it can be done! But before you go house hunting, it's essential that you review your financial situation. Homeownership involves unexpected expenses that may be hard to cover if...
May
11
2022
Your Guide To Paying Down Credit Card Debt With A Home Equity Loan
Having multiple credit cards can be helpful, especially when making large purchases. The problem starts when you have large outstanding balances, and you're having trouble paying them off quickly to avoid enormous interest charges. You may have heard about using a home equity loan to...
May
04
2022
How Can I Get Approved for a Mortgage as a Contract Employee?
Contract employees who want to get a home loan can sometimes find it challenging. Traditional mortgages often lean towards an income that can be verified easily with W-2s. Income taxes for contract employees can sometimes get complicated and can further compound the problem...
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