Getting A Mortgage – 10 Things Not To Do
Applying for a mortgage? If so, here are 7 things that you should never do before or during the loan process. Read this carefully and avoid making a huge mistake that could get your loan denied.
A trip to the dealership is not a fun thing for most people. The entire process is designed to wear you down and get as much money from you as possible. By the time the negotiations are done, you just want to sign the contract and go. Not so fast though. This might be the most important time to slow down. Here are some places on that financing contract that you need to pay close attention to.
When most people think of the word debt, the first thing that generally comes to mind is credit card debt. Indeed, credit card debt is the worst kind of debt but there are so many more forms of debt. Take a look at the top three other kinds of debt that many people just consider normal.
When it comes time to buy a car, you have a decision to make. Should you buy a new car or a “new to you” car. Going used definitely has some advantages but it also has some disadvantages. Take a look at some reasons why you might or might not want to shop the used market for your next car, truck or SUV.
Student Loans have become the norm and most students accept that they will leave college with debt. Unfortunately, student loans are a necessary evil if you want a college education and a shot at a good career. To make the most of college loans, students need to arm themselves with as much information as possible.
When you are in your 20’s, you think very little about budgets, finances and retirement. This is a shame because what you do right now will have a huge impact on your future financial life. In fact,the financial decisions that you make right now will likely have a bigger impact on your finances than those in later life. If you want to get off on the right start, here are a few tips that can help you do so.