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...
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...
Step By Step Guide To Getting Your Credit Ready For A Mortgage
Did you know that you could save thousands of dollars if you prepare your credit before applying for a mortgage? Your credit score is one of the most critical factors that determine your mortgage interest rate and which home loan program you qualify for.
This week’s article will...
Learn The Difference Between A Home Equity Loan vs. HELOC
HELOCs and home equity loans are loans where you use your home as collateral. Both are good options for borrowing money if you’ve paid a significant portion of your mortgage. Some homeowners think that these two are similar, but in reality, they are not the same.
Let’s look at...
5 Mistakes Newbie Investors Make When Buying A House To Flip
With many TV shows depicting house flippers having fun while making a profit, many investors have taken interest in the idea. In 2019 alone, 6.2% of all home sales in the U.S. were flipped homes! It sure looks easy on TV –buy a house, fix it up, put it back on the market, and make an easy sale...
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