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1. Become an Expert on Loans!
Become an Expert on Loans! What are Loans?Loans are defined as any product, item, or service that is offered to an individual to substantiate the lack of sufficient possessions, assets, or monies required to obtain or purchase a product or service existing outside of respective means; the nature of Loans are inherent within the implicit expectation of repayments. An individual – known as a lender - who..
2. Credit Lines
Credit Lines A Look at Different Types of Credit LinesA credit line is a credit source given form a financial institution such as a bank to a business, government, or individual. Credit lines are usually divided into three different types: Installment credit, revolving credit, and open credit.Installment creditInstallment credit lines use a predetermined amount of payment that is paid at a ..
3. Federal Student Loan Consolidation
Federal Student Loan Consolidation What to Know about Federal Student Loan ConsolidationIn the United States, the FDLP or the Federal Direct Student Loan Program is a program that allows include federal student loan consolidation, which can allow consolidation of a variety of federal student loans, such as Stafford loans and PLUS loans, into one simple loan. Federal student loan consolidation results in smaller ..
4. Grants for Women
Grants for Women Grants are funds (monies) disbursed by one party—typically a Government Department, Foundation or Corporation—to another for the purpose of continuing education or funding a business’ endeavor. In order to secure a grant, a form of “Grant Writing” is usually required. In the United States, grants are primarily delivered from Government departments, private trusts and ..
5. Investment Property Loans
Investment Property Loans What are Investment Property Loans?When an individual purchases property that will not be used as a place for residence, but rather for profit, the property is considered an investment property. It can be very expensive to personally fund these real estate investments, especially for beginners who often do not have the funds to pay off an investment property fully. Because of t..
6. Loan Amortization
Loan Amortization What is Loan Amortization?In regards to economics, amortization refers to the distribution of a single lump-sum cash flow into many smaller installments, as determined through an amortization table or schedule. Amortization is a loan with a unique repayment structure. Unlike other models, each repayment in an amortization consists of satisfying both the principal balance a..
7. Loan Consolidation
Loan Consolidation A Short Guide to Loan Consolidations Most financial professionals consider loan consolidations as the purchase of many different loans by a single entity or company in order to create one large single loan. This idea behind loan consolidations is that company purchasing the loans gets them from the other financial companies at a particular agreed. The companies selling ..
8. Loan Modification
Loan Modification Loan Modification and a Look at the Home Affordable Modification ProgramA Loan Modification is the process of permanently changing one or more of the terms of a Mortgagor's loan outside of the original contract terms. Having a loan modification usually allows a loan to be reinstated, and results in payments the mortgagor can afford to pay.A loan modification can change many dif..
9. Loan Modification Programs
Loan Modification Programs There are many different loan modification programs available in order to change the terms of a mortgagor’s loan outside of the original terms of the contract. Often, these loan modification programs try to change at least one of these terms:• Reducing the principal of the loan• Reducing late fees or penalties• Lengthening the term of the loan• Reducing the interest r..
10. Short-Term Loans
Short-Term Loans A short term loan is a form of financing that is attached with a quick repayment schedule—short-term loans may have a maturation period as short as 90 days. The fulfillment of the loan is dependent on the amount of financing; however, all short-term loans possess maturity dates that are significantly shorter than regular loans. The repayment schedule associated with the ..
11. Unsecured Personal Loans
Unsecured Personal Loans Looking for Unsecured Personal LoansUnsecured personal loans, also known as signature loans or personal loans are loans that are most often used by borrowers for small purchases like consolidating debt, home improvements, vacations, computers, or unexpected expenses. With unsecured person loans, the lender relies on the borrower’s promise to pay the loan back.Unlike home equi..