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What's the Best Mortgage? | Picking Loans

Choosing the right mortgage depends on a host of important factors. Some of those factors include your FICO score, your available down payment, and how long you plan on living in your new home.

by Pam Hill
How the Russian Invasion Impacts U.S. Home Mortgages

Overseas events such as the invasion of Ukraine often reach beyond their borders, impacting global financial markets, energy prices, and mortgage rates.

by Pam Hill
Should I Consolidate My Credit Card Debt?

Debt is like a crushing weight on anybody experiencing it. That's why debt consolidation loans are so appealing. But debt consolidation loans are always the best option. It is important to weigh the impact of getting a new debt consolidation loan.

by Shaun Morgan
Challenges Faced by the Unbanked, Underbanked, and Financially Excluded

The coronavirus pandemic exposed the dire need for people to access inclusive financial services, mainly since the pandemic has caused people to scramble to obtain funds for their essential needs.

by Sheena Allen
Should I Refinance My Home?

Refinancing is not right for everyone. Banks will try to push you to refinance because they can get you a lower rate or a lower monthly payment. That doesn't mean that refinancing is the best long-term choice. Here is how to decide whether to refinance.

by Shaun Morgan
How to Score an Affordable Investment Property in 2022

Three insider tips for finding real estate investment properties in the red-hot real estate market of 2022

by Pam Hill
Why Athletes Need Financial Literacy

Many up-and-coming athletes gain mainstream media attention starting in high school. Young people who receive media attention typically obtain various endorsements and an abundance of money by extension.

by Matin Varshochi
What is Afterpay? How Does Buy Now, Pay Later Work?

Afterpay is a buy now pay later (BNPL) service that breaks your payments into installments. Afterpay has been increasing in popularity. However, many users don’t quite understand how Afterpay works, yet sign up for it anyway.

by Viviana Vazquez
Mortgage Pre-Qualification vs. Pre-Approval

Purchasing a home is a big financial step. One of the most common words you will hear throughout your house buying process is pre-qualification and pre-approval. It's essential to know what these two terms mean when buying a home.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Are Navient Student Loans Canceled?

One of the nation’s more recognizable financial aid institutions, Naivent, had to forgive the debt of 66,000 borrowers earlier this month. This decision came after a lawsuit with 39 state attorney generals determined that the student loan servicer was forcing a portion of their borrowers into costly repayment plans, which they knew they would not be able to pay off.

by Matin Varshochi
How Can Being a Minimalist Save You Money?

Minimalism is a dramatic mindset shift that can save you money and help you live a happier life.

by Shaun Morgan
Americans Incurred an Average 2021 Holiday Debt of $1,249

Over the past holiday season, a survey done by LendingTree discovered that Americans incurred an average debt of $1,249 when shopping for holiday gifts. Although it may be important to ensure loved ones receive all the gifts they wish for, going into debt causes more harm than good.

by Matin Varshochi
Millennials and Gen Z are Paying the Most in Banking Fees

In a recent study, it was found that members of Generation Z and Millennials were paying more in banking fees. On average, Gen Z pays around $19 per month in banking fees. Millennials spend $16, while Gen X pays around $4, and Baby Boomers pay around $2.

by Viviana Vazquez
3 Tips To Change Your Money Habits Ahead Of The New Year

Money is a tool that we have control over. Only when our money habits are beyond our control do we feel as though money controls us. Implementing healthy money habits little by little can change your financial future drastically.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
President Biden Will Not Extend Student Loan Repayments

The Biden administration recently announced that it will not extend the federal student loan forbearance deadline, which is set to expire on January 31, 2022.

by Nailah Herbert

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