Posts Tagged‘money’

Getting The Right Kind Of Mortgage Note Buyers

A Continuously Transitioning Economy You may have noticed it by now: the United States economy has been in continual flux for some time. The last decade has been especially strange for multiple markets. Whether you’ve been in real estate, the stock market, energy, or education, things have definitely gone up and down very fast, and very unpredictably. Whether or not the phrase “things aren’t like they used to be” is a matter of perception or history, what has become apparent to many affluent up-and-coming Americans is that certain property decisions no longer make sense in the current market. The Chinese facilitated…

Motor Insurance Pit Falls

Most insurance customers understand the term “excess” but not everyone appreciates the implications. An excess is a form of “self-insurance” or in other words a potential cost to the customer if a claim occurs. Whatever the cost of the claim, the excess is payable for the amount agreed except where the total of the claim is less than the excess amount – in which case the excess equals the cost of the claim. Most policies from large car rental companies such as Hertz and Europcar carry an excess of some kind and most discerning customers will attempt to choose a low excess…

Top Tips to Help You Get a Mortgage

Taking out a mortgage is probably the biggest financial commitment you will make in your life. And there are many Florida mortgages to choose from, so it is important that you know how to get a good deal. Below are some ways to make sure you have a better chance of getting a good mortgage. Check Your Credit Score Make sure you know what your credit score is. If it is not as good as it could be, make sure you try to improve it. Close credit cards you don’t use, for instance, and pay off any outstanding balances if you…

Personal Loans – A Financial Answer To A Million Problems

Source With Christmas nearly here and the money quickly draining from your account as you do the last minute food shopping, picking up last minute gifts or panic-mailing cards you forgot to send, it can be difficult to know exactly how you might pick up the payments for those sudden expenses in the coming weeks if you run into them. Road accidents, broken windows, something in the house suddenly needing repairs can all run high in price, and if the holidays have only just ended you might find yourself strapped for cash and wondering how you’re going to cover all…

Sure Ways to Rent a Condo Even with Bad Credit

In the present day, it is not uncommon to have a bad credit rating. Bad credit can hit us due to a couple of unpaid utility bills, a few missed payments on our credit card and other occurrences like this. Many prospective renters feel ashamed of their bad credit, and worried about its potential to shed an unfavorable light on them when they put in applications to rent condos. This can put people off from renting the apartments that they desire. But, it is totally possible to rent a condo with bad credit. How bad credit can harm your renting…

Installment Loans: A Practical Alternative To Cash Advances

Recent surveys and studies paint a grim picture of the state of Americans’ personal finances. One report suggests only half of the country has enough savings to provide a 3-month cushion should an emergency (like losing their job) occur. Another suggests the state of their finances is much more serious than that. Forget 3-months of unemployment. Over 60% Americans don’t have enough savings to cover an emergency expense costing $500 or more, with some failing to have a savings account all together. While the numbers may contradict each other, you understand through firsthand knowledge that savings aren’t an easy thing…