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Applications for personal loans can be daunting, sometimes there is so much to read and interpret. For this reason, many applicants make mistakes on their application. Unfortunately, filling out an application incorrectly can result in your loan being rejected, regardless of how minuscule the error is. To better your chances… Read More
Equity is defined as the total value of an asset less the owed obligations. Individuals want equity in their assets to be positive because it means they will make money if they were to sell the asset. Sometimes individuals do not have the fortune of positive equity, instead, they have… Read More
If you’ve ever held a mortgage or car loan, then you’ve had a lien placed on the title of your home or automobile. And if you’ve ever been involved in a situation where you owed money to a contractor or have been involved in some sort of legal judgment… Read More
Balloon payments are a non-traditional form of financing that involves little to no payments at the beginning of the loan’s term followed by a substantially larger lump sum payment due at the end of the loan’s term. Typically borrowers who want to use this type of financing must have great… Read More
For this post, we’ve teamed up with our partners at Fairstone. Owning a home has its perks, especially if you need to borrow money. Homeowners can use the equity in their home to access additional borrowing options: mortgage refinancing, secured lines of credit, secured personal loans, and more. Our… Read More
Life can be expensive. From the houses to the cars, to post-secondary education, certain expenses in life can be far beyond our financial reach. That’s why there are loans to help make such purchases a reality. But one such expense that you might not necessarily associate with taking out a… Read More