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12
Mar
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Tiny Home Financing: Compare Loan Options

Tiny homes can save you a lot of money on housing and property costs—but financing one isn’t as straightforward as a traditional mortgage. Options include personal loans, mobile home or rv loans, home equity loans, and HELOCs.

Posted in: Personal Loans,
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03
Apr
7 Ways to Consolidate Credit Card Debt

If you have credit card debt, there are many ways to consolidate those debts. Consolidation can help you reduce your monthly loan payment or your interest rate, saving you money.

Posted in: Auto Loans, Credit Cards, Home Equity, Mortgages, Personal Loans,
03
Apr
Cash-Out Auto Refinance: What It Is & When It Makes Sense

Cash-out refinancing for your car lets you get cash to pay emergency expenses or get rid of debt. However, it is a risky move that can put you underwater on your loan.

Posted in: Auto Loans,
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02
Apr
Best Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) Rates & Lenders

HELOCs can help homeowners tap into the equity they have in their homes for relatively low-cost funding for things like a home improvement project. Learn more and find the best options below.

Posted in: Best Options, Home Equity,
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02
Apr
Best Home Equity Loans

Home equity loans let you borrow against the equity you hold in your house. Compare our picks for the best home equity loan options.

Posted in: Best Options, Home Equity,
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01
Apr
Current Student Loan Interest Rates

See current student loan interest rates for federal student loans, private student loans, and student loan refinancing.

Posted in: Student Loans,
01
Apr
When to Refinance an Auto Loan

Refinancing can be a great way to lower your car payment or reduce the amount of interest you pay over time. It’s not the right move for every car owner, though.

Posted in: Auto Loans,
31
Mar
Does Refinancing an Auto Loan Hurt Your Credit?

Refinancing an auto loan can save you money and reduce expenses, but it can also drop your credit score. Shopping for the best rates and getting pre-approved are ways to safeguard your credit.

Posted in: Auto Loans,
30
Mar
Is It a Good Idea to Refinance Federal Student Loans?

Federal loans come with protections that you’ll lose if you refinance, like loan deferment and income-driven repayment. Still, refinancing comes with its own benefits, like lowering your interest rates. Here’s how to decide what’s right for you.

Posted in: Refinancing Student Loans, Student Loans,
27
Mar
Student Loan Default Guide

Both private student loans and federal loans can go into default status. Though the consequences can vary based on loan type, one thing is certain — a student loan default can negatively impact your finances and credit score and should be avoided if possible.

Posted in: Student Loans,
27
Mar
Can’t Pay Student Loans? Here are Your Options

If you cannot repay your student loans, you have five options to consider. You can change your repayment plan, consolidate or refinance, defer payments, put loans into forbearance, or try to discharge or settle your debt.

Posted in: Student Loan Information, Student Loans,