Aly Yale

Aly J. Yale is a freelance writer and journalist from Houston, specializing in mortgage, real estate, and personal finance topics. Her work has been published in Forbes, The Balance, Bankrate, The Simple Dollar, and more. Connect with her on Twitter.

Articles by Aly Yale:

17
Jan
Best Online Loans: Borrow Over the Internet

Online loans make borrowing cash easy and convenient. Here’s our list of top-rated online loan lenders for each credit category. Use these in your quest to get a loan online.

Posted in: Personal Loans,
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13
Jan
Where to Find Small Personal Loans in 2020

Small personal loans can help you out of a financial pinch. We rounded up the best places to find small loans online—as well as the alternative loans you’ll want to avoid in the process.

Posted in: Personal Loans,
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09
Jan
Wagmo Review: Pet Wellness Plans

Wagmo is an alternative to traditional pet insurance, offering preventative pet wellness plans. These plans cover vaccines, heartworm medicine, and in some cases, even grooming and dental care.

Posted in: Pet Insurance,
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09
Jan
Personal Loan Documentation: What Do You Need for a Loan?

Applying for a personal loan? Then you’ll need some documentation first, including a government-issued ID, proof of address and income, and other information about your assets. We’ll break it all down below.

Posted in: Personal Loans,
03
Jan
SoFi vs. Laurel Road (Formerly DRB) Student Loan Refinancing Comparison

Both Laurel Road and SoFi offer student loan refinancing products, but each lender has different restrictions and perks. There are certain scenarios when one lender may work better than the other, so be sure to study up before refinancing your loans.

Posted in: Student Loans,
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02
Jan
Chase Mortgage Review

Chase Bank offers a variety of mortgage loan programs for both home buying and refinancing a home loan. Some loans require zero down payment for qualifying applicants.

Posted in: Mortgages,
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01
Jan
Types of Student Loans: Which School Loan Makes Sense for You?

If you or your child is struggling to pay for college, there are several financing options that can help. Use this guide to learn about the types of federal and private student loans you might consider.

Posted in: Student Loans,
10
Dec
First Time Homebuyer Programs in Maryland

There are a number of first-time home buyer programs in Maryland that can help offset the costs of buying a house. Maryland also offers down payment and closing cost assistance for potential new homeowners.

Posted in: Mortgages,
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09
Dec
How to Write a Financial Aid Appeal Letter

If you've been denied financial aid—or offered far less than you think you're eligible for—you can submit a financial aid appeal letter to have your eligibility reconsidered. Here's how.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Learn More, Student Loans,
25
Nov
How to Get Tiny Home Financing: 6 Loan Options to Consider

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. You’ll have to explore alternatives, including personal loans, RV loans, and home equity loans.

Posted in: Personal Loans,
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