Jeff Gitlen

Jeff Gitlen

Jeff Gitlen is a graduate of the University of Delaware. He writes about a wide range of financial topics including student loans, credit cards, small business financing, and more. His work has been featured on a number of sites including Bloomberg, CNBC, Forbes, Market Watch, and more.

Articles by Jeff Gitlen:

09
Jul
Home Equity Sharing Companies: How They Work & Where to Find Them

If you want to tap into your home equity without taking on debt, a home equity sharing agreement can be a good choice.

Posted in: Best Options, Home Equity,
09
Jul
Risks of Lying on a Small Business Loan Application

Nearly all businesses face the need for some type of financing, whether for expansion, covering working capital, or paying for major business purchases. The gold standard in lending is a business loan. That’s because it offers a lump sum upfront, amenable repayment terms over several months or years, and a fixed interest rate that keeps the […]

Posted in: Small Business Loans,
08
Jul
Boro Auto Loans for College Students Review

Boro auto loans are designed for college students with no credit. Qualifying for a loan is easy, and Boro doesn't require a cosigner, unlike most other lenders.

Posted in: Auto Loans, Reviews (3),
07
Jul
How to Refinance Student Loans Without a Degree

If you took out student loans to pay for college but didn't end up graduating, you may still be able to refinance your loans. Citizens Bank is one lender who allows eligible borrowers who didn't graduate to refinance.

Posted in: Student Loans,
06
Jul
How to Get Student Loans With No Credit Check

It’s possible to get student loans with no credit check—you just have to know the options available to you.

Posted in: Student Loan Options (2), Student Loans,
06
Jul
Bathroom Remodel Financing

If you are looking for bathroom remodel financing options, you should consider home improvement loans, home equity products, credit cards, and manufacture financing.

Posted in: Personal Loan Uses (3), Personal Loans,
06
Jul
Home Improvement Loans to Build an Addition to Your House

Building an addition to your home can create value, but can also cost thousands of dollars. If you need financing for an addition, personal loans and home equity loans can be worthwhile options.

Posted in: Home Equity, Personal Loans,
06
Jul
Student Loans for Coding Bootcamp

If you’ve read the news lately, you likely know that there is a huge tech gap: there are lots of tech jobs open, and a need for people to fill them. Unfortunately, many people don’t have the skills to take on computer programming and other tech-based jobs. Coding bootcamps hope to change that. These bootcamps […]

Posted in: Student Loans,
06
Jul
Best Installment Loans: Compare Online Options

If you have bad-to-fair credit and need cash, an installment loan can help. Installment loans typically have repayment terms from six months to five years – and you repay them in monthly installments. While their interest rates can be high, they generally offer lower interest rates than payday loans. In addition, most installment loan lenders […]

Posted in: Personal Loans,
06
Jul
Plastic Surgery Loans & Other Cosmetic Surgery Financing Options

Undergoing plastic or cosmetic surgery doesn’t just have an impact on your looks, it can also impact your finances. If your insurance doesn’t cover cosmetic procedures, such as breast augmentation, and you don’t have enough on hand to cover the expenses, there are many plastic surgery loans for you to consider—and the best for you […]

Posted in: Personal Loan Uses (2), Personal Loans,