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20
Feb
Best Mortgage Rates

Mortgage rates change as the indices they’re tied to fluctuate. Also, different lenders charge different rates. If you want the best mortgage rates, you will need to compare quotes and work on improving your own financial standing.

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20
Feb
Jumbo Mortgage Rates

If you are buying a more expensive home, you will need to take out a larger mortgage. Mortgages above a certain dollar amount are considered jumbo mortgage loans. The dollar amount that dictates which loans are jumbo loans varies in different parts of the country.

Posted in: Mortgages, Rates,
20
Feb
10-Year Mortgage Rates

10-year fixed-rate mortgages typically have lower rates but higher monthly payments compared with other loans. Rates change over time, so it is important to compare rates periodically to find the most affordable mortgage.

Posted in: Mortgages, Rates,
20
Feb
15-Year Mortgage Rates

A 15-year mortgage lets you own your home in half the time of a 30-year mortgage. You’ll pay much less interest on a 15-year loan, and 15-year mortgage rates are usually lower. But since your payoff time is so short, monthly payments will be high.

Posted in: Mortgages, Rates,
20
Feb
How to Find the Best Short-Term Loans Online

If you need to borrow a small amount of money, consider a short-term personal loan. They may be a better alternative to payday lenders' high fees and predatory practices.

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20
Feb
FHA Loan Rates

FHA loans make it easier to qualify for mortgages since the Federal Housing Administration backs all loans. FHA loan rates change over time and your own financial profile can affect the rate you'll pay.

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19
Feb
Lately, These Places Have Seen the Most Business Openings

LendEDU evaluated U.S. Census Bureau data for nearly 1,000 places to see which ones have experienced the most business openings as of late.

Posted in: Personal Finance, Reports,
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18
Feb
Going to College as an Adult: Student Loans & Financial Aid Options

Going to college can be expensive, but adult students have a lot of ways to pay for it. Grants, scholarships, loans, and employer benefits can all help you defray your costs.

Posted in: Student Loans,
18
Feb
Long-Term Personal Loans: What to Know & Where to Find Them

Long-term personal loans can offer more flexibility with your monthly payment amount, but typically cost more than a short-term loan. With a longer term length, it’s also important to have a good credit score so you can get a lower rate.

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18
Feb
Mobile Home Loans: How to Finance Your Mobile or Manufactured Home

Mobile home loans aren’t the same as traditional mortgages. Are you planning on buying a mobile home? Here’s what you should know about mobile home financing first.

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