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Alex Gomory Phone: 909-784-2476
Alex Gomory is a seasoned writer who holds a degree in History from the California State Polytechnic University of Pomona where he studied early Christianity and did major research on some of the non-canonical gospels.

After graduating, he assumed a position as a writer and editor for a major real estate journal that supplies housing information to roughly one-third of the real estate agents in California. His work has been picked up by local newspapers, personal websites, and the real estate listing service, Trulia.com.

When it comes to the ambiguous world of financing and loans, Alex enjoys applying his diverse experience and wide-range of interests to the production of content that others will find both useful and interesting.
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Octopus holding money
OctoMom, less commonly known as Nadya Suleman, the woman who gained national notoriety after giving birth to octuplets in early 2009, is now endorsing a payday loan company. The endorsed company’s name? OctoLoan, of course. OctoLoan claims to grant consumers fast online loans of up to $1,000 and has a small portrait of Suleman with a quote saying, “OctoLoan is a trusted source that connects you to cash lenders nationwide when you need a short term loan fast.” These instant loans are often the...
Crystal ball with a dollar displayed
Since the beginning of May, the 30-year fixed mortgage interest rate has been occupying printed and virtual news headlines across the country. Writers and editors are running out of synonyms for the phrase “breaking historic records,” as week after week, Freddie Mac’s mortgage loan survey reveals the 30-year rate shattering the record floor. These recent trends seen in the 30-year fixed mortgage loan rate is prompting consumers everywhere to at least entertain the idea of homeownership. And...
Two business men coming together
While many payday loan lenders and other untraditional lending sources were fearful when the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) was created, the CFPB has demonstrated a surprisingly large amount of impartiality and fairness in oversight of the cash loan industry. The problem with quick cash loans and the payday lending industry as a whole is that they are so necessary for a substantial number of our population. But in order to operate successfully, they’re required to charge high fees...
Sad graduate looking at city
As the weeks leading up to July 1, 2012 fast approached, students and parents across the nation watched the news with nail-biting anxiety. They were worried that a key piece of legislation—a law that was holding federal student loans at an artificially low interest rate of 3.8 percent—would expire come the end of June. Democrats and Republicans both pitched unrealistic proposals that both knew the other would never agree to, and the situation truly looked dire. Then at the 11th hour, just two...
Pawn shop sign in glowing neon
Pawn loans and cash loans are very different types of financing. For starters, a pawn loan is a secured loan. When pawning, a borrower will hand over a valuable asset. Due to the open nature of pawning, this asset can be almost any item that has value. Examples of items that can carry value are jewelry, electronics, antiques, vehicles, and memorabilia. A pawn shop will loan a borrower money equal to a fraction of the collateral's value. This type of financing will accrue interest until the...
Police office saying busted
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filed fraud charges against Philip Falcone, the hedge fund adviser for Harbinger Capital Partners LLC, last week for manipulating and betraying clients. The action the SEC targeted was Falcone’s withdrawing of $113 million from the hedge as a personal loan to himself. Falcone then used the personal loan funds to pay off his personal taxes. While Falcone did repay the money, he put his client’s money at an enormous risk. Personal loans are typically...

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