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Rebekah Coleman Phone: 909-784-2465

Rebekah Coleman has been a writer for several years. She was the features editor for The Duquesne Duke, a student-written publication for Pittsburgh-based Duquesne University. There she covered topics ranging from political change to weekend entertainment. While writing weekly for the publication, she also received a Bachelor’s degree in Print Journalism and Public Relations.

After graduation, she was hired to maintain the marketing department at a custom manufacturing facility.

She now hopes to show that learning about lending can be resourceful and engaging for every age group.

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Home loan interest rates changed very little this week according to rate reports provided by All three mortgage rates decreased, however the changes were all confined to five basis points or less. For the week ending Aug. 8, 2013, the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) averaged 4.26 percent, a minimal decrease from 4.29 percent reported last week. The 15-year FRM averaged 3.27 percent. Last week, reported this rate at 3.31 percent. The 5/1 adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM)...
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Beneath the religious texts and weekly church services, there exists a business model in organized religion. Some churches exist simply to help others, whereas others have more hidden agendas. Recently the Church of England began a long-term battle against the highly disputed payday lender Wonga. Even though some experts believe there is a positive value in their campaign, others worry about the visible impact that mixing religion and business can have on a country’s economy. The Church of...
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Mortgage interest rates altered minimally this week, affecting homeowners and investors differently, according to rate reports provided by For the week ending August 1, 2013, the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) averaged 4.27 percent, a minimal shift upward from 4.24 percent set last week. The 15-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 3.26 percent. Last week, the average rate was slightly higher at 3.3 percent. If a borrower took out a $300,000 home loan at today’s average 15-year rate...
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Paying his bills on time and staying on a budget was always difficult for Terrance Collins, but now it is practically impossible. Working for minimum wage is not enough to provide for the 27-year-old or his two kids. He knows this, yet a recent budgetary plan by his employer only helped to worsen his outlook even further. Last week, McDonald’s released a budgetary guideline for their employees. Critics slammed the budget for its inaccurate budgetary predictions, such as a $20 health insurance...
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Despite small increases, mortgage loan interest rates remained calm this week according to rate reports provided by All three rates shifted less than 10 basis points, which is a normal weekly fluctuation. For the week ending July 25, 2013, the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) averaged 4.31 percent, a moderate increase from last week’s reported rates of 4.25 percent. The 15-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 3.36 percent. Last week, the average rate was lower at 3.3 percent. The 5/1...
Smoke in urban city
Detroit is beyond broke — it is bankrupt. Last Thursday, Detroit filed for bankruptcy. This announcement garnered national attention because it is the largest city to declare bankruptcy. While local officials decide how to proceed in the coming weeks and months, many businesses face uncertainty about how the city’s financial problems will drift down and impact them. Not the First, Not the Last Edward J. Grebeck, global debt market strategist and CEO of Tempus Advisors, told that...


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