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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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Delaware deal made with a handshake
On Wednesday June 27, Delaware Governor Jack Markell signed into legislation a bill regulating the number of instant loans that a single borrower can take out. Despite objections from the instant loans industry, the bill received bipartisan support and even support from neighboring states across New England since Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Jersey all have banned instant loans. Instant loans, also referred to as payday loans, are small, short-term financing options that usually have...
Man walking with horizontal arrow
The average interest rates on fixed rate mortgage loans remained largely unchanged between this week and last, according to a Freddie Mac report on Thursday. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage remained stagnant at the historic low level of 3.66 percent, which was first seen last week. That rate was almost a full percentage point higher at this time last year, when it sat at 4.51 percent. The 30-year mortgage loan has seen interest rates below the 4 percent threshold since December of last year....
Car and home balanced against each other
Beating both credit card payments and mortgage bills, car loan payments have become the main priority of most Americans, according to a recent report by TransUnion. Prior to the housing crash in 2008, most Americans paid their mortgages before they did their car loans. Following the crash, however, most Americans saw it wiser to pay off their automobiles before diverting money to their mortgages. This came about as home prices collapsed and millions of Americans felt the sting of foreclosed...
Bipartisan handshake
On Tuesday the 26th of June, Senate leaders declared they had reached a deal that could prevent interest rates from doubling on student loans. If realized this could save money for over 7 million student loan borrowers. The agreement plans to freeze interest rates at 3.4 percent for one year, instead of reverting back to the 6.8 percent that would have gone into effect on July 1. This agreement would make student loans more affordable at a time when tuition costs have continued to rise. Before...
Missouri Supreme Court Justices
The Missouri State Supreme Court heard arguments on Wednesday regarding a new payday loan measure that’s going through the state’s legislature. The measure, which has received the support from many faith-based group leaders, will raise tobacco taxes, increase Missouri’s minim wage, and install an interest rate cap on payday loans if passed into law. Father Richard Creson of Holy Trinity in St. Louis was one of the measure's supporters. Creson collected signatures on the measure’s ballot in...
Expensive used car
Back in January 2012, Sen. Ted Lieu proposed new legislation that would regulate “buy here pay here” auto dealerships, which are notorious for selling high-mileage cars to low credit borrowers. That bill went through the Banking and Finance Committee this week, passing with a 7-2 vote. The bill, more formally known as SB 956, has set out to cap interest rates on auto loans originated by buy here pay here dealers at 17.25 percent. Under current law, buy here pay here auto loans can carry rates...

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