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John Pirro Sr. Phone: 909-784-2476
John Pirro Sr. is a licensed mortgage loan Officer in the state of California, a Veteran real estate investor, and he is licensed with the NMLS (Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System). When he’s not writing articles, John can currently be found managing several websites pertaining to auto insurance.

With over 30 years experience in the real estate industry, this Brooklyn native is proud to relay his knowledge and know-how to those seeking information about the financing world. His ability to combine humor with fact, entertainment with insight, and that New York accent with the professional world makes him a perfect candidate to relay articles, answers, and news to readers.

John is hopeful that his writing will be better received and more successful than his favorite NFL team, the New York Jets.
Latest Articles from John Pirro Sr.  Email: [email protected]
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A new report from the Urban Institute has found that black and Hispanic households have had little to no economic improvement compared to white households. However, there may be opportunities for improvement as the economy rebounds. The report, Less than Equal: Racial Disparities in Wealth Accumulation, revealed that while having roughly twice the income of blacks and Hispanics, white households had nearly six times the wealth thanks to retirement savings and homes. More beneficial to helping...
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Young auto loan borrowers and depositors can get more than just financing at one Denver bank, they can get an education too. Young Americans Bank, a bank for young adults and children ages 21 and under, was founded by Bill Daniels. Inspired by a news story about high school students in need of a business loan, he felt that a bank should teach students about loans. Subsequently, he set up Young Americans Bank as the only bank for young people under the age of 21. Vice President of...
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A pension plan trustee was just convicted of 17 counts of wire fraud. According to U.S. Attorney Wendy Olson, Matthew Hutcheson, 41, from Eagle, Idaho was the trustee and fiduciary for three employer pension plans. His criminal activity ran from Jan. of 2010 to Dec. of 2010. The Department of Justice’s press release states that Hutcheson misappropriated over $5 million while he served as a trustee and fiduciary. He used these stolen funds in order to repay his personal loans and buy luxury...
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The USDA is seeking organizations who want to re-lend business loans. It has recently unveiled it intends to court non-profit and public organizations that will offer commercial financing to stimulate job growth. According to the USDA’s press release on the initiative, these business loans are to be made available through the USDA’s Intermediary Relending Program (IRP). The initiative is intended to be part of the Obama Administration’s ongoing attempts to use private investments paid for by...
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The Indiana Attorney General has just released a legal toolkit that will help state Attorneys General protect military service members from predatory lending, such as unscrupulous payday loan lenders. Greg Zoeller, Indiana’s Attorney General, partnered with the Department of Justice and the Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force in order to develop the toolkit. Other states’ Attorneys General also helped develop the toolkit. Similar to a guide, the toolkit outlines issues impacting the...
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The Census Bureau recently found that while fewer American households have debt, those that still carry some have seen their debt levels increase. According to the Bureau’s findings, the median amount of American household debt rose by nearly $20,000 between 2000 and 2011. The median debt loan for families in 2000 was $50,971 while in 2011 it was $70,000. The press release—and the report from which it is based upon—also revealed that age was a factor in how much debt increased. Dr. Alfred...

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