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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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There are several ways that prospective borrowers can find out if a potential lender is located within the United States. Some instant loans are available from retail store locations. These companies maintain physical stores in cities that provide check cashing, lending, and even prepaid debit card services. Since these businesses are physical stores, borrowers should have little doubt that they come from the United Statesand that they are operating in accordance with city, state, and federal...
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There are several ways that prospective or current payday loan borrowers can find out their state’s laws concerning payday lending. Across the country, different states have different laws and various levels of regulation for payday loans. Surprisingly, some states even prohibit payday lending completely. Prospective customers should review their state’s laws before borrowing payday loans that may not even be legal in the area they reside in. Borrowers can research payday lending laws by...
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The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is reminding businesses in Indiana that capital personal loans are still available, but that deadline is fast approaching. Small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives and many private non-profits that were affected by storms, hail, tornadoes and floods between April 3 and June 15, 2011 are free to apply for an SBA personal loan. These Economic Injury Disaster Loans, or EIDLs as the SBA calls them, will be offered to those who apply before the...
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Mortgage, auto, student, and personal loans cost enough in interest payments alone, and borrowers are less than happy to add to those costs by purchasing additional services as their lenders request, such as credit reports. The government recognized this and passed the Fair Credit Reporting Act, which grants borrowers one free credit report each year. The annual credit report can be requested once every 12 months at no charge whatsoever, and the report will include borrowers’ credit scores...
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The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced the deadline to apply for their economic injury disaster personal loans in Tennessee and North Carolina. Businesses in both states have less than a month to apply for a disaster loan designed to help small businesses affected by recent tornadoes. The deadline to apply for a personal loan in North Carolina is May 11, 2012, while Tennessee’s deadline is May 12, 2012. “Businesses that suffered economic losses as a result of the disaster and...
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No fax payday loans are those that grant a cash advance without the need to deliver any sort of documentation to the lender—alleviating the necessity to fax any paperwork in. Traditional payday lenders would open a storefront on the corner of a shopping center and provide services only to those who physically walked through their doors. Then, as the internet age picked up, these advances of paychecks could be obtained via the internet. From the comfort of one’s home, a deposit would be made...

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