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Due to the confusing fine print and mathematic formulas that go into mortgage loan contracts, we’ve set out to give borrowers a helping hand. Our mortgage calculators are intuitive and easy-to-use. They are meant to help borrowers calculate the most profitable route on what will be, for many, the biggest purchase of their lives. Borrowers curious about how much they’ll qualify for or how much of a monthly payment they can afford will find our calculation tools invaluable. To the left you will...
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Are you contemplating borrowing money, but need to know more about the math involved? Try using our completely free loan calculators. Below, you will find links to the calculator pages for each of our financing types covered on this site. We feature mortgage, personal, payday, student, and auto loan calculators. Each of these pages house our more specific tools designed to calculate information required for making wise decisions about financing money. Our calculators utilize industry-standard...
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The recent success of the auto loan industry has given hope to a nation growing tired of economic woes. When the mortgage and student financing industries place a heavy burden on every tax payer in the country, hearing about the success of those originating auto loans is something similar to a sigh of relief. But some of the items contributing to auto lenders success may begin to come under fire, as observed by an AutoNews.com article. Speakers at the Consumer Bankers Association convention...
Tug of war
A common platform for debate between the country’s two largest political parties involves the role of government. Conservatives often tout the importance of personal responsibility, arguing that freedom is only achieved if people decide their own fate instead of allowing others to decide that fate for them. Democrats are often on the other side of the fence, escorting in a more powerful government, usually on the grounds of promoting equality amongst the socioeconomic classes. Interestingly,...
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The reason why inquiries affect borrowers’ credit scores is because lenders see credit inquiries as a sign of potential distress. Borrowers who skirt from lender to lender looking for approval on personal loans (or other types of financing) may be in debt and looking for financial help. Because of this possibility, the algorithm used by credit rating bureaus dings consumers for making multiple inquiries. There’s an obvious problem with this reasoning though: inquiries are required by lenders...
Principal Reduction
Imagine a solution to the housing crisis that would keep hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of home loan borrowers in their homes, bring their monthly payments to manageable levels, lessen the stress on taxpayers, and, to top all of this off, save mortgage lenders money. This “imagined scenario” really sounds like a farfetched dream that takes the best of both worlds and combines them together in a utopian solution. But what if this wasn’t imagined, and instead a real possibility?...

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