Sitting atop a smattering of copper pennies, this attractive, white house with a gray roof and red shutters has financial equity that can be tapped by its owners.
This dollar symbol leaning on a house illustrates the equity that many people have in their homes. In today's economy, many homeowners are seeing their home as an additional source of needed funds and are deciding to take equity out of their home.
With the expense of a college education, at least 20% of college students need some type of loan to help pay for their college education. Learn all about different kinds of college loans.
Construction loans are financial instruments that are used to finance real estate construction. Learn about the two methods of financing construction in the residential real estate market.
Home improvement loans are any loans you take out for the purpose of remodeling, redecorating, or otherwise improving your home. Home improvement loans are the focus of the website HomeImprovementLoans.us.
With today's economy, many people have taken out or are currently contemplating taking out a second mortgage. Visitors can learn the differences between a home equity loan and a home equity line of credit.
Variable rate mortgages do not have a fixed interest rate over the course of the loan. This page describes the pros and cons of variable rate mortgages.
A close-up of hands holding a red and silver hammer, poised over a single nail. The image stands out on a black background. Home improvement loans make it possible to make enhancements and repairs that allow you to call your house a home.
Investors pulled money from U.S.-based leveraged loan funds in the latest week ended Wednesday, extending their weekly cash withdrawals since November, according to Refinitiv's Lipper research service on Thursday. ...
Reuters. Thu, 21 Feb 2019 17:35:21 -0500.
The Fed is going to lower its mortgage loan book and swap it into Treasurys, which sets off my danger flares. Trump has let loose the dogs of debt, and the U.S. will need to sell a $1 trillion in extra debt a year going forwards.
By Clem Chambers, Contributor. Forbes. Thu, 21 Feb 2019 12:00:00 -0500.
Nicaragua's congress on Tuesday accepted a $100 million loan offered by Taiwan, giving a line of support to President Daniel Ortega's government, which has become increasingly isolated after a brutal crackdown on protesters last year. ...
Voice of America. Tue, 19 Feb 2019 22:45:39 -0500.