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Personal loans: An overview

There are times when there is an urgent need of money in your life. Personal loans can bail you out from such financial crunches. You can apply for a personal loan ranging from £ 1,000 to £75,000. Rate of interest varies from person to person. Loan period generally depends upon the loan amount. You must read the terms and conditions before going for a personal loan. Personal loans are very easily available and can be applied on internet itself which saves lot of your time and money. A personal loan can be broadly classified into two categories.

Personal secured loans

A personal secured loan is one in which you need to place some of your assets as collateral. In case of failure to repay, your property which you have placed as collateral is susceptible to seizure. A personal secured loan is generally cheaper than unsecured one due to lower risk of failure. A personal secured loan gets the approval easily after the verification of borrower’s reliability.

Personal unsecured loans

Because there is no collateral to be placed in case of unsecured loan, it involves a higher rate of interest then a secured loan. As there is no verification process involved here, these loans get fast approval than a secured personal loan. Personal loans cater to a broad spectrum of persons. Personal loans suit best for your financial problem. Although unsecured loans do not require any collateral even then the secured one is better because of lower rate of interest and finally resulting into a better option for the borrower.

Summary

Personal loans satisfy all your needs in case of emergency, you just need to search for a better lender and apply for it. There are two types of personal loans available secured and unsecured personal loan. In secured personal loan you need to place some security but this is not the case with unsecured. Rate of interest is more in case of unsecured loans because no collateral is required and thus better than unsecured personal loan. Loan term depends upon the sanctioned loan amount. You must repay the loan within time as it may lead to disastrous results.



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homeowner loan

Looking for a bank that offers a homeowner loan for a 50,000 15 year loan, any recommendations?

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secured loan problem

I currently own and operate an inflatable bounce house rental business in Las Vegas, and I am currently getting more customers than I have equipment, so I am looking for a small loan to purchase additional equipment, which would be the collateral for the loan..However, I do not have good credit, but I have reestablished my credit with a couple of auto loans, but my credit score is still to low for a personal loan, or so I have been told by other lenders..The payment for this loan would be no problem, because the income generated by this additional equipment, would be far above the amount owed every month..This equipment I am looking to purchase, is new equipment, and would be very good collateral..Thanks

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homeowner loan

My wife and I are preparing to purchase our first home within the next coming months. We were planning to have 3.5% available for an FHA loan down payment but then our agent told us that we should also have another 3% on top of that for closing costs. We were not planning on paying the closing costs because a lot of sellers are paying for that right now or at least splitting it and paying half.

If we have to pay the entire closing costs ourselves then we will not have enough money to get a home like we had planned. However, we just found out that we can get a CalPERS loan because she is a city employee for the Police Department and we are allowed to take out 50% of her current retirement balance to help purchase our first home.

Apparently they will loan you 105% for financing to cover the downpayment needed but will not help with the “closing costs”. That is fine because we can use our $12,000 for the closing costs if they are covering our down payment from her retirement savings.

But I have heard that using CalPERS is not the best idea because it takes a very long time to close and most banks will pass on a couple using CalPERS for another couple who are using a traditional lender.

Any advice on this? And whether we should use the CalPERS loan or just go FHA with our $12,000 for the down payment and hope we don’t have to come up with closing costs?

Sell and Rent Back

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personal loan

I want a personal loan in the range of $15,000. I don’t want to get ripped off on APR. If you have a good experience with a loan provider, maybe you could tell me about it. thanks.

Sell House Quick
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Dec
01

Is this Mortgage Fraud?

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mortgage fraud

A friend of mine is married but has not seen her husband in 4 years. He now lives in another county with his girlfriend. She just found out that he signed on a Mortgage with his girlfriend as a “Single Man” and on the Quit Claim Deed as an “Unmarried Man”. She has been asking for a divorce for 3 years now and just found this out. Does anyone know the recourse of this and because she lives in a “Community Property” state, is she entitled to either money or some of this property. I know she needs to see an attorney for a consultation. She just needs to know where to start and was it fraud on the Mortgage. I am sure the Mortgage Company does not know that he is still married and put down that he is unmarried and single. Please help!
If she doesn’t need an atty, then what does she do?
Packinrat… It is COUNTY NOT COUNTRY. thank you
O.K., seeing how this might NOT be Mortgage fraud, I know she may be responsible if he defaults. He lied saying he was single to get on the Mortgage. He probably thought she would never find out about this. Now, she is a nervous wreck and wants the divorce more than ever. She cannot afford an atty. What can she tell him in regards to what he did that was illegal?

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homeowner loan

How much will homeowner loans allow you to borrow? The answer to this question depends on each individual. The lending institution offering homeowner loans will determine how much you are able to borrow by looking into a few different aspects of your application. One thing that helps determine the amount that lenders will allow you to borrow through your homeowner finance is the amount of time you have been paying for your house. Additionally, lenders will take into account how much you have left to pay. All of this information is reviewed by lenders when they are deciding how much to allow you to borrow through your homeowner loans. When you apply for these homeowner finance, the bank or lending institutions will use this information to determine how much free equity is in your home. Free equity is the difference between what is owed and what the property is worth.

Another determining factor in how much homeowner finance will allow you to borrow is your current debts and your current income. When people apply for homeowner loans, lending institutions usually look at what is called the debt to income ratio. They will need to see exactly how much money comes in to you each month, and exactly how much is paid out through various bills and debts that you owe. This will help to prove that you are capable of paying monthly payments on homeowner loans that you have applied for. Those whose debts are very high will usually have a higher interest rate on homeowner loans, and many times, homeowner finance will be the only type of loan for which they actually qualify, because they are considered high risk.

Based on these calculations, the bank that offers homeowner finance will decide how much they believe you can afford to borrow. They will then come up with some type of offer for homeowner loans that you will look over and decide upon. The interest rate of these homeowner loans will also be decided by the factors discussed above.

Homeowner loans are very popular with those who have had a bad history with credit. The upside to this is that those who would otherwise be unable to secure a loan are normally capable of receiving homeowner loans. However, although it is not always the case, many instances of bad credit happen due to overspending on the part of the borrower. If the borrower of homeowner finance has a problem with overspending, this could have disastrous consequences if not corrected by the time the payments for homeowner loans come due. This is something everyone with negative credit history needs to think about carefully.

With this in mind, when applying for homeowner loans, it is important to only take the minimum amount of money required. Some banks or lending institutions may be willing to offer you large amounts of money through homeowner finance, but it is not usually necessary or beneficial to borrow more than what you need. If you are able to only borrow the minimum amount needed through homeowner loans, this will also save you a lot of cost involved with paying interest.



Sell and Rent Back
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debt consolidation company

What was your experience with them? Did your credit get cleared?

Real Estate Professionals
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debt consolidation

I am wondering where to find a trustworthy list of reputable debt-relief/debt-settlement or consolidation programs. I also need to know where to find a comprehensive list of ALL of my debts (not just the ones appearing on the credit report).
Thanks.

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student loan

When a guaranteed student loan is discharged and later cancelled due to what is considered a total and permanent disability but many years after the cancellation of the loan the individual is rehabilitated and able to return to the workforce with the necessary aid and support for their disability what happens to the student loan? I’ve been told that once a loan is cancelled it no longer exists, and I’ve been told that if the individual is able to return to the workforce the loan is reinstated. Which, if either, is correct? What is the answer? (I’m talking about in Oklahoma.)
I can find plenty of links, just no answer. Please don’t leave a link, if you don’t know then you just don’t know.

Passive Income
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