Posts Tagged with "mortgage"

My experience getting a mortgage with a bad credit report

Monday, May 19, 2014

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I would like to share my experience getting my first home loan in Australia. I was walking around one day and came across a great looking apartment. It was close to my work, and it was on the top floor of the apartment block, so it had some nice views across the nearby parkland. I […]

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Preparing For Your Retirement and Your New Financial Situation

Thursday, July 26, 2012

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Although we all try to avoid thinking about getting old, it comes to us all in the end. And as with all stages of life, it is essential to make sure you plan wisely for your retirement and for the different financial situation you will find yourself in. Everyone knows about their 401K and the […]

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Stop The Spending Insanity! Steps To Pay Off Debt and Regain Control

Thursday, November 10, 2011

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Growing debt balances happen so easily for many people, because the new clothes, nicer cars, renovated kitchens, and lots of double-mocha lattes they get in exchange distract them. Debt is like a sheep in wolf’s clothing — it lures you with the promise of a great outfit or awesome new tool that will make everything […]

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Should you pay off your mortgage early?

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

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Many people dream of paying off their mortgage, and often people try to expedite the process by putting extra cash towards their mortgage and paying it off early. While this is a good idea in many respects, it is not always the best choice and you should look carefully at your situation before deciding to […]

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How to Reduce Mortgage Costs Without Refinancing

Monday, September 19, 2011

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It can be tough to get ahead in today’s challenging financial times. Whether you’re feeling the pinch of an unplanned expense, medical bills, or a recent job loss, or you’re simply looking for ways to increase the amount of money you’re putting into savings each month, there are some little-known strategies you can use to […]

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Moving money when buying property abroad

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

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When purchasing a property abroad, perhaps in Europe where the ongoing debt issues may be favorable for people coming from stronger currency regions, you’re going to want to make the most of the exchange rates, of course, when it comes time to make the actual foreign currency exchange. Whether you’re retiring, looking to purchase a […]

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How Big a Commitment is a Mortgage?

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

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Mortgages seem to be synonymous with commitment. All around the world people take a deep breath before getting into this kind of debt; indeed, whether you’re getting a home loan in the UAE or the USA, you will want to consider it seriously. Yet are mortgages as big a commitment as most people think? Anyone […]

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Tips on How to Negotiate a Mortgage Modification with your Lender

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

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Many people, with interest only mortgages whereby the mortgage has reset to a higher interest rate or is pending a reset, have found themselves desperate to modify their mortgage and reduce their monthly payment. The good news is that mortgage modification is possible when you are armed with good information. It’s also important to know […]

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