The Pluses And Minuses Of Bad Credit/No Downpayment Mortgage Loan Programs

Posted on: 29 June 2016

If you have bad credit and cannot afford a downpayment on a mortgage, many lenders might tell you to forget ever owning a house. However, you might be wondering where all of those loan programs from the early 2000's went--the ones that helped just about anyone get into a house, even if they had bad credit and no money to put down. Most of those lenders went bankrupt or stopped offering these loans when it became apparent that these homeowners were going to owe more than their new homes were worth. [Read More]

Losing Patients In Your Dental Practice? Turn It Around With These Tips

Posted on: 28 June 2016

If your dental practice is losing patients and money, you may wonder how you can turn around your business before it completely goes under. There can be many reasons that patients don't turn to you for their dental needs. Some patients may not like the atmosphere in your office, while others may feel uncomfortable with your staff. Here are things you can do to turn your dental practice around now. [Read More]

Post Wedding Paydown: How To Juggle Your Wedding Loans As Newlyweds

Posted on: 23 June 2016

The average wedding in the United States costs around $26,000, not including the post-wedding honeymoon or traveling phase. Much of this also does not include any after wedding moving that you may be doing as a couple or any gifts that you choose to give to one another. With all of the expenses that crop up during the wedding and honeymoon, many couples choose to take out personal loans to pay for their big day and to have a little money afterwards for their big honeymoon. [Read More]

What To Do If You Can't Pay Your Rent

Posted on: 23 June 2016

If you are in a tight spot and are unable to pay your rent on time, you might be worried about getting evicted. It's true that many landlords will evict tenants who do not pay their rent as they are supposed to, but there are a few things that you can do to help keep your home. Talk to Your Landlord First of all, even though you might not want to, it is always best to talk to your landlord when you're in this situation. [Read More]