Things To Do And Not Do With Your Credit When Applying For A Mortgage Loan

Posted on: 22 June 2016

Getting a mortgage requires a lot of different steps, and one of these steps involves a credit check. When you apply for a mortgage loan, the lender will need to verify your credit score before approving your loan. If you want the best mortgage rate possible, you will need to make sure your credit is as high as it can be, and there are certain things you should do and shouldn't do relating to your credit before you apply for a loan. [Read More]

Commercial Banking Has Many Services To Offer Small Business Owners

Posted on: 22 June 2016

If you are planning on opening a small business and are thinking about using your personal bank in order to finance your business, consider a commercial bank instead. Commercial banks offer a number of services to small business owners that can be beneficial to getting your business up and running. Commercial Bank A commercial bank specializes in working with businesses. The commercial bank accepts deposits and lets you withdraw your money, just as your retail bank would. [Read More]

Two Tips To Help Your Small Business Get A Commercial Mortgage

Posted on: 21 June 2016

If you're the owner of a small business that's looking to stop leasing office space, a commercial mortgage is the way to go.  However, you may find that the requirements for a commercial mortgage are more stringent than the residential mortgage process.  Commercial mortgage loans aren't typically backed by a governmental agency, so commercial mortgage lenders tend to be a bit more strict when they're considering whether or not to loan money to a business. [Read More]

FAQs About A Lien Against A Workers' Comp Settlement

Posted on: 19 June 2016

If you settled your workers' compensation claim for a lump sum, you should receive payment after signing a release. However, if you have a lien on your settlement from a medical care provider, you have to settle it. If not, you could face serious consequences. If you have been notified there is a lien on your settlement, here is what you need to know.  Is It Truly A Lien? In personal injury cases, such as workers' compensation, a lien or claim for reimbursement can be used to collect funds that are owed from medical treatment. [Read More]