Should You Use An Appraisal Management Company When Selling Your Home?
26 May 2015
If you've begun to take steps to prepare your home for sale, you may be nervous about the upcoming appraisal. Not only will this value assessment help determine your home's listing price, it will also set the maximum amount potential buyers will be able to borrow against your home without additional collateral. And with recent federal regulations governing "arms length" real estate transactions now being strictly enforced, many lenders have opted to partner with appraisal management companies (AMCs) to ensure that the appraised value of a home is truly accurate and verifiable.
21 April 2015
There are many different reasons why you might need a loan. If you need a loan to start a business, buy a home or buy a car then you have small business loans, mortgage loans and car loans at your disposal. However, there are moments when you don't need a loan for any large purchase, but you do need a loan fast, and conventional bank loans just won't do due to the processing time that it takes from the time you apply for your loan to when the cash arrives in your hand.
Healthcare Costs Got You Worried? Make Your Money Go Farther With These Tips!
19 March 2015
Having health insurance is a great way to lower your medical costs, but it's not the only way. If your policy leaves a little to be desired, you don't have to settle for paying more than you want to pay. Instead, try one of these ways to minimize health expenses without skimping on care.
Preventative Care Might Just Be Free
Under the new healthcare guidelines set forth by the US government, your insurance policy might just get you free preventative care.
Three Ways To Save Money You Didn't Even Know You Were Spending
24 February 2015
When people think about saving money, their thoughts often turn to setting aside a defined amount each month in a savings account. While that is a wise principle, there is much more to saving money than depositing a lump sum on a monthly basis. Instead, saving money should be a principle and habit of daily living. The truth is that most people fail to think in those terms, and thus their everyday lives cost them much more than necessary.