Tag Archives: loans

Fixed Rate Home Loans Provide Certainty: Newcastle Permanent Building Society Says

If there is one thing that home buyers could use more of, it’s certainty. The financial world is notoriously unsure. Investing money in a business can be a boom or bust proposition. Trying to flip real estate might work well or lead to disaster. Almost everything comes with risk. Should buying a home be risky? Home buying shouldn’t… Read More »

Loans in Tough Times: Banks can make it just that much harder

Trying to apply for a loan in a tough economy can often be a challenge. People with bad credit reports and scores have difficult times in securing loans for small amounts. Banks simply do not trust certain people with poor credit history. Less Formal Lending Fortunately, there are some institutions and companies that are willing to provide loans… Read More »

PayDay Loans: Fix Your Cashflow Problems, People

If you get a payday loan, it is crucial that you have a plan in place from the very beginning so that you can pay it off. Without the plan, you may not make those payments on time, and then you have to deal with the seriously higher or penalty interest rates. Avoiding those rates should be your… Read More »

Should you consider a PayDayLoan or a Title Loan?

Everyone needs some cash at times, whether it’s for emergencies or just to have some fun. If you don’t have a good credit score though, most banks won’t give you the time of day. If this applies to you, consider a title loan on your car. A Title Loan Is… Many people have heard of a title loan,… Read More »

New Advertiser Shout Out: AnyCredit Car Finance and Urgent CashLoan

I’d like to welcome two new advertisers to the blog: “AnyCredit Car Finance” and “Urgent CashLoans” both companies which provide financing for diverse applicants in the UK and US markets respectively. #1: AnyCredit Car Finance recently joined InvestorBlogger Dot Com by purchasing advertising from us. AnyCreditFinance provides “Car loans to suit you”, as advertised on its website, for… Read More »

Keep tabs on your budget: send yourself notes, SMS, even email!

In this regular feature, InvestorBlogger will publish stories and experiences that we all face everyday. This story is especially useful for those considering first time mortgages, especially those with extra frills (like credit cards, extra loans, 100%+ financing…), When I bought my house, my mortgage company offered me a credit card that seemed like a very good deal.… Read More »

Choose your business partner – CAREFULLY!

One of the best pieces of business advice I ever got was “You can’t do a good deal with a bad partner.”Having had many partners over the years, I can say that this statement holds true. So I thought I’d offer some personal experiences I’ve had with partners both good and bad. Finding the Right Business Partner by… Read More »

Personal Loans: Do you have an action plan?

You’ve all seen the ads: just call this number for low-interest personal loans or easy payment plans or “loan now/pay later”. They sound attractive, and can entice people to borrow to purchase whatever they want. So, for many people, taking out these personal loans is a convenient way to purchase what they want, when they want it, without… Read More »