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  • Money Lenders
    Differences Between Money Lenders And Banks In Singapore
    A bank lends you money, when you have your own house, property, earn good money, assets like car, bike, or when you do not require borrowing money. The less amount you need to lend money, the more banks wants to loan to you. If you have need of...
  • banks trim jobs
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    For the fourth time in a year, Bank of America has trimmed personnel amid slack demand for home loans. Retail originations sank 49 percent to $11.6 billion in the fourth quarter, Chief Financial Officer Bruce Thompson said on Jan. 15. Affected...
  • QM
    Qualified Mortgage Guidelines
    Buyers who need to purchase a home with a loan can expect to see significant changes in loan requirements taking effect January 10, 2014.The new guidelines implemented under The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Qualified Mortgage (QM)...
  • The Market Is Changing In Important Ways.
    Three predictions economists are making about the housing market for 2014
    If The Forecasters Are Correct, The Housing Sector Is Ready To Have A Positive Impact On The Rest Of The Economy In 2014.Seven buyers, who purchased 10 or more homes in November 2013, acquired 159 properties, or about 41 percent of all homes...
  • Tips for getting a mortgage on your second property
    Tips for getting a mortgage on your second property
    Are you considering buying a Charlotte County, Florida property as a second home or investment? Perhaps you are looking for a small condo or home where you can escape for vacation, or maybe you want to have another home closer to family. Maybe you...
  • Small business owners:  Look before you Lease
    Small business owners: Look before you Lease
    In an effort to satisfy the urge to reach a new level of success, small business owners must wrestle with the normal evolutionary process of either becoming a Tenant for the first time as a start-up or deciding to lease a new space to either...
  • Payday loans
    Payday loans are costing its consumers hundreds in fees
    Millions of consumers have turned to short term payday loans seeking fast relief but struggling to repay the loan for months. Although marketing advertise that payday loans are short term and acquired in the event of an emergency, studies have...
  • Accion San Diego
    Accion keeps the business ball rolling for low income locals
    Working janitor jobs in San Diego and staying poor is not a career plan that can earn the local the credit they can get with the financial help given out by Accion. The non-profit makes a difference in the local business market by offering small...
  • lenders to payback selected borrowers
    Real estate; Payback is in the mail
    50,000 San Diegans who have had their homes foreclosed upon since 2009 are anticipating “payback” from their former lenders. The U.S. Comptroller of Currency, John Walsh, reported yesterday that former homeowners could start receiving...
  • Balancing housing with financing
    Mortgage closing delays expected as BofA shutters correspondent program
    Nearly $180 billion in home loans were purchased by Bank of America, half of it's origination volume, in 2010. Those home mortgages were originated by the thousands of brokers and correspondent lenders who sell to the financial giant and who...
  • Notice of Defaults Drop in Los Angeles Region
    Notice of Defaults Drop in Los Angeles Region
    Most of the nation saw Notice of Defaults (N.O.D.) drop to levels not seen since 2007. In the Los Angeles region, there were 11,250 filings compared to 13,045, the same time a year ago. That represents a decline of 13.8%.Perhaps that's good...
  • Short Sales
    Real Estate; New short sale law
    San Diego homeowners who are considering a short sale of their troubled properties can rest easier today after Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 458. The new law broadens previous short sales laws. The previous law allowed homeowners to...
  • Don't tell anyone
    What the finance industry does not want you to know
    How is it legal for credit card companies and other lenders to provide personal information to scavenger debt collectors? The scavenger debt collectorcan access your personal information to begin the collection process for just pennies on the...
  • Empowering:  The National Urban League's Economic Empowerment Tour
    Empowering: The National Urban League's Economic Empowerment Tour
    Since 1910, the National Urban League is an organization with a rich history. With its focus on civil rights and equity, especially in the areas of economic empowerment in order to raise the standard and quality of living in historically...
  • Jacksonville Homestead, Civil War Era
    Foreclosure epidemic presents challenge for Jacksonville
    The foreclosure epidemic has hit Jacksonville hard, with a special court formed to deal with record levels of proceedings. In an interview with The Florida Times-Union, one foreclosure defense attorney called the court the ‘Rocket Docket....