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February 12, 2013

Government Student Loans

Applying for government student loans is probably one of the most exasperating experiences a person will have. It's a lengthy process that involves providing financial records, filling out student aid applications, obtaining financial counseling, and entering into legal contracts.

The good news is getting government student loans can be simplified by making a visit to StudentLoans.gov. This website is supplied by the Office of the U.S. Department of Education and provides information on everything from getting financial awareness counseling to student loan consolidation.

Students need to learn about the application process, different types of loans and payment options. In order to apply for financial aid students must prepare a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

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January 08, 2013

Student Loans without a Cosigner

Most people find getting student loans without a cosigner to be an impossible feat. While the task can be challenging there are a few resources for students to tap into. For most, the top option is applying for government student loans. However, some people might qualify for private funding.

Qualifying for private student loans without a cosigner requires an established credit history and good FICO score. This option is generally reserved for borrowers who have consistent income either from a job, structured settlement annuity payments, or trust fund.

It's not easy to borrow college funds from a bank, so it's better to look into government student loans first. A few of the most common are Stafford loans, Perkins loans, and PLUS loans.

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October 25, 2008

Realistate

Realistate can consist of houses, vacant land, commercial buildings, warehouses, retail shops, apartments, condominiums, motels, hotels and shopping malls. Just as there are numerous types of realistate, there are as many types of investors.

Although realistate is currently on a downhill slope, it doesn't mean investors should stop investing. In fact, investors who purchase real estate with cash can make a fortune in the long run. Regardless of how bad the economy gets, history has proven real estate to be a smart investment. However, as with any type of investment, realistate investing is not without risk.

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