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June 11, 2010

Loans

Loans allow people to buy things they need but don't have enough money saved away to purchase. Loans are often used when buying real estate and automobiles, as well as financing college education tuition or starting a business.

Unless loans are provided by family or friends, recipients of borrowed funds must apply for personal or business loans through banks or credit unions. Lending institutions require borrowers to provide evidence they are capable of repaying loans. If borrowers have poor credit their loan application might be denied or lenders may require a qualified co-signer.

Real Estate Investing article on "Loans"

May 10, 2010

Loan Deferment

Loan deferment might be a good choice for students facing temporary financial challenges. Most college loan payments can be deferred for a few months when students are enduring economic hardships, unemployment, military deployment or enrolled in school at least half-time.

Students must apply for loan deferment through the loan provider. College loans that qualify for deferred payments include: Parent PLUS, Graduate PLUS, Stafford, federal, and private student loans. Students that have entered into college loan consolidation may also qualify for loan deferment.

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May 08, 2010

Loan Deferment

Loan deferment refers to being allowed to skip a loan payment without affecting your credit rating. Most types of loans can be deferred with lender approval including car loans, home mortgage loans and student loans. Each type of loan carries a different deferment process and each lender has their own set of loan deferment policies and procedures.

Loan deferment payments are generally rolled to the end of the loan, which in turn extends payment terms. The first step to obtaining a loan deferment involves contacting the lender. Most lenders require borrowers to submit a financial hardship letter detailing events which have caused them to be unable to adhere to their payment schedule.

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