It's All About The Numbers: Improving Your Credit Score For Home Ownership

Posted on: 13 December 2018

Home purchases can be both exciting and stressful. While the home search itself can be fun, the effort to get a mortgage approval is often filled with confusion and anxiety. Read on to find out what you can do to help influence one facet of that approval process: your credit score. What Do Lenders Look for in Terms of Creditworthiness? Being approved for a home loan is a multi-legged beast. You should pay attention to things like:
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Is It True You Can'T Get A Mortgage On A Manufactured Home?

Posted on: 4 October 2018

Many people are attracted to manufactured homes because they tend to be cheaper than standard single family houses and certain types of manufactured home can be easily relocated from one piece of land to another. However, these types of homes can be difficult to finance. Here's what it takes to get a mortgage on a manufactured house and alternative financing options if your home doesn't qualify. Home Must Be Considered Real Estate
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Tired Of Missing Out On Big Government Contracts? How To Get And Keep The Next One

Posted on: 16 July 2018

As a construction contractor, you want "the big money." As everyone knows, "the big money" comes from doing government contract work. However, every time you have tried to get a government contract, you just cannot seem to break into that line of work. It is hard, but once you break through and snag a government contract, you have to bring more than your "A-game" to the table; you have to bring your "
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How To Get Your Money Back After Bailing Someone Out Of Jail

Posted on: 18 April 2018

If you bail someone out of jail, then you are putting your credit on the line. You have to sign a contract with the bond agent. A bail bond is an insurance policy that guarantees the defendant to show up in court. After doing a favor for a friend, it is common to want your money back as soon as possible. Read on to find out how to get your money back after bailing someone out of jail.
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