What to Know About Pre-Qualifying for Mobile Home Mortgages

Posted on: 13 March 2017
If you have found a mobile home and acreage you like that will fit into your budget, one of the first steps may be to pre-qualify for a land and home package mortgage. You may find a mortgage company that works directly with a mobile home dealer and is willing to put you through their pre-qualification process to see what price range of homes you may be eligible to purchase. If this is the case, there are a few things you should know about that pre-qualification with the mortgage company so you are prepared for a positive outcome
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Three Ways To Boost Your Credit Score Before Applying For A Home Loan

Posted on: 3 March 2017
As you start planning to buy a house, there may be some work you will need to do to be fully prepared when you walk in the bank to apply for a loan. One of the big things you should consider is checking your credit report and finding ways to improve your score. Your credit score will play a large role in the interest rate you get on your home loan, which is why you should do all you can to make sure it is as high as possible before you apply for a loan.
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3 Tips To Make Securing Your First Home Loan A Little Easier

Posted on: 1 March 2017
First time home buying is a goal that many young people share. Buying a home for the first time can be an intimidating process, especially if you unfamiliar with the criteria used by mortgage lenders when deciding whether or not to approve a loan application. If you are looking for some simple ways to streamline the application process for your first home loan, here are three tips that you should keep in mind.
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How Receivables Factoring Can Infuse Cash Into Your Struggling Trucking Company

Posted on: 9 May 2016
If you are the owner of a small local trucking company, then you are likely struggling to get your clients to pay your company's outstanding receivables. Since this situation is unfortunately all too common in the trucking industry, there is a solution known as factoring that can easily get the cash flowing into your business again. Factoring your company's receivables removes you from the collection process and allows you to spend your time acquiring new business rather than trying to collect on the bills for past work already completed.
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