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Secured Loan vs Unsecured Loan

Secured Loan vs Unsecured Loan

by Choncé Maddox
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Updated on September 22, 2022
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4 Min Read
Considering a secured loan vs unsecured loan? Both are personal loans but here are some key tips on how to choose the best option for you.
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Home Equity Loan vs. HELOC

by Holly Johnson
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Updated on August 28, 2022
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4 Min Read
Home equity loans give you a lump sum upfront, whereas HELOCs let you borrow money as you need it. Find out how these loans compare and who they're best for.
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A Guide to Land Loans

by Jessica Martel
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Updated on May 24, 2022
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5 Min Read
Looking for a plot of land to call your own? If you want to purchase land but don’t have immediate plans to build, a land loan might be a good option.
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Best Debt Consolidation Loans Of 2022

by Catherine Hiles
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Updated on January 2, 2022
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10 Min Read
The best debt consolidation loans can help you streamline payments and reduce interest rates on your debt, making your financial life simpler.
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What Is an Insurance Underwriter, and How Does It Work?

by Sarah Li Cain
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Updated on May 22, 2022
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4 Min Read
Whether you’re applying for insurance or a loan, you may have come across the term “underwriting.” Read to learn what it is, and how it can determine whether your application will be approved.
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APR vs. APY

by Eric Rosenberg
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Updated on March 24, 2022
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3 Min Read
APR and APY are essential measures of interest rates when dealing with your finances. Learn more about APR vs. APY and how to use them here.
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What Is a Conventional Loan?

by Kevin Mercadante
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Updated on April 21, 2022
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5 Min Read
Here’s all you need to know about conventional loans. We’ll tell you about the different types of conventional loans, which will work best for you, and how to best qualify.
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What Is Revolving Credit?

by Jason Steele
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Updated on March 13, 2022
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5 Min Read
Revolving credit is a type of loan that lets you borrow at different times and in different amounts, while you make regular payments in proportion to the outstanding balance.
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