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Daily Aid 105: Yet another reason to oppose all-Direct Lending Scholarship Update Today is our drawing for a $10,000 scholarship . Even if you miss today’s, we’re doing another at the end of July. Apply now. It’s free. Ranting and Raving A little QQ, or complaining vocally, about a student loan servicing company, ACS, from me. Dear ACS: STOP LOSING MY PAYMENTS. For the last 3 months, you’ve lost every payment I’ve sent to you, and what’s more, your customer service team
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National Mortgage News reports: The Department of Housing and Urban Development is seeking expanded loss mitigation authority allowing the principal amount of an FHA-insured mortgage to be reduced by up to 30% to help homeowners avoid defaults. The Federal Housing Administration would pay a partial claim to the servicer/investor to cover the writedown and make the mortgage current. Eventually, though, the borrower would have to repay the forgiven principal — but without interest. “It would s
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The Making home affordable program announced on March 4th 2009 has two features, the Making Home Affordable Refinance and the Home Affordable Modification. The Making Home Affordable Refinance is geared towards helping individuals who have currently been making their mortgage payments but are unable to refinance because of existing MI coverage requirements and the decline in home values. The Making Home Affordable Refinance is for Fannie Mae to Fannie Mae refinances only,so if your current loa
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by Gregory Wills

Auto insurance may be an added cost,but you need to take note that this is one added cost that you wouldn’t mind taking. Car ins will act as a buffer that can save you from possible liabilities.


This kind of insurance can be categorized in many ways. You can categorize the insurance according to the coverage that it offers. There will be the liability coverage and the comprehensive coverage. Insurance for automobiles can also be categorized according to the frequency of payment, and one such example of insurance under this category is the monthly car

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ins for cars.


From the name itself, it will be easy to define what this insurance is all about. Simply put in this car ins, the person will have to pay on a monthly basis instead of paying for the product annually or even paying for it every six months. This form of insurance is widely available in the market, so choosing one is never a problem.


To get the best, you need first to identify the price range that you are willing to pay for the insurance. You need to get quotes from as many providers as possible and see their price differences. Comparisons of the insurance should be based on many factors like price, customer service, the claims assistance and the reputation of the monthly insurance providers. These should help you narrow down your choices.


The moment you have made your choice, you need to check the monthly payment scheme that is offered by the insurance provider. You will be given an option; the term can be in six, in twelve or in monthly installment plan. If you get the monthly car ins, you may want to consider automatic withdrawal from the bank account in order to lower the billing fees or you can consider paying months in advance to avoid billing fees.



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There is this one site that you may want to consider for more information about Car Ins. The site is comprehensive and offers quotes within your range. Car Ins Click here to submit article.
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Bad Credit Home Equity Loan Information As what it is called, bad credit home equity loan is created for people who have bad credit score . Do you have bad credit score and you have many high interest debts ? If so, a bad credit home equity loan will be a good thing to be considered to pay off all of your high interest rate debts. Do you know how interest rates are determined by the bad credit home equity loan lenders ? The interest rate you will have to pay is depending on
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Federal regulators have seized the Omni National Bank of Atlanta. It has become the 21st bank in 2009 to fail. As the recession began, it has become the 46th bank in the list to fail. Six former branches of Omni National Bank will be operated by the Sun Trust Bank of Atlanta until April 27. This closure has caused the highest unemployment in a quarter century. The status of the bank on March 09 was that it was containing $956 million in assets and in deposits $796.8 million. It was shut by
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Seriously delinquent loans insured by the Federal Housing Administration are adding up, as I said in my previous post. They totaled 7.5% in February, up from 6.2% a year earlier. But FHA spokesman Lemar Wooley said of loans at least 90 days past due more than 60% are “cured” and avoid foreclosure. Here’s a table with delinquency rates on FHA loans going back to late 2007. It shows total outstanding FHA-backed loans and those that are 30-days late, 60-days late and seriously delinquent (
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Subprime, the business of making home loans to folks with spotty credit, is dead. But there are still private and public programs for borrowers with lower incomes. For the past decade, Union Bank of California, a midsize San Francisco-based lender, has offered a special program for people who want to buy a home but whose income falls short for where they want to live. The program is a great deal for customers, said Craig Cole, senior vice president and division manager for residential len
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The Wall Street Journal online quotes a spokesman for the Federal Housing Administration as saying FHA’s seriously delinquent loans totaled 7.5% in February, up from 6.2% a year earlier. That includes loans 90 days or more overdue, in foreclosure or in bankruptcy. Borrowers pay an insurance premium to get an FHA loan, and such premiums cover losses due to default. But if losses ever exceed the pool of premiums set aside, guess who pays? Borrowers are willing to pay the FHA premium to get a
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Daily Aid 104: Student loan default rate secret Student Financial Aid News From Inside Higher Ed : As Congress prepares to take up their 2010 budget blueprints, supporters and critics of President Obama’s proposal to eliminate the Family Federal Education Loan program are ramping up their arguments for and against the plan. The Consumer Bankers Association has attracted more than 4,000 college financial aid administrators, parents and loan industry officials as signers of a petition ask