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(41)California Refinance - Refinancing in California..


The real estate market in California is booming. Home values continue to appreciate almost on a daily basis. Refinancing your home is an excellent way to take advantage of the low interest rates currently being offered by California lenders. The beautiful scenery and warm climate make California and ideal place for families and businesses alike. If you currently live in California and are considering refinancing your mortgage, there are both online lenders and traditional mortgage companies who can give you excellent rates and lower your monthly mortgage payments.
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Refinancing your home basically replaces your existing mortgage with a new loan. You can choose either a variable or fixed interest rate and the length of your new loan can be up to 30 years. Varying terms and fast approvals make refinancing your California home a smart decision. Refinancing can give you extra money each month due to the potential decrease in your monthly mortgage payments. If you are paying a high rate of interest on your mortgage, then now is the best time to refinance your home in California.

California is a great place to own a home. The business community is thriving and the sun swept landscape is breathtaking. Mortgage lenders can generally provide home loans in all states, so choosing a lender that will refinance your California home is easy. Online lenders can give you quotes from multiple mortgage companies with one simple application. By completing a short application, you could be contacted by lenders who are anxious to approve your California refinance loan in just hours. Many lenders are offering zero point loans and low cost refinancing. Even with bad credit, you can refinance your California home.

Compare your current interest rate with the low rates being offered by lenders and see if you could save money by refinancing. Some lenders will even finance the points you pay on your loan to reduce the amount of cash you need upfront. If you want to refinance your home and lower your payments, contact a lender who can approve your loan in California or in any other state you may own a home. Refinancing is a great way to take advantage of the great loans being offered by online lenders and traditional mortgage companies. You can get free quotes from several lenders and compare the rates offered by each. You can lower your monthly payments and have extra cash each and every month.
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About the Author
Carrie Reeder is the owner of ABC Loan
Guide, an information website with articles and the latest news about
various types of loans.
Written by: Carrie Reeder
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(42)Can you afford Not to look After your Personal Finances?


Investing is a subject a lot of people don’t want to think about. And there is good reason for that. Investing seems scary. It either sounds like something only the rich do or something that only a skilled professional can do. But the truth is that investing is something that everyone can and should do—as soon as possible.

Why should you start now?

Think about this. There are two ways to make money. You can exchange your time for money or you can make your money work for you. Most of us work 40 hours a week. In this case, you are trading your time for money. But wouldn’t you rather earn more than you are making? If you are making $1,000, wouldn’t you rather be earning $5,000? Most people think the only way to earn more is to work more. Work overtime is their motto! But there is more to life than working. Investing gives you the chance to let your money work for you—saving you time and earning you money.

But is the purpose of investing to get rich?

Some people don’t invest because they think that investing is something you do to get rich. They figure they’ll never earn enough to get rich, so why bother. But that’s not what investing is for. Investing is a way for you to be able to maintain your current lifestyle.

Think about this: what if the company you worked for suddenly closed down? What are you going to do when you get to retirement? Sometimes working more is not a viable option. Investing gives you another source of savings and earning income. You don’t invest to become a multi-millionaire (of course no one would stop you if that happens); you invest so that you can provide for yourself in the way you are accustomed to both before and after retirement.

Many people are convinced that investing is the right thing to do at this point, but, there are some misconceptions people have about investing that prevents them from actually doing it. These misconceptions are that:

Investing is too hard

Investing is too risky

You need a lot of money to invest

Let’s look at each one of these misconceptions.

Investing is too hard
You may think that investing is just too hard. But a lot of that has to do with the terminology of the investment industry. I mean who knows what Fed Fund rates, mutual funds, indexes, or blue chip stocks are? But you don’t need to be scared off by a bunch of words—in the end they are just words. Just like you probably didn’t know what PMI was before you bought your first house or what APR was before you got your first credit card, you can learn what these things are. And you will find that they aren’t so hard to learn. And if you seek the advice of a professional, they can explain it to you.

Investing is too risky.

Some people have the idea that investing is risky. Movies such as “Wall Street”, no doubt, lead people to think that. But the fact is that investing is only as risky as you want it to be. Do you want to take huge risks? You can invest in international stocks. Want to play it safe? Go with bonds. The risk level is up to you and only you.

I can’t afford to invest.

Many people think they can’t afford to invest. But when you look at the alternatives (social security may not be there, job security is not 100%), you really have to ask yourself how can you afford not to invest. And the earlier you start, the more money you will earn. Even if it’s only a small amount, the money you invest today will earn you big in the future.



About the Author
Mika Hamilton is editor and founder of the Global Investment Institute. http:www.global-investment-institute.com

Written by: Mika Hamilton


(43)Car Finance


These days having a reliable and safe vehicle to drive is more important than ever. With public transport packed to the hilt and often unreliable, many people have learned to rely on their vehicles to get to college or work, pick up the kids, do the shopping and even to perform their jobs. That’s why things can get really tough when you find yourself with an unsafe or unreliable car. When it comes to affordable car finance loan companies in the UK offer some great deals to suit all budgets and needs.

Whatever type of car and price you are looking at, a loan company should be able to help you by providing low cost finance. Of course, the amount that you will be eligible to borrow for your car will depend upon your income and employment status amongst other things. If you really want to keep costs down when buying a new car, try and go for a basic model – however nice the thought of driving the latest sports model might be, the insurance costs along can end up being financially crippling.

Getting a basic car coupled with finding low cost car finance from a loan company means that you can enjoy the benefits of safer, more reliable driving at a really affordable cost, rather than having to pay a fortune for the privilege of getting an improved car, or worse still, being left to struggle with an old banger that is on its last legs.

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Paul Heath is the author and owner of http://www.4a-loan.co.uk
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Written by: Paul Heath


(44)Car Finance Company Basics.


Purchasing a new vehicle requires more than just deciding what type of car to buy and how much to pay. Unless you have a lot of cash saved and can buy the car upfront, you will have to decide upon some type of financing.

Before choosing a car finance company, you will want to compare prices and rates. While it is convenient to have the car dealership set up your loan and payment plan, in most cases this is not the best option. A dealer will submit your credit information to several lenders but this does not mean you are getting the best deal. A car dealerships first priority is to make money and they will pick the lender that offers them the best commission. However, their commission is based on the interest rate that you are charged.

Car dealerships have business relationships with banks, credit unions, and other types of finance companies. The finance company allows the dealership to increase the amount of your interest rate. The extra amount you are charged in interest goes to the dealership in exchange for your business. The dealership makes a profit, the lender gets their original asking interest rate, and the customer ends up paying too much in interest charges.

Online Lenders Offer Low Interest Rates

Applying for a car loan online is one of the best ways to lower your interest rate. Besides having a good credit record, which all lenders will check when applying for a loan, an online loan is your best bet in obtaining a low interest rate. By applying for a loan online, you are saving the lender time and money. The savings from the cost of doing business are passed on to the customer.

Usually if you apply for your loan online, the lender will want you to sign up for an automatic payment plan. After filling out a form, your car payments will be automatically deducted from your account. This prevents the lender from having to process as much paperwork and the loan payment is always made on a specified date.

Don't Be Pressured By Salespeople

Even if you have already been pre-approved for a car loan, don't let an eager salesperson force you into making a decision. Many will use excuses to lure you into purchasing the vehicle that same day.

If they are willing to offer you a deal on a car today, chances are they will offer you a deal of equal value next week. Before you decide on a car and sign the loan papers, make sure you are happy with both the vehicle and your financing terms.


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Written by: Carrie Reeder


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