The “credit score” is nothing new; however there are still many misconceptions and myths surrounding them. 9 Year Mortgage wants to help set these myths straight.
With some parts of the country already feeling the heat of the season, it’s time to start preparing for summer. 9 Year Mortgage advises you to protect your wallet this summer by cutting energy costs.
Read what recent 9 Year Mortgage clients are saying, learn some valuable money-saving tips and how to increase your income, and keep up to date with the current state of the housing market with the July 2011 edition of the 9 Year Mortgage Newsletter.
For the first time ever China is about to pass the US in percentage of World GDP. Meanwhile, banks are expected to send out 3.2 billion credit card offers this year. 9 Year Mortgage also expounds on negotiating the best deals on six common fees and expenses, and the dangers of only making the minimum payments on your debts. Don’t miss out on the May 2011 edition of the 9 Year Mortgage Financial Newsletter.
In the April issue of the 9 Year Mortgage Financial Newsletter learn how to save on home and auto insurance, how you compare with the finances of the average American, and why you should be concerned about compound interest and minimum credit card payments.
WHEN INCOME IS CUT, HOW SHOULD I PRIORITIZE CASH FLOW?… 1. Pay the Rent/Mortgage First: Regardless of your financial circumstances, you need a roof overhead, a place to call home, a sanctuary from the world at the end of the day. So, your housing comes off the top of your check. If your check is […]