This really sounds great, the only problem is not applying for the loan, but actually getting the loan. You see, banks have no reason to loan today.
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The President is sitting down with the republicans and the new power in Congress in hopes of coming up with what to do about the Bush tax cuts.
Has anyone been keeping up with what’s happening in South Korea and the bombing of a small island on the border by North Korea?
I agree that we need to get our financial house in order. We need to create jobs and put our country back to work.
I see folks downsizing; homes are no longer the huge castles of the past twenty years but rather smaller and more sensible homes.
Indiana owes $1.9 billion in state unemployment to the federal government and are cutting unemployment benefits by up to fifty percent.
I think this is going to benefit no one but the inner circle on Wall Street. Banks have no incentives to lend to anyone.
Real Estate values are based on previous sales in the area. If your neighbor falls victim to foreclosure, your property value decreases.
Politics are moving into the gutter, a little closer to the sewage tank every election. What’s next?
With election season rapidly coming up Freddie and Fannie are at the bailout trough again. White House will comply to grapple more votes.
With commercials on TV urging to get Flood Insurance, Congress still has not passed National Flood Insurance Program
How will BP’s Insurance Fund react when the first loss of revenue claims from coastal property owners come in?
In a move that was guaranteed to stir up emotions, New Orleans Federal District Judge rules moratorium on drilling unlawful
e-distributing wealth is easy if you know to separate the glitter from the jewels.
It takes time and a good reputation, even on eBay
South Caroline surprise Senator Elect Greene may be a refreshing breath of clean air to a very polluted Beltway system.