Choosing The Right Loan

Need a loan but have bad credit? Learn how to find a suitable lender and choose the right loan so you can navigate financial problems.

Choosing The Right Loan

3 Ways To Make Your Mortgage Business More Efficient

26 May 2018
, Blog

As the owner of your own mortgage lending business, you have the potential for much higher income than when you worked for someone else. As you scale your business, attract more clients, and hire more lenders and originators to work under you, your revenue should continue to grow each year. One problem that sometimes limits the income potential of mortgage lenders is a lack of efficient systems and processes. Becoming more efficient means you have more time to focus on revenue-generating tasks.
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Starting A Business With Limited Capital: 3 Ways You Can Save On Startup Costs

19 October 2015
 Categories: , Blog

Surprisingly, 80 percent of new businesses fail before reaching their two-year anniversary. And the reason they do so is simple: their owners run out of capital to reinvest into the business. On average, it takes three years for a new business to start turning over a reliable profit. During this time, it is up to you, the business owner, to keep putting money into the business. If you fail to save enough to get your business through the first few years or if you blow through your startup capital too fast, you may set yourself up for failure.
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Choosing The Right Loan

I remember it like it was yesterday. I had recently declared bankruptcy, and I found myself in a terrible financial situation. My child had just gotten into a bad accident on their bike, and the medical bills were piling up fast. I realized that I needed a loan, but I knew that it would be hard to find a lender given my situation. Fortunately, a friend of mine recommended a great financial institution that offered loans for people who had bad credit. It was amazing to work with them. This blog is all about finding an incredible lender that will help you through any financial problem, so that you can come out on top.