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August 12, 2007


Homeowner Loans

Fantastic Post. Homeowner Loans are a popular way of borrowing larger sums of money by securing it against your property. Remember though, while the rate and monthly amounts look good, you will be paying back over a longer period of time and therefore will pay more money back in the long term. If you can try and overpay so your term will reduce and you won’t pay as much interest.

Homeowner Loans

Great Post. I would also suggest readers to be careful and think carefully before taking on any additional credit and if consolidating, remember not to run up those store and credit cards again.

A secured loan did help me get back on my feet but I am overpaying each month so I don’t pay as much interest in the long term. Also means I will be debt free sooner!

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