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1) The Scoring Game:Credit scoring is a means of applying a sophisticated mathematical model to your credit behavior, and the behavior of other borrowers like you.

2) Home Equity Credit Lines: Using a credit line to borrow against the equity in your home has become a popular source of consumer credit. And lenders are offering these home equity credit lines in a variety of ways.

3) Home Equity Loans: The Three-Day Cancellation Rule. The Truth In Lending Act gives you three days to reconsider a signed credit agreement and cancel the deal without penalty.

4) Knee Deep in Debt: Many people face financial crises at some time in their lives, but your financial situation doesn't have to go from bad to worse.

5) Looking for the BEST Mortgage?: You'll want to compare all the costs involved in obtaining a mortgage. Shopping, comparing, and negotiating may save you thousands of dollars.

6) Reverse Mortgages: A reverse mortgage is a type of home equity loan that allows you to convert some of the equity in your home into cash while you retain home ownership. RMs works much like traditional mortgages, only in reverse.

7) Cosigning A Loan: What would you do if a friend or relative asked you to cosign a loan? Before you answer, make sure you understand what cosigning involves.

8) Keeping an ARM Could Save You Money: Whether it happened by chance, foresight, or just plain inertia, holding your one-year ARM may be the best mortgage bet for the rest of this year.

9) What Moves Mortgage Rates?: The answer is that rates are moved by a number of related factors.

10) What To Do When Mortgage Rates Are Rising: We've outlined seven things you'll need to know when rates are rising/have risen, and you might be able to help yourself to some savings.

11) What Documents Will I Need To Apply for a Mortgage?: Here's a list of the documents most commonly needed in order to apply for a mortgage loan.

12) Give Yourself Credit: Creditor direct strategies. Creditor-direct requires a lot of time and street smarts.

13) Understanding Your Credit Score: Your Credit Score is used by anyone loaning you money. This score is most often known as FICO and serves as a snapshot of your credit history. 








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