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Fresh cut bank instrument for lease/sale, such as BG,SBLC,
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Mortgage on an house buying as an investment?
posted by: jenni011 @ Thu Oct 27, 2016 6:09 am
Hello guys! I will clarify my situation first. I have a good credit score. I am staying at a home I bought several years back on mortgage and all the mortgage payments were done on time without any delay until it was closed off. So I believe I am a good candidate, if I want to take another mortgage. I have got a good deal on a house I found in Toronto. I want to buy it as an investment by renting it out. I am not sure if a mortgage will be approved for a house I won't live in. I think contacting a mortgage broker in Toronto may help me, but no...
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FBS 5 accounts to meet every traders need!
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Dilemma: Flip house or stay in it?
posted by: JMC @ Mon Oct 24, 2016 9:19 pm
I am 53 and self-employed. My wife and I had to file bankruptcy for the first time in 2012 after 2008 crash took toll on our business. Lost home and cars. Developed and sold a website for $55k this year and bought foreclosed 5BR 3BA home with it for $50k after paying off credit cards.

We'd like to stay in home but we will owe income tax of $17k or more for 2016 and can't get a mortgage loan until three years from foreclosure which was in 2015 (home was discharged in 2012 BK but we tried unsuccessfully to stay in it).

We have two daughter...
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Trying to teach grandkids how never to be broke-
posted by: lucre @ Mon Oct 24, 2016 7:19 am
A couple of my grandkids have just started work, So I thought I would try to help them, by showing them how to get through life, without too much strain on their finances - | have, on my desk a jar with $100.00 worth of coins. Each grandchild in turn was offered this money, on condition that they follow my instructions: To open a deposit account at a bank of their choice, and every pay they add 10% of their take home pay, and to never withdraw from this account, no matter what, with the ability to borrow against this fund as it grows with comp...
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Recommended Mortgage Sources
posted by: 614Engineer @ Mon Oct 24, 2016 12:32 am
I'm getting ready to real estate shop in San Diego. Personal residence, likely a condo.

Recommendations for good mortgage sources? Online only companies? Credit union? Specific companies that are highly regarded?

This industry is like the fitness industry.. bombardment with so much crap, it's tough to find the actual real information through all the ads and BS.
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Need a budget to eleminate debt and manage finances
posted by: badcredit87 @ Thu Oct 20, 2016 5:38 pm
Hello Smile

I am in a financial mess with nowhere to turn, I have put myself in this situation, I am aware of the severity of my situation and I am willing to do all it takes to get myself out. I feel overwhelmed and would like some assistance/advice from people who have taken the steps to get themselves out of debt. I don’t know where to start. I will divide my debt in two categories on credit report and off credit report. Would love help with a budget/gameplan. Thanks for your help


Credit score is 550 currently On Credit Re...
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How much cash should you keep around?
posted by: blackcats @ Thu Oct 20, 2016 7:08 am
I'm reassembling a substantial emergency supplies kit... the kind that's supposed to get us through "the big one" (volcanic eruption or catastrophic earthquake, both of which are completely valid concerns 'round these parts).

They always say "keep cash on hand", but they never say just how much. The only thing I can imagine needing cash for if the SHTF is for gasoline, mechanic, airline tickets (totally optimistic on that one) and, of course, food and health needs (but our kit should last us a month... about 2 weeks longer than what authorit...
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Mid-thirties, better to purchase long-term care insurance or
posted by: adamjohnson @ Thu Oct 20, 2016 7:06 am
Started a new job and they are asking me if I want to "buy up" long-term care insurance. The employer offers 3 years/$3,000 per month for free.

At age 37 my rates are relatively low. However I'm still wondering if it would be worth it. I could buy up, for example, life-time coverage of $3,000 per month with inflation protection for about $50/month.

From google searches the average age people enter nursing homes is 79. That's 42 years from now. At 7% returns I could have $150,000 in the bank by then with the same investment. My grandfather...
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