With more than 25.5 million veterans and service personnel eligible for VA financing, this loan is attractive and has many advantages. Eligibility for the VA Loan is defined as veterans who served on active duty and have a discharge other than dishonorable after a minimum of 90 days of service during wartime or a minimum [...]
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Do You Really Need Personal Loans. Are personal loans need in these days? Why would I need s personal loan. Can I get a personal loan.
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With two possible consecutive years of decline in the housing market,can anyone see the light at the end of the tunnel?
My boyfriend has a very nice place with a few acres, and he’s getting ready to put it on the market. How terrible is this going to be? I know the housing market is pretty bad right now. FYI: He lives in a small farming community in the Midwest. Thanks!
Some economists want to blame the econimic slump on the housing market which is only a symptom of the real problem. The problem is your consumers are now your cheep labor force. When people can no longer afford to buy things because companies want to cut cost essentially they cut out thier biggest consumers which [...]
Would the rich really spend less of their tax cuts? Debate over extending the Bush/Obama tax cuts revolves around whether or not the rich would spend the money, thereby stimulating the economy, or save it. Can we learn lessons from 2003? Read more on The Christian Science Monitor