Explore the difference between interest rate vs. interest volume, how much you’ll actually pay the bank monthly, and how to save thousands of dollars in interest.
How lenders circulate your interest payments and make their own money. With United Financial Freedom experts, you can understand your interest rate calculations.
Keep reading as we take a look at what falling behind on loan payments could look like for you, and what you can do to make sure you’re debt-free sooner
What you need to know about refinancing and 6 tips to help you make the right decision
Planning to buy your home with low credit? A low-credit loan is challenging, but you have more options than you may think.
The ultimate guide to reducing your mortgage payments. Keep reading as we explain what you can do to save time, and more importantly money, on your monthly mortgage payments
Lenders take every penny they can legally get from home buyers, and understanding how they do it can save you four, five, or even six figures. Find out how below
Follow along as we explain the finer details of structuring your first mortgage, and what interest rates mean for you as a first-time buyer.
When you’re buying a home, one of the first things you’ll need to focus on is your mortgage interest rate calculation.
Our comprehensive 9-step guide will cover everything you need to know before purchasing your first home.
When it comes to buying a home, there’s a lot you have to plan for—monthly mortgage payments, home insurance, and all the extra fees that pop up when you sign the paperwork on your new home.
Looking to purchase a home and not sure how much to put down? Follow our complete guide to choosing the right down payment for your mortgage.
Buying a second home won’t be too similar to your first home buying experience, and there are some extra costs (and risks) you’ll need to know about. If you’re eager to invest in a second home, finish reading this guide first!
So, if you’re looking to save some cash on your mortgage and/or debt payments, keep reading! We’ll explain the #1 rule of mortgage payments, and some tips to help you save more money