It’s hard to believe that another summer has come and gone, and a new school year is quickly approaching. Of course, this time of year always brings out a mix of emotions. Parents and students are overcome with excitement, maybe a little sad as the summer ends. Kids are even anxious and possibly scared Read More
College graduates in Ohio are entering the workforce with high hopes, bright futures, and years’ worth of student loan debt.
The average annual cost of tuition in Ohio was $14,804 for the 2016-2017 academic year, according to CollegeCalc. That’s $1,218 higher than the U.S. average and ranks Ohio as the 20th most-expensive state or district Read More
A Credit 101 Halloween edition
I can vividly remember one specific Halloween day, I was riding my bike with my friends on the street in front of my house. I was in my early teens and as always, my competitive nature got the best of me as a race broke out. Just as I reached Read More
Once again our summer days are getting shorter and everybody is talking about “back to school”. Personally, I always enjoy fall. Working at the UD Branch, I feel a sense of energy on campus; faculty are putting the final touches on their semester lesson plans, The Pride of Dayton pep band is practicing for Read More
Did you know that you can buy a house with no money down? There are several loans and/or grants available to first time buyers, military veterans and everyday people. I am a fan of no money down home loans and grant programs, and here is why I think you should be too.
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“Mortgage interest rates can’t go any lower!” That’s what many Americans have been saying for the last seven years. Well, thanks to Brexit and other global economic factors, rates continue to drop.
Several lenders have priced their 30-year fixed rate mortgage around 3.00% to 3.50% (based on the qualifications of the borrowers). Those awesome rates are about Read More