08 Feb

Feds to Back Risky Home Loans Again

Feds to Back Risky Home Loans Again
Critics warn that government agencies are making the same mistakes that led to the economic downturn of 2008. Federal agencies have made a series of recent moves that could precipitate another housing crisis similar to the one in 2008, experts say, again …
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The Washington Free Beacon


Why Student Loans Are an Even Bigger Sham Than You Know
It’s becoming an annual ritual. Every June, Congress debates what to do about the interest rate on federally subsidized student loans, to avert what this year will be the imminent doubling from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent. But interest rates alone don …
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Alter Net


Amigo Loans and the dangers of being a guarantor
A new loan company is offering loans without credit checks or fees. The catch? You need to persuade someone who owns their own home to guarantee it. Amigo Loans offers loans between £500 and £5,000 over a one- to five-year period. The loans come with a …
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