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Month: July 2019

How do you get a loan despite a warrant?

How do you get a loan despite a warrant?

It is no wonder today that people with debts often try to get a loan. There are also enough potential creditors who are interested in the loan despite the arrest warrant. They are interested because they think that the new loan can be used for partial debt repayment. A loan despite arrest warrant is very rarely possible, because with a warrant the creditworthiness is lost. An arrest warrant is always issued to force a debtor to give the affidavit. Thus,…

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Credit purchase: conso or hypo, which solution to choose?

Credit purchase: conso or hypo, which solution to choose?

    There are two types of repurchase of credit (redemption of all or part of your loans to pay then only one monthly payment): the repurchase of credits conso and the repurchase of credit mortgage. The Credither Guide explains the differences between these 2 repurchase transactions. Repurchase of consumer credit and mortgage repurchase, what differences? To begin, let’s go back to the objectives of these two operations. As its name suggests, the consolidation of consumer loans aims to consolidate…

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Credit redemption: what is the difference with the renegotiation of mortgage loans? | Debt consolidation

Credit redemption: what is the difference with the renegotiation of mortgage loans? | Debt consolidation

The repurchase of credits and the repurchase of mortgage loan… The two expressions seem similar, but are nevertheless quite different. Small focus. The principle of buying back credit… Also called consolidation loans, debt restructuring or refinancing, credit redemption is to redeem its loans and debts (tax delays, overdrafts) to not pay a single monthly payment. Interest? By paying a single monthly payment, your debt ratio decreases. You thus find a new budget capacity and can thus invest in a new…

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