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Credit Product Focus: What is an Equity Loan?

Credit Product Focus: What is an Equity Loan?

What exactly is an equity loan? You may have heard the term before, but we’re here to clear up any confusion. At its core, an equity loan means borrowing based on an asset that already own. One example is a home equity loan. When you take out a home equity personal...
How to Obtain Home Equity Financing Without Getting Other People on Title Involved

How to Obtain Home Equity Financing Without Getting Other People on Title Involved

Home equity financing can help you achieve a lot of financial goals — complete a home renovation, fund a major event, like a wedding or tuition, get out of debt, and more. But sometimes it can be difficult to secure the financing if there are other people on title....
When Does a Second Mortgage Make Sense?

When Does a Second Mortgage Make Sense?

Is a second mortgage the right choice for you? If you’ve been wondering the answer, here’s how to tell. First off, let’s define what a second mortgage is. When you first buy your home, you take out a purchase loan – your first mortgage. This is typically secured by a...
Types of Mortgage Lenders Who Offer Mortgage Refinancing

Types of Mortgage Lenders Who Offer Mortgage Refinancing

Thinking about applying for mortgage refinancing? It can be a great way to: Consolidate debtFund a home renovationPay for a big event, like a weddingCover education costsAnd more. But if you’re looking into mortgage refinancing, you’ll need to decide where to secure...
Did You Know You Can Borrow Up to $30,000 at Prudent? [New YouTube Video]

Did You Know You Can Borrow Up to $30,000 at Prudent? [New YouTube Video]

At Prudent Financial, we make it easy for you to get money when you need it. Did you know that you can borrow up to $30,000 through us? If you own your home or a paid-off car, you might be eligible for one of our home equity loans or other types of financing. See our...
Holiday Credit Card Debt Is In – Now What? Use Your Home or Car to Consolidate Debt

Holiday Credit Card Debt Is In – Now What? Use Your Home or Car to Consolidate Debt

The holiday season may be over, but there’s one part of it that isn’t finished yet: holiday bills. Many holiday shoppers tend to put purchases on their credit cards, which means that after the holidays are done, they have to deal with the corresponding credit card...