Erica Lamberg, provided by Published 12:04 pm CDT, Tuesday, May 28, 2019 Personal Finance Insider writes about products, strategies, and tips to help you make smart decisions with your money. We may receive a small commission from our partners, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. Thomas Barwick / Getty Images It's not impossible to get a loan with bad credit, but you'll need to consider all of your options. Your credit score and your debt to income ratio can impact the rates lenders are willing to offer you, so you'll want to know yours before applying for a loan. Borrowers with bad credit can consider approaching credit unions or online lenders, both of which tend to be able to offer lower interest rates than traditional banks. They may also want to consider getting a secured loan, or getting a cosigner to guarantee the loan. However, a secured loan puts collateral like a house or car at risk, and a cosigner becomes responsible … [Read more...] about How to get a loan, even if you have bad credit
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Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Jan. 10, 2019, 2:39 PM GMT By Robert Frank, Scott Zamost, Hannah Kliot and Jasmine Wu, CNBC Last spring, Leonardo Galvez got an offer from JetSmarter that seemed too good to pass up. The private-jet start-up was offering Galvez its top-of-the-line "sophisticated membership," which included unlimited, free private-jet flights and the chance to bring a guest. The membership usually cost $50,000 a year, but JetSmarter told Galvez that if he acted now, he could get three years for $97,500, which he accepted. Weeks later, Galvez was stunned when he tried to book a JetSmarter flight. Rather than flying for free as promised, he was told he would have to pay 75 percent of the cost of his flights. The guest pass and other benefits also disappeared, he said. "My heart dropped," Galvez said. "My membership meant nothing anymore. It was the easiest … [Read more...] about JetSmarter tried to be the Uber of private jets. Now it faces lawsuits, losses and security questions.
The Financial Conduct Authority’s report into the mortgage market found that around 30 per cent of borrowers were unable to see that they were eligible for a cheaper deal. On average, these consumers paid around £550 per year more over the introductory period compared to the cheaper product. But this poses a question: is the cheapest mortgage always the right mortgage? With price comparison websites now well-established, some consumers have started to make important financial decisions based solely on price. But while a decision between two retailers selling the same model of toaster, for example, is simple, such choices are far more difficult when it comes to the world of financial products. The cheapest insurance deals do not necessarily offer the best levels of cover, and the lowest mortgage rates may not be the best deal for a borrower’s circumstances. The good fight The mortgage market is both complex and diverse. While high street lenders may have the largest … [Read more...] about Why the cheapest mortgage deal isn’t necessarily the right one