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A quick peak into the first few pages of "Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Loans":
And all this information and much, much more is covered in the book! There are fifty pages filled with helpful information, tips and secrets to getting the right loan at the best possible interest rate.
What about specific areas of concern?
"Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Loans" doesn't just give you an overview of loans. It goes into great detail for many loan areas including:
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This information filled e-book also looks at specific issues such as:
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The comprehensive "Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Loans" e-book is fifty pages of helpful, useful and easy to understand information.
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Two Categories Of Loans
There are two main categories of loans. Every loan a person can get is going to fall into one of these categories. It is important to understand both categories because they are quite different and the requirements for them are also different.
Secured loans are loans that require you to put up some type of security in order to get the loan. The security put up for a loan is called collateral. Lenders are more likely to extend secured loans because with a secured loan they have the collateral that they can seize should you default or fail to pay the loan.
There are many different types of collateral, but usually the collateral will be something related to the loan. For example, if you are getting a home loan or mortgage, then the home you are buying becomes the collateral. If you default on the loan then the lender may take your home as payment or partial payment.
As you can see, though, collateral is not always going to be worth as much as the loan is worth. That is why a secured loan still requires qualification in order to get it. Lenders are not going to just give someone a secured loan because they have collateral. Later in this chapter you will learn more about qualifying for a loan and what lenders need to approve you as a borrower.
In contrast to a secured loan, an unsecured loan does not require collateral. Unsecured loans are rare because they pose a large risk to the lender. A person needs to be highly qualified and prove themselves as little risk to the lender to qualify for an unsecured loan. The major exception to this is credit cards which will be discussed later in this book.
Unsecured loans are often called signature loans because the only thing binding the agreement is the borrower's signature. Basically, an unsecured loan is based upon a persons word which is why the lender will take a very in depth look into a borrower's finances to ensure they are trustworthy enough to be trusted to payback the loan.
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