Navient exits student loan servicing – here are 5 things that means for you.

If you have student loans and Navient has been your servicer, you may be in for some big changes.

That’s because Navient, one of the industry leaders in servicing education loans, just announced that it will cease its servicing business going forward. At this time, Navient handles servicing for services student loans, parent loans and FFELP Loans for about 12 million borrowers.

In its statement, Navient confirmed ...

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The State of Housing Mid-Year 2021

2020 was an unprecedented year for many unfortunate reasons, and those ups and downs have extended through 2021 so far. But one area that is the subject of much confusion and misconception is the housing market. Sure, we all pay close attention to home appreciation rates and sales prices, but today, I wanted to dig deeper.


We’ve certainly never seen this ...

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When a lender changes course, why should your credit score have to suffer?

In recent weeks, customers of a certain big national bank (I won’t mention the name, but it rhymes with Shmells Shargo!) abruptly changed course, cancelling all of their personal lines of credit.

The company (ok, it’s really Wells Fargo) released a six-page letter to customers (should it really take six pages to break the news?), stating that the bank had “decided to ...

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5 Ways your ex could mess up your credit.

Relationships are tough, and we all go through break-ups and heartache at some time in our life, or even have a marriage that ends. But if breaking up is hard to do, then repairing your credit after an ex-husband, wife, boyfriend, girlfriend, or romantic partner mess it up can be even more difficult.
The important of protecting and rehabilitating your credit ...
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