Heading into home financing can feel like learning an entirely new language. Having the right advisor on the case (a.k.a, your friendly, neighborhood mortgage officers at Sioux Falls Fed) can help clear many of those hurdles. But there are also some basic myths you should avoid believing when it comes to buying a home.
Here are three key mortgage myths debunked.
When it comes to securing an interest rate that doesn’t threaten to overturn your monthly budget, applying for a new vehicle loan might give you pause. But one great way to plan ahead and ensure you’ll encounter no surprises when car-buying is to do a little credit tracking.
But what is it, and how can you do it successfully?
Economically speaking, 2020 has been a challenging time for many. And as we begin to set our sights on what a post-pandemic world might look like, our finances have more than likely felt the squeeze of these many changes. But there are many ways in which you can tackle these challenges head-on and set yourself up for a softer landing.
So what should you do to navigate the financial challenges of COVID-19?
When it comes to reacting to a global crisis, your finances can often be the most immediately impacted aspects of your life. And crunching the numbers on your household budget, you may find that your loan payments may not be as manageable as they were a few month ago.
So how should you approach the idea of deferring your loan payments, and what options are available to you?
Purchasing a new or used vehicle can feel liberating—you’re well on your way to hitting the road in style and in the driver’s seat. But that new car smell can only last so long, so how can you keep the magic alive a little bit longer once you roll off the car lot? And what elements of your new ride should you keep an eye on to make sure you’re easy riding for more than just a couple of years?
Here are just a few useful ways you can keep your vehicle in tip-top shape.
While the COVID-19 crisis has brought out the best in many, communities are not immune to scammers taking advantage of the situation by attempting to defraud consumers. Luckily, financial institutions like Sioux Falls Fed are taking extra safety precautions to keep members’ funds safe.
Here are a few ways you can do your part to prevent financial fraud in your own household.
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