The decision to purchase a house is an exciting one, but it's also complex, with many variables to consider, such as how much you should budget each month.

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A home equity line of credit, or HELOC, can seem very similar to other types of loans, but there are some key differences you should know about before signing up.

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A home equity line of credit, or HELOC, can be helpful for many projects, but there are key differences between a HELOC and a home equity loan. Learn more.

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Having a checking account carries a lot of benefits, but what are the pros of opening a second or third one? In this blog, we lay out the details.

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There are a lot of different perspectives out there about how to best finance a major purchase, and it can be difficult to know who to listen to.

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Before you apply for a new auto loan or look to refinance one, it is important to understand what goes into these kinds of loans.

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A home equity loan means that you are borrowing against the value of your house. Typically, home equity lenders require you to have owned the home for at least six months of consistent, on-time, and full mortgage payments before you are eligible for a home equity loan.

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Finding the right information about auto loans is difficult, and deciding to refinance your loan is no small decision. However, there are plenty of good reasons to consider it, as it can increase your options and financial freedom.

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Before you apply for a mortgage loan, there are some things you need to know. Whether you are buying a house for the first time or it has just been a while, WEOKIE is ready to help you walk through the process and make sure you are ready for what comes next.

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More parents than ever are buying cars for their kids, but that doesn’t mean that teenagers are not involved in the process. It may be that many parents are the ones “buying” the car because they are using their many years of credit history to finance a loan, but they are expecting their kids to contribute to the loan payments and other expenses. 

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