At My Loan Advisor we do our best to provide you with all the resources you need to make an educated decision on the loan that fits your needs. Below are links to helpful companies and websites that can assist you in finding further information. The companies below specialize in their industry and can help you find the answers to your questions or find a solution to your unique financial issues.
Short Term Loan Links
With at least one office in each U.S. state the SBA serves as an advocate for small businesses and entrepreneurial success. The SBA uses the “Three C’s” to strengthen and maintain the nation’s economy: capital, contracts and counseling.
The Online Lenders Alliance protects the online short term loan industry and consumers from inept lenders. By providing a Code of Conduct and Best Practices the consumers are well-educated on the product and the lenders are conducting business responsibly. The OLA is also a viable force in working with legislators and regulators to prove that the short term product is a necessity in the U.S.
Established in 1999 to represent vendors, lenders, suppliers and customers of the short term, small loan amount industry CFSA works with both online and brick-and-mortar aspects of the credit industry. CFSA works to educate consumers and lawmakers about the payday industry while preserving the ability of the product.
Chartered by Congress to keep money flowing to Mortgage lenders and rental housing Fannie Mae supports home ownership and the U.S. housing market. Fannie Mae is not a lender, but they support the mortgage lenders by buying their originated loans to replenish their funds enabling them to offer more loans.
Beginning in 1970, Freddie Mac is one of the largest financial sources for multifamily housing. Through the Making Home Affordable program Freddie works to reduce foreclosures by helping consumers keep their homes and make home ownership and renting more affordable. Click on the link to see how Freddie Mac has helped home owners in your area.
This program was created to help homeowners avoid foreclosing on their homes with secondary goals of stabilizing the economy and and housing market. MHA offers help for recently unemployed homeowners, or even homeowners who owe more than their home is worth. If you have trouble making your payments than the MHA program has options that may help you.
Developed in 1965, HUD oversees the smooth execution and development of housing and cities. Most importantly, HUD facilitates and materially supports loans offered to low and middle-income borrowers. HUD also offers counseling and expert advice on any situation you may have and need assistance on.
Kelly Blue Book allows auto consumers to read reviews of different vehicles, find the value of their car and the purchase price of new cars among many other resources to aid in the car buying process.
This resource, like KBB, provides vehicles reviews, values and locators. Among other things, NADA helps you find information on boats, RVs and motorcycles.
FAFSA is an office in the Department of Education that ensure that all qualifying applicants are able to obtain financial aid for continuing their education. On top of giving millions of dollars a year FAFSA helps applicants who have received a loan and defaulted to repay it successfully.