Yes, even though you are attending college already you can still apply for federal student loans. You may not get them for the current year. But you probably will. It will just be late. If you want to apply for the student loan for the next year, the time to apply is now. The best time to apply in order to get the most financial is in march 2004. for the 2004 and 2005 school year. Even though you may not qualify for grants you can still qualify for Perkins loans and low interest loans. If you have any more questions you can go to the federal financial aid web site. Federal Student Loans are given by the government to the needy students to help them complete their education. These loans have various benefits. The interest rates on these loans are wavered or paid by the government during the schooling period. After the schooling years too, there is a deferment for a period of six to nine months.
Federal student loans are the best loans available for the student with minimum interest rate, lots of repayment option & student can delay payment till employed.
No, it does not
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This is a highly debated question.
Here is a link for you to review. It is directly from HUD
Once the page is loaded, just search for "related field" or scroll to 2-9 G
Make sure to use both sections of the link above. This page will not allow me to post the entire link on one line. You can work as a real estate broker and loan originator IF it's with the same company. There are very few companies that have a real estate division/fha division. Otherwise, you may not be an active real estate agent while writing FHA loans
12 U.S.C. § 1433 "Any and all notes, debentures, bonds, and other such obligations issued by any bank, and consolidated Federal Home Loan Bank bonds and debentures, shall be exempt both as to principal and interest from all taxation (except surtaxes, estate, inheritance, and gift taxes) now or hereafter imposed by the United States, by any Territory, dependency, or possession thereof, or by any State, county, municipality, or local taxing authority. The bank, including its franchise, its capital, reserves, and surplus, its advances, and its income shall be exempt from all taxation now or hereafter imposed by the United States, by any Territory, dependency, or possession thereof, or by any State, county, municipality, or local taxing authority; except that [in] any real property of the bank shall be subject to State, Territorial, county, municipal, or local taxation to the same extent according to its value as other real property is taxed. The notes, debentures, and bonds issued by any bank, with unearned coupons attached, shall be accepted at par by such bank in payment of or as a credit against the obligation of any homeowner debtor of such bank."
11 U.S.C. 525 states in section (c)(1) and (2) that: "(1) A governmental unit that operates a student grant or loan program and a person engaged in a business that includes the making of loans guaranteed or insured under a student loan program may not deny a grant, loan, loan guarantee, or loan insurance to a person that is or has been a debtor under this title or a bankrupt or debtor under the Bankruptcy Act, or another person with whom the debtor or bankrupt has been associated, because the debtor or bankrupt is or has been a debtor under this title or a bankrupt or debtor under the Bankruptcy Act, has been insolvent before the commencement of a case under this title or during the pendency of the case but before the debtor is granted or denied a discharge, or has not paid a debt that is dischargeable in the case under this title or that was discharged under the Bankruptcy Act. (2) In this section, "student loan program" means the program operated under part B, D, or E of title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 or a similar program operated under State or local law."
Please note that nothing in this posting or in any other posting constitutes legal advice; this is simply my understanding of the facts, which I do not warrant, and I am not suggesting any course of action or inaction to any person.
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Always remember: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
A federal Stafford loan does NOT require a cosigner.
If you do co-sign a private loan, both parties have liability to the debt. The co-signer is liable for the balance just as if they had co-signed for the student for a car, signature loan, mortgage, etc.
It is just a different type of loan that can be taken out from the bank. Liability standards/payment terms can verify by the qualifications of the co-signer or student - so an inquiry to the banking institution you would do these loans for would be the safest bet.
it depends on your school. Not all schools are part of perkins loan program. Ask, your financial aid office at your school to find out if they participate in the Perkins loan program. If they do, then you're eligible to receive up to $4000 every school year if you meet all the required criteria.
I would go with Bridgeport, CT as the cheapest to buy or rent.
But expect higher taxes and not as pretty neighborhood.
But you have 45 min to drive to new york city and its the cheapest town of fairfield county. Not the best schools though if you have kids not recommended. I would look into the North end bridgeport, ct
The source of the asset really makes no difference. It is only in your accounting that it is student loan money....and there is nothing to say student loan money can't be used to pay off debts you have that aren't to the school is there?
Generally, once you take charge of the funds, (as in the loan), they lose their integrity as being any particular type/source of money. Especially if comingeled with other funds. (For example, they can't seize SS checks, but once you cash it...it's no longer protected...it's like any other money). Had you had the money paid directly to the school, they probably couldn't have touched it..even knowing it was an "asset" you had coming.
First I am not positive that you cannot do such. If that does hold true it could be due to a variety of details including: - interest rates for Federal loans are set by law and are standard across the board. The financial institution you have your private loans through could vary - payment terms may also verify between the two Private loans are secured by an individual's credit worthiness or his cosigner's. Federally back loan are secured by The united States Department Of Education. Loan amounts vary depending on each student needs, the cost to attend and ability to pay back. You will never be able to consolidate federally backed and private loans with a federally back consolidation loan. However, you will be able to combine them all with a private consolidation loan.
Federal student loans are given to eligible students for postsecondary education (college, vocational or professional schools) These loans do not have to be repaid until after graduation, have lower, fixed rates, and generous prepayment plans as opposed to loans from private sources.
ABC Mortgage Company
Dallas TX 75022
Origination Loan Number: 123456789
Issuer Loan Number: 987654321
Borrower Name: John Doe
Property Address: 1234 My Street
Dallas TX 75098
To Whom It May Concern:
On behalf of FANNIE MAE, identified a breach of the Representations and Warranties that were made by you, the original mortgage loan seller, ABC MORTGAGE COMPANY.
Pursuant to the Mortgage Loan Purchase Agreement, Ace Risk requests that this loan be reviewed for repurchase based on the following issues:
This loan case file is ineligible for FHA financing, as the seller contributions exceed the maximum allowed by FHA guidelines. Amounts in excess of current guidelines should be entered as Seller Concessions.
Should I but Freddie Mac Stock now?
i am pretty sure they cant because that was given to you and you didnt make or earn that money the whole reason is to punish you by taking the money you worked hard for but im pretty sure they cant unless they are greedy and they find a loophole.
The above is incorrect in just about every way, and I really don't undersand why he would think someone can't take money you DIDN'T work for...as if it's more acceptable to take only what you have worked for? And of course...the student loan isn't a gift, it's a loan (no loans aren't gifts)...you WILL work to repay it anyway.
And obviously, the reason they are freezing or seizing the funds is because you owe them money for something you promised to pay....and didn't...so to use the aboves logic....their just trying to get what you as a greedy SOB stole from them, (while you were taking more from someone else). And what exactly did they do you were punishing them for by not paying your debt? Sorry, although your looking for one, no loophole for you here.
Generally, once you take charge of the funds, (as in the loan), they lose their integrity as being any particular type/source of money. Especially if comingeled with other funds. (For example, they can't seize SS checks, but once you cash it...it's no longer protected...it's like any other money). Had you had the money paid directly to the school, they probably couldn't have touched it..even nowing it was an "asset" you had coming.
this answer is different from institution to institutions ... The Fed's board of governors raised the discount rate on loans made directly to banks by a quarter of a percentage point, to 0.75 percent from 0.50 percent ...
Well congratulations on being a graduate student! If you need additional funding for your schooling and you have a bad credit score, then you need a co-signer who has a good credit score. There are a few lenders out there that take risk on bad credit borrowers.
The answer differs from one bankruptcy jurisdiction to another, so discuss it with your bankruptcy attorney.
In general, student loans are unsecured loans and have to be treated as all unsecured creditors in a plan. The student loan lender cannot use its collection/garnishment powers until the case is over.
That means you may be paying the student loan lender nothing or up to full payment over the life of the plan. Few people can pay student loans off completely in 5 years or less, so interest will accumulate. When the plan ends, you will owe a lot more.
In some jurisdictions, it is possible to place student loans in a separate class and treat them differently in a plan, or pay them outside the plan as a monthly expense in Schedule J.
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The FBI has just started an investigation into the collapse of Bear Stearns, Fannie, Freddie, Lehman and AIG. This investigation will likely takes months if not years and will not affect the federal bailout.
The investigations were really about the balance sheets of all the names above to find out how much they really needed and most of the people who looked into the balance sheet were Goldman and other wall street firm bankers. Without These bankers who looked at the balance sheets they wouldn't have known how much the economy needed. So although the FBI started an investigation the people who really did it were the bankers
Federal student loans do not currently have cosigners. Parents who take out federal PLUS loans for their kids often think they are a cosigner, when they are actually the sole borrower. All federal student loans are discharged if the student dies.
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