Word of the Week: Scam

Word of the Week: Scam
Other words for Scam: Swindle, Con, Fraud, Bunco, Diddle, FlimFlam, Gyp, Racket, Sting, Hustle

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Confused About a Home Mortgage?

Are you in the market for a home Mortgage? Confused about the various types of mortgages and what would be best for you? It's not surprising if you're confused, and most are confused when it comes to understanding what charges are applicable and what they are for.

The best way to eliminate any potential confusion is to do your homework! You don't have to become a pro to get the basics down and in the long run you will be glad you did your research.

Personal Home Loan Mortgages provides you with many resources to make a wise choice for your next home mortgage, so I encourage you to research their site.

While you are dreaming about your next home purchase, here's a mortgage story to remember for a laugh:
Did you hear about Mr. Frog, who desired to purchase a dream condominium at "The Lily Pad Estates"? He went to the bank and was greeted by Miss. Paddy Whack who attempted to help Mr. Frog with his loan. Unfortunately Mr. Frog did not have any credit established so he was met with resistance when Miss. Paddy Whack said, "I'm sorry Mr. Frog, but you will need to present us with some collateral since you lack the credit history required."
Mr. Frog departed from the bank sadly, but with determination to establish a mortgage for his dream condominium. He quickly grabbed his best prized possession, which was a pink porcelain pig.
Returning to the bank with his collateral, he once again met with Miss. Paddy Whack. She examined his collateral and didn't know what to think, so she called in the bank president Mr. Pauly Wog. He looked over the pink porcelain pig with much scrutiny. He turned the pink porcelain pig over and read on the bottom, "made in Japan" and suddenly he exclaimed, "It's a knick knack Miss. Paddy Whack! Give the frog the loan!"
Now that you are ready for your next home mortgage, you have a little humor to share with your mortgage lender!

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