March 29, 2010
-- ConsumerFinanceReport.com, a consumer advocacy website that promotes advancement of consumer knowledge and awareness on personal finance issues and topics, announced today the addition of a new suite of mortgage calculators designed to help consumers evaluate mortgage refinance and home purchase scenario’s. The new calculators, according to a company spokesperson, are consistent with consumerfinancereport.com’
s goal of providing the tools and information necessary for consumers to make knowledgeable and fact-based financial decisions.
Links to the new set of tools can be found on the home page or by going directly to the site’s Mortgage Refinancing section at http://www.consumerfinancereport.com/
The mortgage payment calculator tools, http://www.consumerfinancereport.com/
calculator.aspx, are designed to display monthly payment amounts for typical particular mortgage products such as conventional mortgages, home equity lines of credit, or interest-only mortgages. The interactive calculator tools allow consumers to easily visualize how their personal financial situation results in a range of mortgage related scenarios. Consumers can get help to answer questions such as; should I refinance a mortgage, what size home can I afford, and what is the largest mortgage I could afford?
section in ConsumerFinanceReport.com contains helpful articles that offer advice, tips, and guidance to consumers on a host of mortgage refinancing topics. The company maintains an in-house staff of experienced and expert personal finance professionals which specialize in providing unique, hard hitting, and unbiased information on a wide range on personal finance topics. In addition to the mortgage refinancing content, the site has concentrated material on subject areas that include home equity loans, personal loans, mortgage loan modification, credit repair, debt relief (http://www.consumerfinancereport.com/debt-relief.htm
), and insurance. An additional section is dedicated to issues surrounding bankruptcy and foreclosure, containing information to educate consumers on bankruptcy facts and present viable alternatives to bankruptcy. Consumerfinancereport.com also maintains updated scam alerts and warnings that highlight products or services in which people need to be aware.
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ConsumerFinanceReport.com is owned by Evergreen Media, a leader in the web based marketing industry, serving the U.S and Canada. The privately held firm serves and partners with clients who are among the largest companies in the area of consumer debt reduction and relief. Evergreen Media maintains a highly skilled and experienced staff of consumer finance professionals, and has operations in Seattle and Chicago.