Nissan Loan Promotion Explained | Kelley Blue Book

Ruben Onsu

A story carried on multiple automotive news sites this week reported that Nissan’s in-house financing arm had launched a program intended to steer customers toward longer loan terms. But Nissan counters that the program’s intent is to promote low-interest rate loans and not longer terms.

According to Nissan, its finance arm “recently communicated a dealer program aimed at supporting our dealers and customers. It is designed to drive participation in promotional rate contracts, which benefit a customer with lower rates, payment, and interest. NMAC is not steering customers to longer-term contracts.

“Nissan Motor Acceptance Company (NMAC), in conjunction with Nissan

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Keep, loan or sell? Matt Miazga (Part 9)

Ruben Onsu

In Part 8 of this series, I broke down Ian Maatsen’s career at Chelsea and discussed what his future in football looks like. For those who haven’t read the introductory piece to this series, a different player will be the subject of a new article every day. I began with goalkeepers and am currently in the process of working my way up the pitch, with each position group being sorted in order by the way in which they appear on the club’s website.

As I move on with the loan army series, I continue the deep dive into the

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U.S. CREDIT WEEK AHEAD: CoreLogic to Sell $4 Billion Buyout Loan

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Photographer: Marco Bello/Bloomberg

Real estate data firm CoreLogic Inc. is set to sell the largest acquisition-related loan in over a year as borrowers continue to take advantage of insatiable demand from yield-starved investors.

CoreLogic, known in the real estate industry for its home-price indexes, plans to sell a $4 billion offering to help finance its buyout by Stone Point Capital and Insight Capital. It’s the largest acquisition-related loan since Zayo Group Holdings Inc. issued a $4.75 billion deal in February 2020. CoreLogic’s loan commitment deadline is among about a dozen due next week while two lender meetings

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This State Will Pay Off Your Student Loans If You Move There To Buy A Home

Ruben Onsu

As millions of Americans continue to struggle with $1.7 trillion in outstanding student loan debt, at least one state with a declining population has come up with a solution to attract new residents: offer to pay off their student loans.

Illinois’s “SmartBuy” program does just that, and can pay off up to $40,000 in student loans for borrowers who purchase a home there. Some studies have shown that borrowers struggling with student loan debt are far less likely to be able

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Whether to Pay with Cash, Credit or Loan

Ruben Onsu

Select’s editorial team works independently to review financial products and write articles we think our readers will find useful. We may receive a commission when you click on links for products from our affiliate partners.

Unsure whether to dip into your savings or swipe your credit card to cover your next major purchase? Email reporter Megan DeMatteo at megan.dematteo@nbcuni.com to share your upcoming purchase and question to be part of Select’s new “Cash, credit or loan?” series.

Between the venue, catering, flowers, a dress, the rings and all the various accoutrement — weddings are notoriously expensive.

Although wedding costs went

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PPP Ineligibility Update: Businesses Ineligible for First Draw and Second Draw PPP Loans (Updated 4/8/2021) | Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt PC

Ruben Onsu

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (as amended and modified, the “CARES Act”) was enacted to provide immediate assistance to individuals, families, and businesses affected by the COVID-19 emergency. Among other provisions, the CARES Act allowed Congress to authorize the Small Business Administration (“SBA”) to temporarily guarantee forgivable loans under a new 7(a) loan program titled the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”).

On December 27, 2020, the Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act (the “Economic Aid Act”) was enacted and authorized additional funds for new First Draw

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