Predatory Loans

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Whether your looking to buy a house or looking for loan, this guide provides you with information to help one avoid falling as a victim of predatory lending.

Predatory loans affect a wide range of individuals, however, elders are specifically targeted. This guide provides answers as to why elders are targetted, how to identify predatory loans, challenges brought by predatory loans, etc.

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Learn what predatory loans are, who they target, and their effects.