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With LendingTree, you can compare offers on home, auto, and personal loans.

LendingTree lets you compare loan offers to get the best deal, the same way you shop for flights

Compare offers on personal, home, auto, and student loans, as well as credit cards, savings accounts, and other financial products.
Always compare origination fees as they can have a big impact on how much you pay overall.

Many loans charge “hidden” fees, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing

These fees, called origination fees, are upfront costs that lenders charge for the administrative costs of processing a loan.

The 20 US colleges with the best return on your investment 40 years after you’ve enrolled

Stanford and Harvard only ranked at No. 5 and No. 8 on the list, respectively, while three private, nonprofit pharmacy colleges took the top spots.
It's probably time to think about consolidating your debt.

If you’ve ever considered consolidating your credit-card debt, now is probably the right time to do it

The average borrower could save as much as $2,500 by consolidating their credit-card debt with a personal loan, according to analysis by Credible.
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3 benefits of paying off my car loan I didn’t see coming

After I totaled my car in 2014, I entered into a $16,000 six-year loan on a used Honda Civic with a $259.26 payment and 5.59% interest.
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My aunt cosigned my student loans, but 12 years later I’m determined never to do the same

I've seen firsthand how complicated and tricky cosigning a loan can be, and I won't put myself or someone else in that position again.

The Fed just cut interest rates for the 2nd time this year. Here’s what the decrease means for your wallet.

The Federal Reserve's latest interest rate cut will affect all different types of non-mortgage loans like credit card rates.
The old-fashioned way to buy a car.

5 things that get cheaper when the Fed cuts interest rates

Borrowers may see interest rates down on credit cards, variable rate student loans, auto loans, small business loans, and home equity lines of credit.
Cutting interest rates encourages spending.

When the Fed cuts interest rates, it affects everything from your savings account to your auto loans

When the Fed cuts interest rates, it's to encourage spending and growth, and it affects everything from savings accounts to mortgages to loans.

If you’ve ever considered refinancing your student loan, now is probably the right time to do it

According to loan-comparison site Credible, interest rates for student loan refinancing have hit a 12-month low, making now a good time to refinance.