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MHV has easy access to local branches, extended hours teller machines, competitive rates on loans and mortgages, and easy loan application process. Good quality of service!
The staff is friendly and extremely helpful. They go the extra mile whenever I have any questions or concerns. I transferred my accounts from other banks to MHV without a hitch. I always feel very welcome when I stop in branch.
A lot of car shoppers worry about negotiating with the dealerships. But before you can even think about that, you have to master your test drive.
Before you even start hunting for your dream house, there are important questions you need to get the answers to. What are the tax implications of buying a home? What if I don’t have a down payment? Can I actually afford to own a home?
Navigating financial hardships is intimidating enough, and trying to understand the various options and terminology only makes asking for help feel scarier. But help for both consumer loans – things like car loans, personal loans, and credit cards – and mortgages is available and lenders are always willing to work with you.
Chances are, you know that your credit score is going to be a critical factor in how lenders will decide whether or not to give you a loan. But, your debt-to-income ratio (DTI) is a number you need to be familiar with, too, especially if you plan on applying for any type of loan or mortgage.