Does the size of your home really matter? And is your home bigger or smaller than the average for your area? Our new infographic will help you find out.
Looking for a few good ways to make 2013 the year you take control of debt and get that savings account fattened up? How about 13 ways?
We took a deep dive, crunched the numbers on two of our favorite sporting pastimes and came up with this awesome infographic. Feel free to share with your friends, maybe discuss over some jalapeño chicken pretzel dip while playing ladder ball.
Our friends over at HomeInsurance.org passed this infographic our way, and we figured you’d like to see it. It’s a unique way of looking at the breakdown of your monthly mortgage payment to understand where the money from your payment actually goes. Take a look, and feel free to share it.
Here it is. The infographic you’ve been waiting for. The official Skip-A-Year Sweepstakes/Mortgage Payment and Debt infographic. It’s in honor of the Quicken Loans Skip-A-Year Mortgage Sweepstakes, and we’re proud as can be!
One of the great parts of being involved with such a passionate fan base and sport like NASCAR with a rich history is spreading the words to all our fans and clients of Quicken Loans. Maybe you saw the first infographic we created just a few months ago? Now, take a look at our newest infographic, NASCAR vs IndyCar!
If you’re currently deciding on a major or just wondering which college degrees hold the least weight in our current economy, here is a list of the top 10 college majors with the largest unemployment rate to help you make and educated decision, about your education.
Very interesting infographic from Quizzle. All about student loan debt. Did you know that 94% of college students today have a loan? Holy mackeral. That’s a lot. What other little useful tidbits of info does the Student Loan Infographic contain? Well, let’s find out!
The affordable home prices throughout America lead many to believe that we’re currently in a buyers market. Here is an awesome infographic with 20 homes around the world that may disprove that theory.
Many Americans may be falsely under the impression that the more you spend for a product, the better the quality or contents. Here is a cool infographic from our friends at Frugal Dad uncovering the myths behind fancy food frauds.