With the prospects of economic come back in the year 2010, the financial clients are awaiting the period with zeal. It is likely that due to the preceding harsh times they have undergone, some are thirst to borrow. Unemployment and reduced business turnovers have lead to clients being barred from acquiring loans. Many clients will be tempted to rush for loans but this could be untimely and detrimental to their financial stability especially in the first stage of the recovery. There are a number of factors that borrowers need to have in mind. These range from over borrowing, multiple borrowing, slow recoveries, competing financial companies, unstable loan rates among others.Over borrowing From the economic tension, clients have stopped their projects and would want to revive them as soon as the economy improves. As the clients move to acquire loans they may be tempted to borrow much than they can cope up with in repaying. The growth is expected to be slow and incomes will remain constrained for some months before a noticeable effect can be felt by borrowers. The multiplier effect will take time before it shows itself to the individual incomes and business returns. Therefore the borrowers should obtain… Read full this story
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