Monthly Archives: August 2017

Announce’s Partnership To Provide Home Loans For Low Income Families

Homeownership is one of the key foundations of the American middle-class life. Owning a home is often described as an essential part of attaining what is colloquially known as the American dream. Unfortunately, attaining homeownership is also one of the largest barriers low-income families will face as they strive to enter the middle class. Nexbank, a Dallas area community bank committed to growing the local Dallas community, has decided to take action to address the problem of low-income homeownership by partnering with Dallas Neighborhood Homes and Habitat for Humanity to provide over 500 low-income families over the next five years with affordable low-interest home loans.

“Providing Dallas area families with a chance to enter the middle class will have a tremendous positive effect on these families and will directly benefit our entire community, which is why we are excited to partner with great organizations like Dallas Neighborhood Homes and Habitat for Humanity to help provide a ladder to the middle class for these deserving families,” said John Holt, CEO of Nexbank and a member of the Texas Bankers Association’s Board of Directors. North Texas, where Dallas is located, has statistically one of the lowest percentages of homeownership in the nation and this program seeks to address this issue. In this partnership, Nexbank will contribute over 50 million dollars in home loans to qualifying families at rock-bottom interest rates and will waive all fees normally associated with home mortgage closing costs. “When we were provided with the opportunity to partner with these outstanding organizations, we didn’t even need to think twice before agreeing, as this is an excellent way for Nexbank to give back and grow the local community we work in and love” added John Holt. The three organizations plan to begin helping families attain their new homes in the upcoming year.

Greg Secker: A Mentor in Forex Exchange Trade

Forex is a 24hour world foreign exchange market where international currencies are traded and decentralized. Forex market is considered to be a safer sector compared to other trading markets, now that the world is experiencing massive inflation. Forex, as a trading market has several benefits such as not much capital is needed making it easy to start the initiative. All that one will need is a laptop or desktop, as well as a stable network connection. By doing so, you will be able to conduct the trade anywhere and anytime.

Forex trading is flexible because profit is made whether the market is stable or unstable. For a trader to get started in this forex trading, there are several cumshaws needed for the trade to be successful. One should first learn about how forex works by getting the basic concepts, get a mentor to direct you, understand that each day is a learning stage, and have a positive attitude. Most people get to experience losses while trading, thus, beginners are advised not to have second thoughts when that happens in their early days of the business. This is because they might end up making a decision that will make them regret and disappointed. A new trader should be Authentic in what they plan and expect the best results. Also, they ought to avoid exaggerating situations.

Forex trader Greg Secker is one of the popular and successful men in forex trading. Greg Secker is a pioneer and a founder of several organizations. He is the founder of the Greg Secker Foundation whose main purpose was to improve the lives of people and the community at large. Greg Secker owns capital index, learn how to trade, and smart charts software. Greg Secker’s career started at Thomas Cook where he was working in the financial services. He later moved to start a brand new business called Virtual Trading Desk. After his career had progressed promptly, he became the vice president of Mellon Financial Corporation. Greg Secker has received so many Awards for the good work portrayed by him and for bringing in so much change globally.