If you aspire to achieve the American Dream, there are certain realities:
- You work hard to get good grades in high school so that you qualify for a scholarship otherwise student loans will be enormous
- You graduate with a Bachelors of Arts
- You graduate with a Bachelor of Science Degree
- You attend a trade school
- You join America’s Finest
- You are an entrepreneur
- You are a hard worker
- You buy a great car or truck
- You buy insurance
- You enjoy dining out
- You enjoy movies, concerts, sporting events
- You get married – a beautiful wedding
- You buy a home
- You buy homeowners insurance
- You buy beautiful furniture
- You take vacations
- You have children
Cost of the American Dream
- Average student loan debt $25,000+ in 2013
- Average price of new car $31,000+ in 2013
- Average date night (dinner/movie) $150+ in 2011 (not counted in total)
- Average cost of a wedding $28,000+ in 2013
- Average cost of a new home $270,000+ in 2013
- Cost of the typical American Dream $354,000+
How much does your credit score impact your life?
- Average interest rate on new car good credit 2013 – less than 4%
- Average interest rate on new car poor credit – approx 12%
- Average interest rate of a home mortgage good credit 2013 – approx 3%
- Average interest rate of a home mortgage poor credit 2013 – approx 8.5%
A $270,000 mortgage for 30 years = 360 months may cost you over $937 per month more (with a lower credit score) than a low interest mortgage = $337,300+ over the life of the mortgage.
An average new car loan of $31,000 for 60 months may cost you over $118.00 per month more (with a lower credit score) than a low interest loan = $7,100+ over the life of the car loan.
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