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Kimberly Ellis

Kimberly Ellis

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Kimberly Ellis is a writer at Finder specializing in home loans. She hails from New York City with a BA from Queens College. She has written extensively about the real estate and finance industries. Kimberly is also a language lover and aspiring polyglot.

Latest articles by Kimberly Ellis

104 articles written by this author

Big Cartel vs. Shopify

Big Cartel and Shopify set up businesses with an online storefront. But they have vastly different features.

Kimberly Ellis 29 June 2020
Big Cartel vs. Shopify

Volusion vs. Shopify

Both Volusion and Shopify help businesses with no coding experience build a digital storefront.

Kimberly Ellis 25 June 2020
Volusion vs. Shopify

LegalShield online legal services review

LegalShield is a retainer-style service for individuals and businesses that can help provide legal advice and representation for a number of law issues.

Kimberly Ellis 25 June 2020
LegalShield online legal services review

WooCommerce vs. Shopify

WooCommerce and Shopify need different levels of technical experience to set up an online store.

Kimberly Ellis 24 June 2020
WooCommerce vs. Shopify

Square vs. PayPal Here

Square and PayPal Here are two popular payment processing services with slightly different features.

Kimberly Ellis 22 June 2020
Square vs. PayPal Here

How often can you refinance your home?

You can refinance your mortgage as often as it makes sense.

Kimberly Ellis 2 April 2020
How often can you refinance your home?

What is a cash-out refinance and is it right for me?

Find out how it works and if it makes sense for your current situation.

Kimberly Ellis 1 April 2020
What is a cash-out refinance and is it right for me?

How to prepare for a mortgage refinance appraisal

Removing clutter, repainting and updating fixtures can help increase your appraisal value.

Kimberly Ellis 29 March 2020
How to prepare for a mortgage refinance appraisal

Tips for refinancing a mortgage with bad credit

You may still qualify for a mortgage refinance with damaged credit.

Kimberly Ellis 28 March 2020
Tips for refinancing a mortgage with bad credit

No-closing-cost refinance: Does it make sense?

A no-closing-cost refinance has zero upfront fees, but may still cost you.

Kimberly Ellis 28 March 2020
No-closing-cost refinance: Does it make sense?
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