About hurstlending

Jay Hurst is a Residential Mortgage Loan Originator (NMLS# 323441), Real Estate Agent, and Financial Planner. He has founded multiple successful businesses in the mortgage lending space, and is dedicated to helping consumers avoid the red tape and limitations faced in working with larger lenders. Together with Mr. Bialek, Mr. Hurst has driven Hurst Lending’s niche loan program by identifying unmet market needs and identifying investors eager to help address them. Mr. Hurst is also the founder and President of Advanced Educators Financial LLC, a financial planning firm focused on the education marketplace. Education: Mr. Hurst holds a BBA in Finance from Texas A&M University.

5 Brain Building Games

Keeping Your Brain Fit One of the most attractive and entertaining things on the internet are the seemingly endless array of games. Whether you’re a sucker for Candy Crush, poker, old school arcade games or slots, they’re all at your fingertips 24/7/365. Recently, a new genre of game has emerged in the past few [...]

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In 300 Words or Less: Crowdfunding for Businesses

Is Crowdfunding Right for Your Business? In the past, ambitious entrepreneurs had to rely almost exclusively on their own money, traditional loans, or large investors in order to fund their start-ups. In the late 2000’s, companies offering a new form of initial investment started appearing. Leveraging small amounts of money from a large amount of [...]

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5 Things You Should Toss Right Now

Out With the Old Whether or not we admit it, we’ve all got a little pack rat in us. Whether it’s an old pair of shoes that we just can’t let go, or a collection of old VHS movies, or paperwork, it all takes up space. Furthermore, some of it is downright disgusting! Today we’re [...]

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5 Ways to Up Your Credit Score

Give Your Credit Score a Boost Founding father Benjamin Franklin is credited with having said, “Nothing is certain except for death and taxes.” Well, if Franklin were alive today, he could add an ever-changing credit score to that list. Whether for better or worse, our credit scores follow us around for the entirety of our adult [...]

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Tips for New Moms to Make Life Easier

Making it Easier on New Moms Are you a new mother? Odds are you’re feeling a whirlwind of thoughts: happy, overwhelmed, excited, stressed, and eager to name a few! While your little bundle of joy is sure to bring you countless memories, some of the best times of your life, and a whole lot to [...]

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Eight Reasons to Build Your Emergency Fund

Benefits of an Emergency Fund You’ve probably heard that it’s a good idea to have an emergency fund. Maybe you’ve started, or thought about starting one. Disciplining yourself to save money for the uncertain is a great way to begin to build financial stability, and ultimately wealth over time. Moreover, most financial advisors will recommend [...]

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