Are you ready to jump into the housing market?
There's a familiar saying that goes something like this: If it sounds too good to be true, then it is too good to be true. Said another way, if it's too good to be true, it must be a scam.
Are one or more debt collectors hounding you? Have you been tempted to authorize payment of your debt over the phone?
Did you know that someone gets divorced every 10 to 13 seconds in the U.S.? Some of those divorces occur in couples who are also contemplating filing for bankruptcy. What should they do? File or divorce first, or proceed with bankruptcy?
A recent study found that while bankruptcy attorney fees vary from state to state, between 2005 and 2009 fees averaged $1,080 to $1,200. In Idaho, fees were as little as $700. In other parts of the country, they can climb to $2,500.
Buying a foreclosed house can be an economical way to purchase your starter home. In some cases, repairs may be needed or kitchens might need some remodeling but despite those improvement costs, there isn't a cheaper way to purchase a house.