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How Does Bankruptcy Affect The Sale Of Your Home?

By | February 25th, 2016|Mortgage Debt Help|

If you’re currently involved in a bankruptcy case or are considering filing to get on top of your debt situation, you might have questions about how the matter will impact your financial future. The truth is that bankruptcy does have a significant impact on your credit rating, which – in turn – can affect other [...]

Cash-Back Mortgages – Are They a Good Deal for Consumers?

By | April 22nd, 2014|Blog, Mortgage Debt Help|

This shouldn’t be shocking news to you… Banks are in the business of making money. And now they are finding new ways to prey on people that may be in a desperate situation through a new product called a cash-back mortgage. The bank will actually give you cash up front on a mortgage to use [...]

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