Process of Credit Restoration

During my past 17 years in real estate, some of my clients have discovered they had less than perfect credit, while initiating the purchase new home. While purchasing a new home is emotional time for a couple or an individual, the added stress of less than perfect credit can unbearable for many couples or individuals. ......

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How to Become Debt Free in 2014

The average American has over $16,000 in debt not including the mortgage.  While most people will admit that is too much debt it can be overwhelming to get to figure out a way out. Make a Budget– Consumers build debt when they spend more than they earn.  It’s a basic principle but yet people get......

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Credit Repair and Rent to Own

As someone who considers himself a newbie to the subject of real estate investment and the many different ways a transaction can occur, I have a lot to learn. Buy and hold, fix and flip, wholesale, lease option, contract for deed, seller finance, creative finance…the list goes on and on. Investing in real estate is......

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Identity Theft: What Can You Do?

The FTC says that Identity theft is the fastest growing crime against consumers in the U.S.  Over 50 million victims have been hurt by this invasive crime. The two main ways a person’s identity is taken are using personal information to access current accounts or using personal information to open new accounts. Two thirds of all......

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