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Tips to Prepare for Purchasing Your First House

Purchasing Your First House

Purchasing your first house may seem overwhelming. It’s a major purchase and for many people, potentially the largest monthly payment they’ve ever had (or ever will have). Not to mention owning a home comes with huge responsibilities, like upkeep and

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Posted in Credit, Housing

How to prepare for your first apartment

We’re flashing back this Friday to Mary Ellen’s post about being prepared for your first apartment. Read on for some great tips! My 23 year old daughter just moved into her first apartment with friends.  As they were looking at

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Posted in Credit Report, Housing

Mortgages and Divorce

No doubt, love rocks… but sadly it doesn’t always last forever. Stuff can get weird, hearts can change – marriages end. However, mortgages taken out jointly, when your union of love was stronger than an 80’s power ballad, live on

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Posted in Divorce, Foreclosure, Housing

Propane Shortage? What Now?

Propane. D’oh, pain. The freshly appointed Great American Propane Epidemic of 2014 has been a reoccurring theme in counseling sessions over the past 2 weeks. Since our winter days and nights aren’t showing signs of getting any warmer, this problem

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Posted in Energy Assistance, Housing

Can I Get A Second Mortgage Modification?

You previously fell behind on your home loan then diligently worked with your lender to successfully mend default with the help of a loan modification. Someway, somehow you’ve ended up right back on the old saddle of stress again –

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Posted in Foreclosure, Housing
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