Consolidating Credit 101

Consolidating Credit 101

We’re all in the same boat. You’re not alone. Look, even the U.S. Government is in the same boat. (In fact, the US Government could use Debt Consolidation Dallas.) Debt. That’s the boat we’re in, and if we don’t change something, that’s the boat we’re taking to our grave. There are a few things that […]


What is the Difference Between a Foreclosure and a Short Sale

A short sale is when a property owner realizes their inability to no longer make payments on their mortgage. At this point they list their home with a qualified real estate agent to recoup the amount that remains on their mortgage. This gives the property owner more control than a foreclosure situation. A foreclosure is […]


Seattle Home Equity Definitely Impacts Your Back Pocket

The dream of every homeowner is to have the option to cash out their equity whenever they want or get it in a lump sum when they sell their home after several years of faithfully paying their mortgage. Home equity is something that a lot of homeowners aren’t familiar with because they don’t own their […]


The Little Things

When you are trying to keep your credit score up, you want to do all that you can to make sure that it is good. Here are a few things that you might do on accident but that can come back to bite you. You might not think that forgetting about your library fines can […]

Getting Out Of Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is one of the main ways to get out of debt.  It seems like an easy way out; file the papers and most of the debt will wipe clean.  After a person files the papers you may have second thoughts about filing in the first place.   Whatever reason a person has for doubting themselves […]

What Is A Bridge Loan?

There are a ton of different types of loans, so if you’re not familiar on all of them that’s no problem. You may be asking yourself: what is a bridge loan? A bridge loan is one of those loans that you might be able to figure out what it is based on its name. You […]

Financing Home Projects

Owning a home costs a lot of money. Between paying the mortgage and ponying up the cash for any repairs that might come up, you’re going to have lots of money on the line at the end of every year. It’s easy to say that you could go with a new house because it was […]