Mortgage Relief, COVID, Wildfires, And More

Your Mortgage, COVID, Wildfires, And More
Homeowners are being hit hard on all fronts, it seems. Those seeking mortgage relief from COVID-19 economic hardship are joined by those who have had homes threatened, damaged, or destroyed by forest fires in the west, hurricanes in the east, and there seems to be a never-ending supply of problems coming hand-in-glove with coronavirus issues. What is a homeowner to do about their financial situation...
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How to Buy a House With Bad Credit

Bad Credit Home Loans
  Do you need to know how to buy a house with bad credit home loans? The first thing you should realize is that credit is a very important area when it comes to home loan approval. If you need to buy a home with less than stellar credit, the first thing you will want to do is begin improving your credit. We’ll look at how to do this below, but first, let’s explore the options for bad credit...
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Protect Credit Scores: Keep Paying Your Bills During COVID-19

Keep Paying Your Bills During COVID-19
Credit scores are more important than ever. The coronavirus pandemic and the economic impact of COVID-19 has caused millions of people to apply for unemployment, ask for mortgage relief, and take a critical look at their finances. But why should you keep paying on your mortgage and bills during coronavirus? There are some simple reasons, and all of them have to do with your future AFTER the outbreak...
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Did The Government Suspend My Mortgage Payment As Part Of Coronavirus Relief?

Mortgage Bailout coronavirus
Are you having trouble making your mortgage payment? There are many headlines about economic relief associated with the coronavirus pandemic and COVID-19. Some of those headlines discuss economic stimulus proposals and legislation such as the CARES Act of 2020, and the three phases of economic stimulus proposed by the House and Senate. But what do homeowners need to know about the coronavirus, economic...
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How to think about the home buying process as a 23-year-old renter

You might feel like the frustration of housemates who don’t clean up after themselves and leave their dishes in the sink, is going to last forever, but it won’t. You may be a renter in your 20s now, but in the future it’s possible to have a place to call your own, and it’s never too early to start thinking about how you are going to make that happen.   Know what you need in a home Maybe...
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