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What to do when Bankruptcy Trustee wants to sell your property

February 13, 2019

Bankruptcy Trustee wants to sell

Don’t Sell My Home! What to do if your Bankruptcy Trustee wants to sell your property The idea of declaring bankruptcy is stressful. The red tape, the limbo feeling of not knowing what’s going to happen next and fear over the way it could impact your credit rating can be overwhelming. However, it’s also overwhelming […]


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Can bankruptcy save your wallet from payday dread?

February 6, 2019

Do you know the best time to file for bankruptcy?

For some people, payday is a day of mixed feelings. It can bring a sense of freedom as you are finally able to fill your refrigerator again or top off the fuel in your car. It can also be stressful, right? Once your direct deposit goes through, it’s time to tackle the pile of bills […]


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Beat the Crowd: Make Your Home a Romantic Valentine’s Getaway

January 30, 2019

Create the most romantic valentine's getaway

Getting into the mood is all about setting on Valentine’s Day, right? Fighting crowds, waiting in traffic and spending a ton of money on a supped up dinner you could have carefully made at home can drain the romance. By the end of the night, all you’ll want is some privacy anyway—so why not create […]


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All or None: Spotting the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

January 23, 2019

Difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Swimming in debt can spark all sorts of thoughts and acts of desperation. In some cases, filing bankruptcy seems like the most viable option on the table. What? Bankruptcy? Aren’t there several types of bankruptcy? Well, if you’re like most, you know very little about the process, how to file or what the difference is […]


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If it’s Broken, Fix It: How to Find a Handyman

January 16, 2019

How to find a handymand

No one ever said being a homeowner was easy—whoa, stop stepping backwards, it’s not a nightmare either! It takes a responsible owner to make sure their property remains just as beautiful as the day they decided to plunge into owning their own house. You’d be the talk of the town if you thought for a […]


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Selling Your Home during Bankruptcy: Dos and Don’ts

January 3, 2019

Selling Your Home During Bankruptcy

Owning a home is an amazing feeling. A home is also one of the largest assets many people have, so it makes sense that those in bankruptcy would want to find a way to protect their valuable property. Unfortunately, there are some no-no’s that you must be mindful of, especially when undergoing a bankruptcy case. […]


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2019 Guide to Everything You Need to Know about Inherited Property

December 28, 2018

Have inherited property that you don't want?

For some people, receiving an inheritance might sound like a dream come true or it could be a torrential nightmare of legal matters. Maybe it’s about moving into a neighborhood that you’ve always loved. There could be money involved.  Perhaps you’ve never owned a home of your own, and you’re eager to see what that’s […]


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6 Tips to Easily Store Holiday Décor and More

December 27, 2018

how to put up holiday decorations

The holidays are over and the new year is right around the corner—waiting on the other side of that new year is a fresh start, clean house and a new take on the upcoming year. If you’re like most, taking down all of those holiday decorations are not as fun as they were putting up, […]


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Inheriting a home? Six surprises to watch out for!

December 24, 2018

Surprise You're Inheriting a home

For some people, the idea of inheriting a house might seem like a dream come true. However, when it finally happens, it can be more of a nightmare than a celebration. There are a lot of hidden costs and extra red tape to take care of before everything is settled. If you suspect you’ll be […]


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Buy Out, Sell Out, or Rent Out: What to do with an inherited house?

December 17, 2018

Figure out what to do with an inherited house

After a funeral, one of the most difficult things to do is to address the property that’s left behind. This can be true whether you inherit a small family home or a large estate. Sentimental value and market value may go head to head as you decide what you’ll do with it, whether you’ve inherited […]


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