Posts Tagged ‘finance’

Getting a Student Loan with Adverse Credit

It won\’t be easy, and you can bet that your search to find someone willing to offer you a bad credit student loan will take some doing, but with determination, you\’re likely to find someone willing to take a chance on you and fund your tuition expenses for another year or two. However, be advised […]

Mortgage Forgiveness Act Provides Income Tax Relief To Foreclosed Homeowners

What\’s positive about being foreclosed upon or selling your home for less than you owe? Well, for most people, not much. Yes, you are relieved of an onerous mortgage loan and you are now free to find housing that is more affordable within your budget. But not everyone fully understands the lingering effects of a […]

The Mortgage Forgiveness Bill of 2007: Will it Raise or Lower your Taxes?

One of the most controversial and paradoxical real estate and mortgage finance stories to hit the media in recent weeks was that of a newly crafted real estate tax bill – the so-called Mortgage Forgiveness Bill of 2007. The bill, which may help you hold onto your money if you face foreclosure but will likely […]

Finding Out When You Should Consolidate Student Loans

If you have just graduated from college, the likelihood is that you are under a large amount of debt in the form of student loans.  You might be wondering if there is any way to reduce the amount you have to pay.  One solution for reducing your debt is to consolidate your student loans.  Student […]