Posts Tagged ‘foreclosure’

There are a lot of advantages to buying a foreclosure, and it can be a great way to save money on a home that would otherwise be unaffordable. But there are also some drawbacks to consider, and depending on the specific foreclosure you’re thinking about making an offer on, you may be better off with […]

When you’re behind on your mortgage payments, you risk losing your home to foreclosure. The quicker you take action, the better your odds will be for a favorable outcome. Here’s what you can do if you’ve missed mortgage payments: Take the initiative  If it hasn’t happened already, don’t wait until your mortgage lender begins contacting […]

If you’re somewhat unfamiliar with HOAs and you’re still on the fence, weigh both the pros and cons to determine if a home with an HOA is right for you: The HOA regulates many, many things You’d assume that as the homeowner, you’re in complete control of how your home exterior will look. But if […]

During the house hunting process, you’ll likely encounter a lot of properties that are part of an HOA—or Homeowners Association—especially when looking at townhomes, condos, and new constructions. Some people will purposely avoid properties that are part of an HOA, whereas others might actually seek these properties out. If you’re somewhat unfamiliar with HOAs and […]

There are several different types of bankruptcy to consider for those about to file, and one common option is Chapter 13 bankruptcy. With this type of bankruptcy, filers use their income to pay all or a portion of their debts over time, according to a set schedule. Depending on their income and the amount of […]

  There are several different types of bankruptcy to consider for those about to file, and one common option is Chapter 13 bankruptcy. With this type of bankruptcy, filers use their income to pay all or a portion of their debts over time, according to a set schedule. Depending on their income and the amount […]