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August 30, 2010

Subject To

Subject to refers to a real estate agreement which allows buyers to take over mortgage payments through assignment of ownership rights. This strategy can be used by individuals who do not qualify for traditional lending and is sometimes used by real estate investors to obtain properties from individuals facing foreclosure.

Subject to is also referred to as Sub2 and Subject 2. Individuals who desire to conduct additional online research should utilize all three references to maximize available information. Subject to transactions can provide benefits to all parties involved. However, this type of transaction is best handled by a real estate lawyer to ensure proper documents are submitted through the courts and legal contracts drafted to protect all parties involved.

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December 17, 2008

Debt Relief

Debt relief is the buzzword of the day. From Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to banks and automakers, everyone is searching for their own personal bail-out. And, while it is now official that America is in a recession, most people have been feeling the financial pinch for quite some time.

Obtaining debt relief is no easy feat; however it can be accomplished. The problem is most people want instant financial gratification. Unless you hit the lottery jackpot, chances are this isn't going to happen. It took time to build your mountain of debt and it is going to take time to chisel it away.

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October 28, 2008

New Bankruptcy Laws

New bankruptcy laws enacted by Congress in 2005 have changed the way consumers, businesses, corporations and farmers obtain protection from creditors. The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA) includes provisions which require debtors to engage in credit counseling and undergo the process of the 'means' test.

Under the new bankruptcy laws, filing for bankruptcy has become considerably more complex and costly. BAPCPA was enacted to prevent consumers from racking up large amounts of debts, than filing bankruptcy to avoid repayment. However, the strict provisions have made it difficult for individuals who require debt relief caused by mounting medical bills and inflated mortgage payments.

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October 09, 2008

Pay Off Credit Cards

There are good reasons to pay off credit cards. First and foremost, by paying outstanding balances in full each month, you will be able to retain your credit status. In today's tumultuous economy, credit is going to be much harder to obtain. Consumers who pay the minimum amount will likely see their credit line diminish. Others may have their account closed altogether.

Another good reason to pay off credit cards is to eliminate monthly payments and high interest rates. Experts state that Americans carry an average of $20,000 in credit card debts. By paying only the minimum due, consumers could pay interest for as long as 20 years. Is that morning latte and fast food lunch really worth being in debt for two decades?

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