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What You Should Know About Debt Settlement from NO MORE Mortgage NO MORE Mortgage is asked from time to time about debt settlement companies. While we do not negotiate with creditors or hold client funds in our custody, we can recommend a reputable third-party firm to help those of you in financial crisis. You can [...]
NO MORE Mortgage specializes in assisting clients who are able to meet their monthly debt obligations.
Sometimes when financial reversals hit, or spending has simply gotten out of control, we are forced to admit that our financial inflow is not equal to our outflow. We are simply spending more than we earn.
Compulsive spending is usually an attempt to fill an inner emotional need, but the pleasure we feel from our shopping “spree” is only temporary, followed by guilt and the knowledge that we have only increased our debt load. This urge to splurge can eventually cause difficulties on a long-term basis. Not only will our financial stability be damaged, but relationships can also be jeopardized.
Are you a high income earner?
Do you live in a fault zone?
Do you live in a flood zone?
Does your home have a basement?
Do you own expensive jewelry or family heirlooms?
Do you employ people in your home?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, now may be the time to double check your insurance coverage to make sure you are sufficiently protected. You can read the full article in the link below, courtesy of The Wall Street Journal.
If you’re not sure who to call, contact NO MORE Mortgage and we will review your insurance needs with you to make sure you have the coverage you need.
Homeowner\’s Insurance: Do You Have Enough?
A solid financial goal is to have no more mortgage or other debt payments of any kind. You need to begin somewhere, and that somewhere is to have a goal and for each goal a strategy. One strategy to help eliminate your debts and the mortgage is to use a mortgage to consolidate debt. It sounds sort of strange to use a mortgage to get rid of your debt and the mortgage itself.
How does No More Mortgage help their clients change their financial future? Learn how to get your free audio CD as well as how to receive a personalized, no obligation analysis of your debts from No More Mortgage so you can ensure you’re making the best decisions for the future of your family.
We live in changing times and our thought process needs to adjust too. Getting on the path to having no more mortgage or other debt can be both simple and complex.There are two things that are critically important to your financial future. Eliminating your debt and building a retirement income that will actually allow you to live the lifestyle you deserve instead of maybe just getting by, or worse, having to continue to work.
Are you keeping an eye on your money and tracking what you spend and where? Somebody needs to and if you aren’t doing it, who is going to? Does anyone else have a bigger stake in wiping out your debt and building the retirement you want and deserve than you do?
Most of us don’t realize how much our emotions are tied into our spending habits and our build up of debt. Both of which eat away at our future by reducing how much we are contributing and building for retirement. Many of our clients at No More Mortgage have felt the same way until…
There are very important differences between No More Mortgage’s automated debt elimination plan and debt settlement. You should know about these differences and how they can affect your financial future.
Let’s look at the how each one comes into play in your quest to eliminate your debt and get back on track financially.
If you’re like most people, you think of the balances on your statements for your mortgage, credit cards, and other debts as what you owe.
Well, yes it is and no it isn’t. Yes, at one moment in time a statement can show what you owe if you were to pay it off completely. And no it isn’t when you factor in interest payments over time.
CREDIT CARD REFORM BILL TRIES TO HELP CASH-STRAPPED CUSTOMERS, BUT COMPANIES HAVE NEW WAYS TO BOOST PROFITS
Credit card companies are socking it to consumers left and right. They’re hiking interest rates to as much as 36% and doubling minimum monthly payments, frustrating customers who are already cash-strapped and credit-crunched.
STEPHANIE S. RECENTLY RECEIVED ONE OF THOSE LETTERS THAT CREDIT CARD ACCOUNT HOLDERS DREAD; her 11% rate had been raised to 29.99%. And when she called Citibank to complain, she was placed squarely between a rock and a hard place. Accept the higher rate, she was told, or close the card and accept the damage to her credit score.
In August, prices rose in 17 oF 20 cities. Only Charlotte, Cleveland and Las Vegas recorded month-to-month declines. In the past year, prices are down 11.3% in the 20 cities. Prices in all 20 cities were lower in August 2009 than in August 2008, but in general, year-over-year declines have lessened. “We do want to remind people of the upcoming…