Bankruptcy can be a key to financial stability and a clean slate for you. But what if you want to keep or sell your Salem, Oregon home? Here are the options you can discuss with your bankruptcy lawyer.
There has been a lot of attention recently about Zillow Offers exiting the cash-for-homes market. Although Zillow has been a huge presence in this market, their exit does not...
Selling a house on terms is not a new concept. It became quite common in the 1970s and 1980s when mortgage interest rates rose drastically. At that time, this method of financing made it possible for those with less than perfect credit or not enough cash for a huge down payment to still be able to become homeowners.
Foreclosure can greatly affect your credit and finances, so it’s best to take action before your property is foreclosed. Here’s your guide to selling your Salem, Oregon property before it is foreclosed.
Life is all about change, and picking up and moving away to a new place is one of the bigger ones. Relocating often means a fresh start and a new chapter in your life! Whether it be for a new opportunity or a better life, relocating marks a significant change in your lifetime.
Facing foreclosure is far from easy, but you don’t need to feel alone or ashamed. In today’s economy, especially hampered by the pandemic, the housing market is in some of the worst shape it has been in decades, and financial stress is no longer a unique situation.
What do you do when you’re thinking, “how do I sell my house fast in Salem without spending on repairs?” Well, you sell your home in as-is condition, of course! But what exactly is selling your home in as-is condition and how can you do this effectively?
Are you looking to sell your home? If you live in Salem, Oregon, catch up with home improvement trends and improve your property value before putting your home up for sale.
It is a bummer to declare bankruptcy, but sometimes it is the only option.
One of the choices you have to make is whether you should file for a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. In any of these cases, you also have to decide whether you need to sell your property to pay your creditors.
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