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Blog Posts in May, 2011

Debt Control Starts With Self-Control

If you are one of many Americans over your head in credit card debt, paying off your cards may be easier said than done. Some borrowers see paying down debt as denying themselves the things they want ...
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Can we take on the challenge of living within our means?

The recent recession has brought to light a key issue of concern: Americans' failure to live within their means. When the real estate market was on the rise, credit was all too easy to get and many ...
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Rebuilding Credit after Foreclosure

How long will it take your credit score to recover after foreclosure or a short sale? The answer to this question will vary depending on the unique circumstances of your financial situation. It ...
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Medical Credit Cards: Before You Sign Up, Weigh the Risks

The cost of health care is ever on the rise, and combined with the gaps in insurance coverage, many patients end up paying medical bills with credit cards. According to a report from McKinsey & ...
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February Home Prices Nearly Reach Recession Low

Home prices fell in February for the eight month in a row, nearly reaching the lowest point during the recession. The 10-city and 20-city indexes by S&P/Case-Shiller both fell 1.1% (not adjusted ...
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U.S. Foreclosure Filings up 7%

RealtyTrac has reported that 239,795 properties received some type of foreclosure filing in March of 2011, signifying a 7% increase over the previous month. Though foreclosure filings were up from ...
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Residential Real Estate Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Experience Biggest Drop Since 2009

According to the Case-Shiller index, residential property values in 20 U.S. cities fell 3.3% from February 2010-2011. This signifies the biggest year-over-year decline since November 2009, landing ...
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Las Vegas Mansion Foreclosures on the Rise

According to the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors and Clark County property records, at least 25 houses in the Las Vegas area changed hands for more than $3 million in the last 15 months ...
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Tempted to apply for a store-brand credit card? You should know the risks.

"Do you want to apply for a card and save 15% on all today's purchases?" If you have recently made a purchase at a large retailer, you may have heard these words at the checkout stand. "Save 15%" or ...
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The True Cost of Credit Card Rewards

What is the true cost of credit card transactions, for merchants and cardholders? It may be more than we realize. Merchants pay approximately 1-3% of every credit card transaction in order to accept ...
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