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John E. Pytte

Lessons in How to Rebuild your Credit

How to Rebuild your Credit Getting into credit trouble is a lot easier than getting out of it. If you have mismanaged your credit and wound up with a low credit score, you may be wondering how to rebuild credit. There are some proven ways to rebuild your credit, and here are a few of the best ones.
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John E. Pytte

What is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

During tough, unexpected times, related to perhaps a sudden illness or loss of a job or spouse, you may find yourself overwhelmed with too many debts and financial responsibilities and not enough income and/or assets to cover them. Though it may seem challenging to accept, for some people declaring bankruptcy is one of the ways they are able to manage these liabilities.
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John E. Pytte

Light at the End of the Tunnel | Mortgage for Bad Credit

Mortgage Loans for Those with Bad Credit Unfortunately, the fear of being denied has caused some potential home buyers to not even bother going through the mortgage application process. The truth is that the vast majority of home lenders have some strict approval criteria, especially after the financial collapse that took place in the middle of the last decade.
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John E. Pytte

Understanding "What is Consolidation?"

Choosing Between Debt Consolidation And Bankruptcy There are many people who are facing overwhelming debt. They are desperately seeking the best possible debt management strategy to handle their situation. Learning what is consolidation, as well as bankruptcy, are both options. Each has benefits that could work well in different situations.
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John E. Pytte

Foreclosure | What does Foreclosure mean?

What is foreclosure?What is foreclosure? What does foreclosure mean? These are some of the most commonly asked questions by home owners. Foreclosure essentially means the process of recovering the possession of a property that was on mortgage and this will mainly be due to the mortgagor's failure in keeping up with the payments due.
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John E. Pytte

Student Debt Forgiveness | Is it Possible?

How to Get a Student Loan Discharge Taking student loans is sometimes the only way students can pay for their education. Repayment of the loans, however, can prove to be a daunting task, and seeking student debt forgiveness may be the only option available to ease the burden of a student loan. There are many methods students can apply to have their debts forgiven, and choosing to file for bankruptcy is one of the most viable options.
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John E. Pytte

Credit Score | How to Establish Credit

In an era when banks are becoming notoriously tight with credit, it's never been more important to have a solid credit score. Whether you're trying to buy a home or you're just looking to be financially sound, building your credit score is both important and cumbersome. It can be done, of course, but only if you dedicate yourself to going through the right processes. Building a credit score is not a magic trick.
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John E. Pytte

How To Rebuild Credit | It Can Be Done!

If you are in a difficult financial situation and you find yourself asking how to fix my credit, there are ways to make that happen. Deciding to file bankruptcy is one way to do that and it's a decision that shouldn't be taken lightly. In fact, it's such a big undertaking on your part that having expert advice from a Georgia attorney will be to your advantage. The attorney is aware of the bankruptcy laws that pertain to your state and can steer you in the right direction.
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