Wisconsin families can learn a lot from the following article, by Nicholas Pell of Credit Sesame.
Meeting with clients from Racine to Saukville to Waukesha, we find that very often people struggle to understand their credit reports.
We've all heard of the mortgage crisis, which has effected Milwaukee and the surrounding area along with the rest of the country. Experts now predict the next wave of financial calamity may come from the tremendous amount of student loans held by Americans who can't find jobs that will pay enough to pay them off. No one wants to be in that situation, and Farnoosh Torabi has some advice below that may help you avoid the student loan bubble.
These days, everyone could use a little extra money. If that rings true, check out this video with Farnoosh Torabi on how to earn up to $1000 monthly.
It can be a daunting task to right the ship when faced with a foreclosure, however, there are options for those of you in this situation. Miller & Miller has helped thousands of Wisconsin families save their homes and get a financial fresh start. Click on this link to read a story from Yahoo! Finance on how three families fought to save their homes.
Bankruptcy and the National Football League collide again. This time it is Warren Sapp, who reportedly owes over 6.7 million dollars to his creditors. Read more about the details here.
While foreclosures in Wisconsin are down, the housing crisis still exists in Milwaukee, Kenosha, Waukesha, and other southeastern Wisconsin communities that Miller and Miller serves. Here is a link to an interesting article from MSN Money on why something needs to be done to remedy the housing crisis, along with a unique solution.
No. In Wisconsin, the foreclosure process will usually take at least six to eight months after you receive "foreclosure papers." You will have plenty of time to decide what course to take, whether that is allowing the foreclosure to take its course and finding a new home, or coming up with a solution to save your home. If you are in foreclosure and don't know what to do, call us today. We can help!
Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac suspend foreclosures for holidays.