Housing Counseling

Without question your home is one of the most important investments of your life. It’s where your heart is—but it’s also the biggest asset in your financial portfolio. With so much on the line it’s essential that you make good decisions when it comes to your property. Consolidated Credit Solutions has the information you need to keep your investment safe and make the right decisions when it comes to buying, selling, or simply getting the most out of your home equity.

Purchasing a Home

Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or simply purchasing a new home, it’s essential to do your research and make sure that you are up-to-date on the finer points of home buying and mortgage contracts. Learn what you need to know as you purchase a new home and find out where to go for pre-purchase housing counseling so you can make informed choices as you buy and have peace of mind that you made the right decision.

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Getting the Most Out of Your Home Equity

A home is one of the biggest investments you make in your lifetime, but are you getting the most out of your investment? Understanding the value of the equity in your home can help you protect your asset and use it to its best advantage. Learn the pros and cons of home equity loans and get expert advice on reverse mortgage counseling to make sure you have the right information to keep your investment secure.

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Housing Hardship

Economic decline and financial difficulties have put many consumers at risk of losing their home. If you can’t keep up with your mortgage payments and are worrying about the future, find the housing education you need to decide how to move forward successfully. Learn why strategic defaults don’t work and get information on Hardest Hit Funds that may help you save your home. If foreclosure is the only option left, get the right foreclosure counseling to help you proceed successfully and transition to a better financial situation.

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