Buying A Home After A Short Sale: Is It Possible?

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Losing your home to a short sale can be devastating. It can be an upsetting time for any homeowner, and it is difficult to think about ever getting another mortgage. Although it is not a simple process, you will one day be able to get another mortgage even if you sell via short sale. Simply put, getting another mortgage is going to take some time, so patience is crucial. However, there are some things you can do in the meantime to get ready to buy your next home.…

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How Far Should You Go When Tracking Down The Source Of Credit Card Fraud?

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If you’ve had your credit card information stolen, leaked, or “skimmed” over the past few years, you’re already well aware of the hassle and expense that can come from trying to reverse any fraudulent charges and replace your card. Even more frustrating is the inability to pinpoint where your card was compromised–and therefore, how you can prevent a future such incident. Read on to learn more about some of the most common types of credit card fraud, as well as how far you can (or should) go when trying to determine the origin of your credit card leak.…

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First Time Dealing With Bid Bonds? 3 Tips That Will Help You Avoid Problems

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If you’re a small contractor trying to break into the world of government contract jobs, you’ll need to become familiar with bid bonds. Bid bonds are a way of proving that you’re serious about your work, and that you have the funds, and the backing to complete the job if your bid is accepted. If you’ve never been issued a bid bond before, here’s some information that will help you avoid problems with the process.…

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