Losing a home to foreclosure can be embarrassing and traumatic. But it doesn’t have to be the end of the world. Before spiraling into a depression and wallowing in self-pity, consider ways to improve your credit, and discover how to buy a home after foreclosure.
Home Buying, Selling & Renting
Even through a recession buying a home is a sound financial investment and plan for your future. Our articles, guides and tips will bring you through the home buying process from start to finish. Read articles on home styles and terminology, get help in choosing a real estate agent, and advice on financing your home. Very soon you’ll be living in the home of your dreams!
Bright Hub’s Home Buying, Selling & Renting Channel also covers such vast topics as Real Estate Law, where we answer your legal questions on home ownership, buying and selling and fraud. We also cover selling your home, flipping a house, purchasing and managing investment properties. Know your rights and responsibilities, whether you’re renting a home or a landlord. All this and much more inside! Read articles by Realtors, home owners, peers and professionals, comment and share your experience and opinion.
Need a way to get out of debt or pay for home improvements, but you don’t have the credit score to qualify for a non-collateral loan? If so, consider a home equity loan. These loans feature easy approvals, which is perfect for people with bad credit.
Getting a low rate on a mortgage loan is one way to keep payments affordable. Unfortunately, some borrowers don’t qualify for a low interest rate. Factors such as credit score and debt can justify a higher rate. However, there are ways to make quick credit improvements and obtain a better loan rate