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How does a Homeowner Qualify for a short sale
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Plan and simple - What is a short sale?

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Let's Talk about Lehigh Valley Short Sales - How does a homeowner qualify for a short sale?

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Just a little about my background so you can feel comfortable that I have the experience to provide advice on the topic of short sales

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Dogs and humans metabolize foods differently, making certain human foods toxic to canines. Here's a rundown of over 50 common foods, and whether your dog should eat them.
healthline.com

Did You Know: You can place a credit freeze on your file at any time, but you must contact EACH credit reporting company.

What does it mean to put a security freeze on my credit report?-en-1341
consumerfinance.gov

If you have been affected by the Equifax data breach, or simply want to learn more about how you can protect your credit in the future, here are tips to keep in mind.

Whether or not you have been affected by the Equifax data breach, or your personal information has been stolen, there are steps you can take to protect yourself and your credit.
consumerfinance.gov

Understanding the tradeoffs of collecting Social Security benefits early, or taking out a reverse mortgage, can help you make the right decision.

Resources to help you decide whether to borrow a reverse mortgage to delay collecting Social Security benefits.
consumerfinance.gov

After you read “Tia Isa Wants a Car” with your child, talk about key money ideas like setting goals and sticking to a plan. Get started with our Money as You Grow book club.

The Money as You Grow book club is a way to start money conversations with children. Use our Parent Guides for key ideas, questions, and activities.
consumerfinance.gov

Use your next trip to the grocery store to introduce your kids to the idea of comparison shopping. Here are three ways to make the most of your next trip to the grocery store.

Conversation starters and ideas to turn your next trip to the grocery store into a chance for your children to build their money skills.
consumerfinance.gov

If a loved one is planning to stay in their home as they age, learn about the things they should consider as they make their decision.

Information on how financial products are being marketed to older consumers using the age in place trend.
consumerfinance.gov

Many young people got their first job this summer. Here’s 4 steps to help them use their money responsibly.

Here are some ways you can help young workers have a healthy financial start this summer.
consumerfinance.gov

If you find you’re often late with a particular bill, negotiate a due date that better lines up with the dates you receive income or benefits. Learn more about this tip and other things you can do if you’re falling behind on bills.

Here are some steps to consider if you can’t pay your bills.
consumerfinance.gov

Are you facing a cash-flow emergency? First, take a deep breath. You’re still in control. Learn more about things you can do if you fall behind on bills.

Here are some steps to consider if you can’t pay your bills.
consumerfinance.gov