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Deed issues can hurt your residential real estate transaction

Illinois residents who are getting ready to sell their homes have a lot on their minds and a lot on their plates. Making it through a residential real estate transaction as a seller is not easy or stress-free. Several issues can hold up a sale or cause one to face legal claims after a sale. Deed issues, for example, can cause significant problems.

Want to repair your credit? Be careful who you trust to help you

Having bad credit is often a product of carrying too much debt or failing to pay debts as agreed. Many Illinois residents have found themselves not only struggling to meet their debt obligations but also keeping their credit ratings at decent levels. Some may be tempted to turn to credit repair services for help, but it is necessary for them to be careful about who they trust with their information.

Using bankruptcy to stop foreclosure: The Lil Kim case

Numerous individuals in Illinois are in bad enough financial shape that they may lose their homes this year. Some have already been contacted by their creditors demanding payment and threatening foreclosure, and others are only one missed payment away from this happening. For those individuals who want to avoid foreclosure and keep their homes, bankruptcy may be what is called for. It certainly seemed to help rapper Lil Kim.

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