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CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY MAY HELP STOP FORECLOSURE

By Gilman & Edwards 25.07.14 01:46 AM

College Park, Maryland, residents incur debt or make huge purchases with their credit cards for various reasons, such as a medical emergency, a personal problem or unexpected home or car repair. Many people try to repay debt by cutting expenses, working double shifts and sacrificing vacations. But d...

25.07.14 01:46 AM - Comment(s)

Marylanders may have relished the delicious baked goods at Crumbs for nearly 11 years. But, that enjoyment is ending as the publically held company announced that it was closing all locations and letting go all employees. Customers had been gobbling up giant cupcakes, but in the last few months, sal...

18.07.14 01:45 AM - Comment(s)

AMERICA'S FORECLOSURE INVENTORY RATE LOWEST SINCE 2008

By Gilman & Edwards 12.07.14 01:44 AM

With the recession lessening and the economy on its way to recovery, Maryland residents can breathe a sigh of relief. Since the recession, many Marylanders have faced mortgage issues, and as a result have lost their homes to foreclosure. But in recent times, the situation seems to be improving, with...

12.07.14 01:44 AM - Comment(s)

Rockville, Maryland, residents may have read about a recent U. S. Supreme Court ruling that would allow creditors access to inherited Individual Retirement Accounts. The inheritance, however, must be from a person other than a spouse. Since the ruling, media across the country have been addressing t...

04.07.14 01:43 AM - Comment(s)

Throughout the country, aftereffects of the economic downturn that occurred a few years ago affected many residents of Bethesda, Maryland. Even after the economy recovered, many people found it difficult to cope with the many financial challenges they were facing and, as a result, lost their homes t...

26.06.14 01:42 AM - Comment(s)