Recently there have been many real estate ads on television directed at our veterans advising them to refinance their homes to cover credit card debt and other bills. While some people may have a short memory, I want to warn those who served that doing this very thing is how many people got in over their heads and ended up owing more on their home than it was worth. This is a very risky way to pay off debts and could easily make you lose your home to foreclosure.
Please think twice before you take advantage of these kinds of offers. They are not designed to help veterans but are just another way to get you to refinance and potentially get in trouble down the line. I'd be happy to put you in touch with a local, reliable lender so you can get advice on what to do and what not to do when considering refinancing.
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Author:Brian Hargrove Phone: 919-830-5233 Dated: August 3rd 2015 Views: 671 About Brian: ...
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