How you can really be “passive” landlord — profiting without doing any back-breaking work, taking any late-night phone calls, or dealing with any nightmare tenants.
Buying a home can be both exciting and stressful but, for those with past
credit problems, the process may also seem intimidating. The good news is
that many lenders have adapted to the idea that many hopeful homeowners
simply need a second chance, which means that past credit problems no
longer have to define your future.
When life unexpectedly takes a turn for the worst, it’s not always possible to
come out without a few bumps and bruises. Every day, people are faced
with late or missed credit card payments, mortgage foreclosures, bankruptcy
proceedings, auto repossessions and even civil judgments that will affect
their credit reports for years to come. Whether it’s from a job loss, injury or
just a simple case of temporary hardship, credit blemishes are often a part of
life. The good news is that they no longer have to prevent you from
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