More trouble for the economy? Now, after hurting the consumers’ credit ratings for so long, while at the same time hurting their own balance sheets, it appears that certain banks are getting a taste of their own medicine. Moody’s has recently downgraded the credit worthiness of certain banks, as described in a recent article.
What does this mean to individuals and businesses? It may mean that getting loans may get tougher, as banks raise funds to lend out to third parties. It could mean that banks will start liquidating collateral faster to get cash in and then to seek to lend it in more profitable ways. In any event, it’s not good, and affects all of us.
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While foreclosures were down for the first quarter of this year, according to recent figures in an article in the Boston Globe, foreclosures in Massachusetts are back up in number. There is no doubt that there is still a long way to go for recovery and balance in the economy. But people need to know their options.
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It’s not a good thing for any one individual to go through. But the truth is that foreclosures are on the rise again, as the article describes. Careful planning is important for anyone going through the process, whether or not the plan is to save the house, to sell it, or to let it go. There are consequences often not considered without professional advice, from deficiency claims and lawsuits to tax implications.
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It is fairly commonly known to divorce lawyers and bankruptcy lawyers that the stresses of one form of issues faced by clients (divorce or bankruptcy) can and often does lead to the other situation. Certain factors are obvious, such as the post-divorce requirement to support two households on the same pre-divorce income. Similarly, the financial stresses leading to bankruptcy can and do often take their toll on personal relationships, thus leading to divorce. In any event, there is a good article about preparing yourself for some of these issues.
Remember, as we say, knowledge is power. Contact us to discuss your issues.
Well, it appears that the number of cases being filed in 2012 is down from 2011. This is based upon information in a report issued by the US Courts through March 2012.
What does it mean? Unemployment is still up. Real estate prices are not going up as foreclosures continue to rise in order to relieve the backlog of distressed properties on the market, as stated in a recent article. Although interest rates are down, that is little help when there is no equity in properties
The reality may be tough for anyone. There is still a long way to go. If there are questions that we can answer for you, please contact our office.
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The news is still tough for homeowners and the lack of equity. The economy is still quite fragile, as set forth in this article.
Find out options that are available. Knowledge is power. Contact us to help.
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