Posts Tagged ‘foreclosure’

Consider the Timing before You File for Bankruptcy in Arizona

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

When you file for bankruptcy in Arizona, the main objective is to relieve an unreasonable debt burden and get back on your financial feet as quickly as possible. While it can be true that sooner is better than later, that is not always the case. The right timing to file for bankruptcy takes into consideration
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HOA Dues and Bankruptcy in Phoenix Arizona

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

One of the main reasons AZ residents file for bankruptcy is overwhelming debt that includes their home. Whether people are trying to get out from under mortgage liabilities through Chapter 7 bankruptcy or looking to save their home by filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy payment plan, a home is a significant part of the decision
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Will Bankruptcy Stop my HOA Dues?

Monday, November 14th, 2011

The Homeowners Association dues that you pay help run the neighborhood’s operations including landscaping, maintaining recreational facilities, providing security, and sometimes exterior home maintenance. These dues are a legal obligation and personal responsibility that was incurred when you purchased the home and these dues are separate from your mortgage. LIKE the mortgage, the HOA dues
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