Many people don't realize that credit card debt can be used as a tool for mortgage financing, if managed appropriately. With the proper knowledge, more people can take advantage of real estate opportunities to build financial security for retirement, in addition to providing great financial freedom during career years
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Lake Elsinore, CA (PRWEB) December 27, 2005
Jeanette Fisher, author of multiple books on credit help, real estate investing, and design psychology, offers her new ebook, "Credit Tips: Turn Your Credit Burdens into Wealth-Building Tools," as a holiday gift to first-time home buyers and real estate investors.
Fisher says she wants to help people eliminate their financial worries so they can be happy. "I spent so many years worrying about money while I was raising our kids that I didn't enjoy my life. I want to alleviate that stress for others and help people see how they can use their credit as a tool, rather than seeing it as a burden."
In her free credit help ebook, Fisher teaches people how to make money with credit. She explains how to repair credit ratings, the truth about credit scores, why people should not waste money on credit repair scams, and how to get financing on a first home or multiple investment properties, including the six qualifications for mortgage financing.
Fisher, who has no traditional retirement fund but now has great real estate assets, was shocked to learn:
- 85 out of 100 Americans reaching age 65 don't possess as much as $250
- Only 2% of Americans nearing retirement have the resources to support themselves
- The average American consumer has access to over $12,000 of unsecured credit card debt, but too many suffer from extreme stress over their credit card debt to use it properly
"Many people don't realize that credit card debt can be used as a tool for mortgage financing, if managed appropriately. With the proper knowledge, more people can take advantage of real estate opportunities to build financial security for retirement, in addition to providing great financial freedom during career years," said Fisher.
Fisher researched the best way to strengthen credit specifically for mortgage loans, and offers her advice in this free credit help ebook. This credit help information, used appropriately, will improve credit ratings, while many "credit repair clinics" actually damage individuals' credit ratings.
"Jeanette takes you through a step-by-step process of improving and monitoring your own credit unlike many other books on the subject," said Maria Palma, a Realtor in San Diego. "I thought I knew everything about credit, but I learned many new things after reading this book."
Jeanette Fisher wants people to enter the New Year with more than a plan to reduce credit card debt, but a realistic way to reach achievable goals of financial success. For a limited time, individuals can sign up for this free credit help ebook at http://www.WorryFreeCredit.com and begin the worthwhile journey to financial freedom.
About Jeanette Fisher
Fisher has written multiple credit help and real estate investing books from her own experience and years of research as she focused on dealing with credit reporting agencies, raising credit scores, and alleviating debt in order to finance real estate investments. She found that she could control her credit herself in ways that allowed her to finance multiple investment properties. She experienced such great returns on her real estate investments that she no longer has to worry about debt.
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