The page “Foreclosures by State” from MyCashFlowNotes.com summarizes the effects of home foreclosures in two U.S. states with high foreclosure rates: Arizona and Nevada.
Brookfield, Wisconsin (PRWEB) January 29, 2011
MyCashFlowNotes.com, an online community and blog that discusses credit and the national debt, has released several new pages, including “Foreclosures by State,” “Insufficient Credit History,” and “National Debt Solutions.”
The page “Foreclosures by State” from MyCashFlowNotes.com summarizes the effects of home foreclosures in two U.S. states with high foreclosure rates: Arizona and Nevada. The author notes that Arizona’s economy was highly based on home sales and construction. Despite the end of the recession, the page notes that Arizona still boasts a 9.7% unemployment rate. Nevada has more foreclosures than any other state, according to the page. Not to mention, the author claims that Nevada also has the highest unemployment rate of any state in the nation – a 14.4% unemployment rate.
“Insufficient Credit History,” published on MyCashFlowNotes.com, explains how adults with little or no credit history can build credit. Applying for a credit card is one method listed to help build credit, though the author indicates that the card will most likely have a low limit or require a co-signer. A cell phone contract may also help individuals build credit. Finally, the page provides a few tips on maintaining a credit score, such as avoiding late and missed payments or maxing out a credit card.
“National debt solutions have recently been researched by the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, and the results may be very unpopular, if necessary,” states MyCashFlowNotes.com on the page “National Debt Solutions.” The author declares that potential debt solutions include cutting earmarks, the mortgage tax deduction, and upping the age when people can start receiving social security checks. Finally, National Debt Solutions addresses the potential budget cut offered by President Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
MyCashFlowNotes.com was launched in July of 2010 with articles about liquid assets and seller financing for foreclosures. WebsiteBusiness is responsible for designing and maintaining the site structure of MyCashFlowNotes.com.
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