Capitalism at its finest. Restaurants are feeling the pain with $4 gas and tightening pursestrings, so they’re sharing the pain by offering “recession specials” — slightly cheaper offerings to help strapped clients enjoy some of the finer things. These deals aren’t really that great compared to cooking in but it’s better than no discount at […]
Who would’ve thought it? Ed McMahon is in default on his Beverly Hills home. Star searches these days reveal rich-and-famous folks getting behind on their payments. I’ve watched lots of shows with Mr. McMahon, including TV’s Bloopers and Practical Jokes, Star Search, and of course The Tonight Show and it is a bit sad to […]
JLP of All Financial Matters had a six-question interview on the housing crisis with reality TV host, speaker, and author Larry Winget. Mr. Winget hosts the A&E show Big Spender and has written several books on personal finance, the latest of which is You’re Broke Because You Want to Be. Mr. Winget maintains that the […]
Living After Foreclosure participated in last week’s Carnival of Personal Finance, hosted over at The Happy Rock. The article submitted was on just walking away from a foreclosure. Thanks for including my article!
Welcome to the first post on Living After Foreclosure! Here are some of the things I plan to talk about on this site: The foreclosure process — how one gets to that point, what’s involved, how it can be avoided The social effects of foreclosure How widespread foreclosure affects society and the economy How one […]