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Can I Short Sell My House While in Bankruptcy?

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As I wrote in a recent article, more than 50% of homes in Arizona are worth less than what is owed on them. This is leading many people to try and short sale their home. However, because of other debt issues, many people also...more

50% of Arizona Homes are Upside Down: Bankruptcy & the Housing Crisis

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Yesterday the Arizona Republic reported that Arizona has the second highest rate of homes where the owners owe more than the home is worth. Nearly 50% of Arizona's homes are not worth what is owed, and in Phoenix the number...more

Leases and Bankruptcy

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Car leases, apartment leases, house leases, commercial property leases. When times are good the lease provides you with the security you need to plan for the future. You know you have that car, apartment, house, store...more

Short Sale v. Bankruptcy

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In this article I discuss the pro and cons of short sales compared to that of simply surrendering a home through the bankruptcy process....more

How Long Can I Stay in My Home in Bankruptcy?

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Many people are facing the possiblity of losing their home, or have already made the decision to leave their home. By filing bankruptcy you can either try and save your home or at least buy yourself some time prior to...more

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