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  • Gosh, you don't ask much, do you? Hey, if you find out how a person with busted credit can get loans to buy or build a new house, you need to open a business helping other losers do the same thing. You can make a fortune.
  • Many places out there, But consider this. Work on getting your credit score higher, The interest rate you will get will be so high, you will get a smaller house for more money.
  • we have really bad credit and can't get a home loan so if you find a lender let me know we have been looking now for about a year
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  • There may be something of use here.
  • My brother is in trouble financially..BIG trouble. He has had a lot of outstanding medical, credit cards, standard bank loans that re all do and over bearing for him. Plus he is laid off at the moment. He recently had a bad car accident and is awaiting huge debt from that. he has no medical insurnce. This is the state of Iowa. He wants to file for bankruptcy to clean all this up. He wants to have a fresh start. What are the requirements and steps for him to take. What can be and cannot be concidered assetts? Any help please.
  • Man..I'm sorry you got such answers that didn't even give you anything to go on. Have your brother contact a local bankruptcy attorney, most will see him free the first time. They will need to look at his income for the last 6 months, assets, list of his debts, last 3 or 4 years of taxes, and then be able to tell him what he qualifies for. You both can gain more information on the bk proceedings and chapters to file individual bankruptcy at www.usbankruptcy.gov Good Luck!!
  • Chad, I filled chapter 13 and my lawyer went over both chapter 7 and 13 with 7 you loose everything except for one car or truck and every thing is wiped clean but it comes with a price like 2500,00 up front or you can make payments and then it will be filled but when i did chapter 13, i payed 2500.00 thrue my bankruptcy and i only have 1.5 years to go and i pay them 327.75 a week but i keep my home and my cars and every thing inside of my home, now if he does not owen nothing i would go chapter 7, but let me say this chapter 13 is way better than chapter 7
  • This is not the place to come with these questions. Most bankruptcy attorneys will provide an initial consultation free of charge, and the questions you've asked will all be answered accurately in that session.
  • If he is waiting for cash settlement from auto insurance company, that is considered an asset. lump sum money being paid to him for physical injury from accident is considered an asset.
  • FACT: The Glass-Steagall Act, a financial regulation bill from the 1930s, was repealed in the 1990s FACT: This heavy deregulation allowed banks to make risky subprime loans to bad credit risks, causing the housing crisis that spread in to other areas of our financial system. FACT: Democrat President Bill Clinton signed the bill that repealed said regulations. FACT: Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul voted against said repeal bill.
  • I know you desperately want these things to be the true cause of the FINANCIAL SYSTEM MELTDOWN of 2007-2008 that was preceded by the GOP-caused housing/credit markets' COLLAPSE that began in 2004 (according to NPR's "All Things Considered"), but unfortunately you have left some information out of your hypotheses. The Glass-Steagall Act had repeal attempts going all the way back to the 1930s, then again in the 1960s, and during Reagan/Bush days, too...it was perceived to be a flawed piece of legislation (see Wikipedia). In 1999, the Glass-Steagall was replaced by the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, sponsored by Senator Phil Gramm (R-TX), Rep. Jim Leach (with the hissy-snake voice I could never stand hearing, a Republican fromm Iowa), and Rep. Thomas J. Bliley (R-VA)---an act that allowed banks to become what Bill Clinton criticized as "financial supermarkets consisting of investment banks, commercial banks, and insurance firms" (the latter banned ever since the Great Depression). Democrat John Dingle (D-MI) argued prior to passage that "banks will become too big to fail" and that "this would necessarily result in a bailout by the Federal Governmetn"---and this was in June 1999 prior to passage. Pressured by an absolute ARMY of banking (bankster) lobbyists, both Republicans and Democrats supported this MELTDOWN-causing bill, with several Democrats and, yes, Ron Paul voting against.
  • "Democrat President Bill Clinton signed the bill that repealed said regulations." After the repeal was passed by a Republican controlled congress.
  • Deregulation and fraud caused the housing bubble to form and burst. I completely agree on the Clinton thing. I have been saying that on here forever. It is good to see Republicans stop point fingers and Fannie and Freddie and the Community Reinvestment Act. And actually realize the truth. Repealing sensible regulation is bad whether the repeals come from Dems or Repubs.
  • the main valid argument i've got heard conservatives recommend for the reason of the fall down is Fannie and Freddie. at the same time as they are suited in suggesting those 2 establishments are massive gamers in the fall down they overreach by way of claiming that: a million.) Fannie and Freddie's fall down replaced into promptly touching directly to the decrease priced housing act. 2.) That Fannie and Freddie have been the main explanation for the fall down, and not purely a element of the extra advantageous incorrect economic gadget. maximum economists renowned that own loan backed securities - that have been bundled, bought, and wager against by way of the main banks - have been the main reason. absolutely everyone who blames illegals for the fall down needs to get a grip on actuality.
  • Liberals blame the cons, the cons blame the libs - while plenty has been done by both parties over the few decades to lead us to the crisis. I find it amusing how the partisans cherry pick the data to get a match to their opinions and somehow believe its proof. The other team has just as many FACTS that say the opposite of yours.
  • also, the socialists on the left imposed the Dodd - Frank bill (remember Dodd was the jewish legislator on the finance committte that sold Bush that the world was about to collapse if a bail out didn't commence). The Dodd - Frank bill has been successful at one thing - slowing job growth.
  • Noticed how you forgot to mention Bush ordering Freddie and Fannie to make $600 billion avaialble to first time minority home buyers! Then to make it easier for them to buy he let them buy with nohing down while rolling the closing costs into the loan!
  • Don't forget to add how the Democrats were droning on about no need for additional oversight at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac because they were "doing just fine". Uh-huh. No one seems to remember the Republicans were increasing concerned about the financial health of both of these organizations. We can see how well that worked out.
  • Fact: A Conservative presided (for eight years) over the economy, watched it slowly crumble, and did nothing.
  • Both parties caused the crisis
  • My husband and I filed our taxes, we got back our state but the day we were to get out federal we never received it. A few day later we got a letter saying that the took it b.c one of us owed for a student loan. So we filed the injured spouse form and sent it in the end of February. Does anyone know how we can find out when we will receive our refund or if we will? Oh yeah we live in Iowa
  • I have to file the injured spous form every year because my husband owes back child support. I made all the income but they took out 400.00 because of the making work pay credit. but that was okay. I filed my return electronically with my 8379 on feb. 2 and i just got my refund check monday march 22. So i was told that it normally takes 8-11 wks. but really for me only about 5-6 not bad. Last year it came also around the same time. I called about every 3-4 wks. and was told to call back around the end of march. but looked at the WMR website and it showed a check to be mailed on march 19th. Good luck i think it all depends on the situtation of the injured spouse and making sure everything is allocated to the one who does not owe the debt. Good luck hope this helps.
  • Guess you filed a Form 1040 and Form 8379 with the IRS. Well processing of Form 8379 Injured Spouse can take up to 16 weeks from the date IRS receives the forms good luck
  • My first advise would be to verify that you completely qualify for the injured spouse rule. http://www.fairmark.com/spousal/injured.htm I would then go to check the status of your return. http://www.irs.gov/individuals/article/0,,id=96596,00.html?portlet=8 Sometimes it can be something trivial. be patient and dont give up. last year I was suppose to get back $7500 and they sent me $3200. I was then sent a letter telling me that the dependents that I had claimed were not allowed. After 8 months of arguing and letter writing along with document ordering, I finally got the remaining part of my taxes along with interest. be strong and stand your ground.
  • It can take 8 weeks to process the form. No one here can estimate the amount. (Aside from saying if you didn't work, the entire refund would be allocated to him.)
  • It has been less than a month since you sent it. Expect it to take a couple months if not longer.
  • Well i like engineering it seems stress free high paying and in demand plus you make a difference and its noble it was either this or business .... which i hate. Im switching my major to engineering right now im in community college. I have a good outline for my classes although i have to take a few remedial math, reading, and chemistry courses but ill still get where i wanna be by the 2 year 60 credit max for transferring into temple university or my top choice University of PITT. plus theres always iowa state and delaware university all ranked decently. Im taking flying lessons right now and by the time i tranfser i will have my private pilots and instrument rating. While at the university i need to get a CAR LOL but il still try to fly perhaps take out another loan.. since ill only be spending 30K total on education i think i can afford a 20K loan for flying school to finish my commercial certificate then get my certified flight instructors certificate also multi engine and high performance ratings. Also around my junior year i plan on interning in engineering im trying to get an internship where my step dad works which is three mile island in Pennsylvania. Im sure you know it. he said they are always hiring engineers there soooo.. after i get out of school hopefully ill get a good engineering position somewhere.. i will also instruct to build flying hours.. then when i have 2000 hours of lfying time perhaps 3-5 years i will stop being an engineer and go to work for a regional airline the pay will be bad but its my dream.. then i can get some real experience and eventually move up to the majors.. however, if i ever get furloughed or fail a medical for whatever reason ill still be able to fall back into engineering right? sorry for my grammer im typing this up really fast as i have things to do.
  • its a good career choice, but stress free is definitely NOT in the job description. goodwill and godspeed.
  • I'm certain that you will find every financial clarification at: financial-care.info- RE My plan to become an engineer.? Well i like engineering it seems stress free high paying and in demand plus you make a difference and its noble it was either this or business .... which i hate. Im switching my major ...mostrar más
  • My house is in a pretty bad shape. We do not have the money to fix it and would like to know if there is any charities or churches that would help with this sort of thing. Don't usually beg for money but it is going to be unliveable we need help bad. Please do not make cruel comments until you have been in similar situations. I don't need the sarcasm.
  • Sorry for the lack of info. We live in Indiana. We actually had someone come out to give us an appraisal on painting and he suggested the siding. There is some rotting of the wood and our home was built in 1890 so he said the clapboard to replace it would be next to impossible to find and very expensive if we did. (This guy only painted so I know he wasn't just hoping fo r more money) I have contacted my local division of Family Services and they led me to the USDA and we don't have good enough credit for the loan they offered. Which means refinancing is out of the question. Thank you all for your help.
  • Depends where you live, where i live here in iowa theres a place called operation threshold that would help out in those types of situations. i know this place has several offices in our state but not sure in the country assuming your from U.S. Check with your local chamber of commerce they would be able to help you out by giving you the various info that would be available. Goodluck. Email me tell me where you live and i could possibly help guide you in right direction
  • Yes, you sure can find charity that will help you. You don't lets us know where you live, but you can try asking in churches and even calling to the "city offices" of the area you live at. Do you think you can ask you family and friends to help you buying and even painting your house? I have painted part of my house myself, and that is not my profession. Hope you can find the way to make your house look pretty. Good Luck
  • Well, you would have to do your homework. There are A LOT of programs out there designed to assist those in your situation. I would start with your local Social Services Department, and perhaps they can help or point you in the right direction. You may have to meet certain requirements, depending on the program.
  • Really depends on where you live. Look in your local phone book see if you community has any Neighborhood/Social services available, My sister's church has a mission where they go to Appalachia and perform home repairs. If you have a HUD loan, I think you can also contact them for help.
  • Best bet would probably be to start calling around. Or possibly refinance the home. If you need help doing the work contact the Probabtion Dept. in your community and ask them if you could get some people who need to put in community servoce hours to come out and help.
  • There's a group called Rebuilding Together that helps homeowners repair their homes. Volunteers will come out and help with various projects. You would have to find out if there is a chapter operating in your area and whether you qualify for their assistance.
  • Call you local Vet Center, ahem veterans center where they can give you federal, state, or local organization who can assist you. Most programs are dependant on your income and age. Checking with the city to see what funds might be there to assist you and your predicatment. Inquire about federal, state, or local programs. Good luck JR.
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  • I am not sure where you are located, but you can contact your local salvation army or good will and they might be able to direct you to a charity in your area that can help you with your needs. Good Luck!
  • gospel missions most often have men in their programs that train and go out to help people in their community with home type stuff. . I don't know what city or state. but I know where I live we have at least one that does this kind of thing. union gospel mission.
  • Worst rate will very by State. In Oklahoma it's 21%, while in Iowa it's 27%. Whatever the State allowed maximum rate is in your State, is the worst you could possibly be charged. And by the way, the person who said that anything over 7% is a complete rip off, simply doe's not know what they are talking about. Even with great credit, the LTV (loan to value), term, miles & age of the vehicle financed will all effect rates. I have seen people with scores well over 700 be charged rates of over 10% due to these factors.
  • I saw 31% once; I think my naive son was paying 21% at one time too. Anything over 5 or 6 percent shouldn't even be considered. You can only get a lower rate from a credit union or bank if you have good enough credit and income. Some car dealerships prey on those who don't, and who can least afford it.
  • Having experience in military communities (military spouse for 17 yrs)...Many of these used car dealers offer 'special military financing ("if you have bad credit, we'll get you financed anyway"). Well, they have usury rates I've seen as high as 31%.
  • Anything over 7% is a complete rip-off. You could get a lower rate from a bank or credit union.
  • There is no limit to what some people will sign their name. Stupid is what stupid does.
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