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7637 Metcalf Avenue, Overland Park, KS 66204

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Overland Park

2910 Se California Avenue, Topeka, KS 66605

Kansas

Topeka

1113 E Santa Fe Street, Olathe, KS 66061

Kansas

Olathe

133 E 3rd Street, Newton, KS 67114

Kansas

Newton

3015 S 4th Street, Leavenworth, KS 66048

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Leavenworth

1019 Washington Road, Newton, KS 67114

Kansas

Newton

4625 Shawnee Drive, Kansas City, KS 66106

Kansas

Kansas City

3375 E 47th Street South, Wichita, KS 67216

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Wichita

4007 Parkview Drive, Pittsburg, KS 66762

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Pittsburg

2205 S 4th Street, Leavenworth, KS 66048

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Leavenworth


Frequently asked questions about kansas credit

  • Check this site for a NFCC member near you: http://www.nfcc.org/. These are legit, non-profit credit counseling services that offer debt management programs for a nominal fee. They negotiate lower interest and payments so you can pay off your debt. When you complete the program, you will have decent credit. NOTE TO JUDY: Where or where do you get your info? Do you just make it up? You seem to add erroneous tidbits to what otherwise might be good advice. NFCC is not government, nor is it government approved. It is a private organization. On the other hand FHA is a government agency and does not actually review credit or scores for mortgages since they don't actually lend money.
  • There is only one Federally approved site. National Foundation for Consumer (credit) councelling. NFCC.org Go to their site - get their 800 number - call them, and make an appointment today at a local office. They are non-profit - no cost to you. if they put you on the DMP program - cost about $25 a month - but only if you can afford it. Reviews call them angels from above. But... did you know you can do this yourself? Go get a good book on Credit and Debt Repair from your library or bookstore. They will teach you all the tricks on how to negotiate, settle, delete items, etc, like a pro. /
  • It would help you negotiate with your creditors to either lower interest or at least stop adding it to your bill (in some cases) It will also put you on a budget to get your bills paid off in a timely manner. To find a chapter near you go to : http://www.nfcc.org
  • The best thing to do is get a newspaper and call all the houses for rent and just say you was wondering if it is still available and how much is the screening fee, If there is no screening fee,Then they don't really check your credit they bass it on your employment and rental history.But if they ask you how is your credit history just say great.
  • If it's Wichita you are looking for, I can tell you that on Eastern Street, in south east wichita there is an apartment complex that I live in. They did not do any credit check, if they did then I can tell you that they were VERY lenient because my credit score is slightly above a 500 with a bankruptcy and 2 reposessions. I also had just moved out from MD with no job yet. The landlord is very nice and accepting of other people. The community is pretty good as well. The apartment complex is called Eastwood Apartments.
  • Eastwood Apartments Wichita Ks
  • The Kansas area? Come on...narrow it down a little. KC area? Wichita area? Lawrence/Topeka area? Western Kansas area?
  • No but you might try a rent to own or a motel that take permenant tenants
  • http://www.craigslist.org <-------- Check out your state then the city closest to you. Look under apartments. Good luck
  • i don't know how this will work but do a google search for 'hard money lender' and mail a few of them and make clear you asking for assistance in purchasing a house on a rent to buy basis... most hard money lenders are property investors who are going to make money off of you this way, but it'll also benefit you, as you by the sound of it don't have a good credit rating. Just be honest about it and hopefully the right person might come forward. Also if you life in that area, try placing an add in the paper stating exactly what you need and asking for help. Before you enter into any deal, be sure to get in contact with a Real Estate Agent and find out what the average sales prize is for a home that you are interested in (eg 3bed 2bath), as there might be some ppl trying to trick you as well. You should only pay the average sales prize, not a dime more. Good Investors are interested in making a good deal for themselfs as well as YOU. Good luck. Mel
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  • The only type like that would be buy here/pay here type lots that will use your job as your credit instead of your credit score. The problem with this method of buying a car is: 1: The price of the car is inflated beyond what you should pay 2: The car may have mechanical issues 3: They will want a large down payment 4: They will charge double digit interest which will almost certainly set you up to fail 5: They will harass you for the payment if you are even 1 hour late. LOL 6: They may not even report your payment history to the credit bureaus which you want them to do so you can build your credit All in all, you aren't going to get financing on a new car from a traditional dealer. The best you can hope for (and really, it isn't the best route) is one of these lots. Also, the car won't be new. It will be used.
  • Yes, there are several such places, they all have these words on their signs: "Buy Here/Pay Here." They usually sell high mileage cars. If you're a few days late on payments they'll repo the car immediately.
  • Not unless you can pay cash. Would YOU lend thousands of dollars to strangers without checking their credit?
  • Only the buy here, pay here ones that are basically loan sharks. Try JD Byrider or someone like them.
  • I must be living in the last century, cause I've never heard of Bank anywhere asking for a credit check in order to open a checking account. Most banks are content w/a sizable deposit to start the account - and normal things like State ID card or Drivers License and perhaps a piece of mail to the account holder to prove address requirement.
  • I got evicted from my apartment in January. The bills just got too high and I couldn't pay it anymore. My payments just got later and later in the month. So they evicted me and the fees were crazy. I just paid my last amount last month and have it paid off. I've been living with my aunt in the mean time. She is getting ready to move and I will no longer have a place to live. Is there any places in or around Kansas City that will rent to me? What do I do?
  • Check out craigslist.com There should be many apartment listings and quite a few don't require credit checks!
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  • I live in Kansas and will be looking into spending the first two years of college at a community college, for money purposes. I plan on taking the courses needed for elementary education. As I'm not wanting to go to a school and not have them transfer my credits, I was wondering what school options I have. Thank you for your time.
  • All community colleges have lists of the classes that will transfer to the public universities in their state. These are academic classes which approximate the content of the nearly equivalent classes at the universities. For elementary education your first two years will be spent almost entirely in general education classes which are also required in the first two years of university. Almost all community colleges offer all of the necessary classes for transfer. Inquire at your local community college. If the admission office cannot answer your question, the university transfer office at the community college should be able to answer it.
  • I don't think it really matters which community college you to go, I think it's more about what type of GPA you can achieve and how many units you can complete.
  • You need about 60 semester hours of credit at any accredited college for an associates degree no matter what state you're in. Some associates degrees require more, none will require less. If you also have to collect prerequisites or remedial courses then your total will go up.
  • It depends on the college you are attending. Each college has different credit requirements. An associates degree will take you about 2 years when going full time.
  • The explaination of line 14 says, "Multiply the amount of credit allowed against your federal income tax liability on your federal return (from federal Form 2441) by 25%. Enter the result on line 14." I want to know, does this mean the result I computed ($600) on 2441, or the amount I started out with (in this case $3000)?
  • Dear K: The credit is the number $600. The $3000 is the max expenditure to calculate the credit. Looks like the Kansas credit will be $150. This advice was prepared based on our understanding of the tax law in effect at the time it was written as it applies to the facts that you provided. Click on my profile to read more. Errol Quinn Enrolled Agent Master Tax Advisor
  • a loan from the bank wait snap u have poor credit nvm idk
  • Stay up late tonight and watch cable
  • Steal money and use somebody else's ID.
  • Ain't gonna happen
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