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Deposit when buying a house


We are interested to buy a brand new house in the next 30 days. They require $5,000 deposit first, then another $5,000 two months later and $3,000 60 days before closing. Since we are living in a very unstable economic environment, I am wondering if my husband lose his job 60 days before closing and can't come up with the $3,000 as they want. What options do we have? How can we get our deposit back? Can we sell it or do we have to go to court in order to get our $10,000 deposit? Would you sugguest us any legal action just to protect us? Thank you.

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Bad Credit: Not So Bad After All?


The authors of a new book make the case that life can be good—great, even—while your credit score is in the dumps. In spite of bad credit, you can still buy a home, take a vacation, start a business, and most importantly, not be depressed all the time. And the writers should know what they’re talking about: One of the authors had to declare personal bankruptcy a few years back. The book’s title gets right to the point: Living Well with Bad Credit. Written by Geoff Williams. who regularly contributes to WalletPop. and Chris Balish.

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The ultimate guide to saving for a deposit


Lets face it, saving the money for a deposit is a huge challenge, but it is not impossible. How do I know?  Because my wife and I have saved to buy our own home and I want to show you how you can too. This website will take you through all the steps in the home buying journey; from paying off debts and building up your savings, through to improving your credit rating and finding the best mortgage deals. Whether you are a first time buyer or an existing home owner looking to move up the ladder, having a deposit is vital and the bigger your deposit the better.

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BILL CLINTON'S KNOWN LIES


July 1991: Question: "Have you ever used Marijuana or any illegal drugs?" Answer: "I've never broken any drug law. " - Arkansas Gazette, July 24th, 1991, p. 8B Asked this 3 times, on 3 separate occasions, by 3 different interviewers, your Great White Hope repeated this claim. Until faced with irrefutable proof, that is. Then he said: March 29th, 1992: "I've never broken a state law. But when I was in England I experimented with marijuana a time or two. " Later, in that same interview, "No one has ever asked me that question point-blank. " - The New York Times, March 30th, 1992, p.

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How to Fix Your Bad Credit Quickly + Get New Credit!


Get new credit quickly to raise your credit scores! Target and remove the bad credit that is not accurate, outdated or never verified! Remove 3rd party debt collections and erase the debt. You guys saved our bacon! And we got our mortgage! -Blair & Nikki Carter Get Qualified for the Credit You Need! A simple easy to use strategy. It's quick, efficient and IT WORKS! Don't let anyone tell you that you can't fix bad credit. We are LIVING PROOF that it is happening every day! Our average client has improved their credit scores 71 points in six months.

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100% Guaranteed Approval Credit Cards?


by CreditCardGuru Q: Are there any credit cards that have 100% guaranteed approval? A: Finding anything that is truly 100% guaranteed in life is hard to come by these days. If you have bad credit or limited credit history, it’s probably unlikely you will be approved for most credit cards. Luckily, there probably still is a way you can get approved! What I’m about to share with you technically are not 100% guaranteed approval credit cards, because there are some basic requirements you will have to meet in order to get approved: You will need to be a U.

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Auto loan calculator what can i afford


Blog If you’re in the car market, you need to get the best deal for your dollar. No one should pay too much for a car these days, with dealers willing to bargain and interest rates so low. Before you test drive a car or start negotiating for the best price, do your homework by searching prices online and using an auto loan calculator to determine just how much car you can afford. Haggling with a professional salesperson is not something everyone is comfortable with, and for good reason. They’re professional negotiators. and the good ones are able to hold a certain sway over the customer, charming them into signing whatever deal they’re given.

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Why Dee Why?


A short trip away from the tourist hustle and bustle of Manly, Dee Why is a thriving suburb and locals will tell you it’s got a better beach. Located on the northern beaches of Sydney, the origin of the suburb’s odd name is still a mystery, although local historians believe it may have Aboriginal origins. The first known written reference to DeeWhy occurs in Field Book No. 86 of the colonial surveyor and former convict, Irishman James Meehan1. On Wednesday 27th September 1815, he commenced his survey notes for the day by writing “Dy Beach – Marked a Honey Suckle Tree – …”.

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Conroe & Spring Credit Repair Lawyers


We understand that people go through difficult periods in their lives and experience credit issues from time to time. Bad credit can negatively affect your financial stability and credibility in the future. Those with excessive debt or low credit scores have difficulty taking out loans for homes, vehicles, or other large purchases or securing other loan or credit sources. The Conroe credit repair attorneys and Spring credit repair attorneys at Garg & Associates, P. C. understand how difficult it can be to live if your credit report does not accurately represent your credit worthiness.

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Gas When Bush Left Office, $1.78 -- Gas Today, $3.64 -- Highest Average Price in Calif. $4.20


(AP Photo) (CNSNews. com) – The average price for one gallon of unleaded gasoline has increased nearly every month since Barack Obama was inaugurated in January 2009. At that time, when George W. Bush was leaving office, the price was $1. 78 per gallon. Today, three years and one month later, the average price is $3. 64. In addition, according to the average price data from the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. prices (in nominal dollars: not adjusted for inflation) peaked during Bush’s second term at $4. 09 per gallon in July 2008 and then fell to $2.

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