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March 2012 Archives

Banks to be fined by Federal Reserve in connection to alleged wrongful foreclosure practices

In the past couple of years, many allegations of wrongful foreclosure practices (such as robo-signing) have been leveled against banks and mortgage service companies. Wrongful foreclosure practices are a very serious matter. Such practices can cause a great deal of harm to homeowners.

Bankruptcies down in Miami-Dade County and South Florida in February

There are many different types of debt consumers can struggle with, such as medical debt, credit card debt or mortgage debt. Sometimes, consumers look to the protection of bankruptcy when they are experiencing debt struggles. Recently, the Sun Sentinel reported on some statistics that indicate that some interesting trends are happening in regards to bankruptcy in South Florida and Miami-Dade County.

U.S. experienced rise in consumer credit of over $17 billion in January

Recently, Reuters reported on the U.S. consumer credit numbers for January of 2012. The numbers indicate that the large surge in consumer credit that the U.S. saw in November and December continued in January.

Foreclosure action brought against mayor of North Miami

A foreclosure can have major impacts on a homeowner. In the wake of the economic struggles the country has been going through, foreclosures are something that many homeowners in Florida and the rest of the country have faced.

Student loan delinquencies expected to rise even higher

The President of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys predicted the home mortgage collapse and the increasing need for bankruptcy protection back in 2007. Now, the president and his group are once again warning of another looming financial disaster: student loan debt.

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