Nobody wants to deal with debt collectors. Unfortunately, even if you don’t have debts in collections, you might still be harassed by one. Nearly half of the complaints received by the CFPB in 2020 dealt with attempts to collect a debt that wasn’t owed by the person getting contacted. The contact can also be less […]
Tyler Fitch embarked on his content writing adventure while at Florida State University, writing a myriad number of articles for StudyBreaks.com, a lifestyle magazine aimed at college-aged students.
Whilst still studying, Tyler began writing a monthly newsletter for Killearn Homes Association, where he honed his talents for writing informative and news-centric articles. After graduating with an English/Communications degree, Tyler went on to acquire his realtor’s license, enriching his desire to learn more about finances.
As a writer for Debt.com, Tyler uses his past knowledge of real estate and the finances involved, to invoke people’s curiosity of how important it is to leave debt in the past.
For Father’s Day, we spoke to experts in the field of finance to learn how their dads shaped their financial future.
This guide helps homeowners how to get top-dollar when selling their homes in today’s market and how to navigate buying a home at the same time you sell.
As we navigate the real estate landscape post-pandemic, the nation finds itself in one of the biggest seller’s markets in history. So, we created this guide to help homebuyers traverse the field and become successful, even when they’ve lost all hope.
To help you traverse the world of homeownership we’ve created this comprehensive guide for everyone curious about the housing market. Whether you need help as a buyer, homeowner, or renter, we’ve got the breakdown for you.
In such a seller’s market, it can be almost impossible to get an offer on a home accepted. Here’s how you win the battle in a bidding war.
When the word infidelity springs to mind, it is often associated with midnight rendezvouses at seedy hotels or texting on private messaging apps. While one can speculate on the ethical nature of those, another type of cheating typically flies under the radar—financial infidelity. In 2018, researchers from the University of Southern Mississippi polled 414 U.S. […]
Payday loans are risky short-term loans that you should ONLY use if it’s your last resort. Find out more about payday loans and how they can seriously impact your finances.