Divorce & Your Home
A divorce doesn't only result in emotional pain, it can often lead to financial turmoil. Deciding on how to deal with the break-up of the family home can be the most intimidating and potentially devastating part of ending your marriage.
What you need most during this uncertain and confusing time is some unemotional, straightforward information and advice. Once you know how a divorce affects your home and mortgage, making important decisions like these becomes a lot easier:
- Selling the house and dividing the proceeds.
- Buying out your spouse and keeping the house.
- Letting your spouse buy you out so you can start fresh.
- Continuing to own the house jointly for a while.
- How to qualify for financing to buy your spouse out or buy a new home.
- How to make sure you're not still liable for the mortgage after you leave.
- Ways to increase your qualifying income after divorce.
- Ways to protect and improve your credit score during divorce.
- And much, much more!
Unfortunately, each of these decisions comes with unexpected pitfalls that can be very expensive and damage your credit rating. Knowing what to look for, and what mistakes to avoid at this uncertain time is essential. That's why I've prepared this valuable FREE report: Divorce and your home: 6 things you need to know before you sell. Inside, you'll learn:
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