Monday, December 10, 2007

Consolidating with the experts

While we can’t go out and blame individual consumers for the current credit crunch, the lenders who gave mortgage loans out to individuals with sub par credit are under far-more scrutiny. And yet that isn’t to say that people with poor credit shouldn’t be getting Loans, it means that they sometimes need more structured loans by experts who aren’t going to the individual or a couple a disservice by helping them overextend themselves. can assist with Debt Consolidation and Unsecured Personal Loans to help those with less-than-perfect credit get back on their feet without going through bankruptcy or losing their homes they’ve worked so hard for.


rel=nofollowDawn said...

Why SHOULDN'T people with poor credit not be getting loans?

And why aren't they to blame? At the risk of sounding old-fashioned, back in the old days, if you couldn't afford something, you just didn't buy it. (And that includes a house).

Granted, I'm no angel with credit and I do have consumer debt, but I take responsibility for it.

The whole situation right now is a mess, and it all has to do with the entitlement attitude in America today.