We own a home in South AL which we moved out of in May 2008. We had the house on the market...
until Jan. 09 at which time we rented it. We built a home in another part of AL in '08 and have been paying 2 mortgages since then. Both homes are mortgaged through the same company. The rentors have moved and we are faced with spending another $10K on upgrades to hopefully sell the house most likely for 20K less than we refinanced it for in '07. We are seriously considering not sinking more money into this home and letting the lender have it either by offereing the deed or allowing foreclosure. Could this affect our current mortgage in the home we are living in now? We are current on all paym
by Christy Kirwan 5 days ago
As many of you noticed, we've recently been doing some testing with the Q&A feature on articles vs. with their own URLs. As a result of our tests we've developed a new policy.Once approved by a moderator, Questions will have a grace period to gain traffic on their own URL. Questions that gain a...
by Sam Dolloff 6 years ago
How hard was it to move? Did you have a job and then move? Decided you wanted to move then found a job?
by cjcarter 6 years ago
At what age did you move out of your parents house?
by Lgali 9 years ago
what age should kids sends home to live alone?
by Jenny_Leigh 6 years ago
I moved from Pennsylvania to Oklahoma a few months ago. I've been planning on bringing my cat out here. A short time ago, my mom told me that it might not be a good idea to bring him out here because he is 11 years old, there are 3 other cats back in PA to keep him company, and because...
by BritInTexas 5 years ago
Do your family ever make you feel guilty about the life path you chose?In 2007, at the age of 31, I left my home in England and moved to Texas, USA, and got married. Since that day, my parents and one sibling have subtly made me feel tremendous guilt for 'leaving' them, and will often ask why...
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