Angeline Thomas is our guest blogger today. She is the Staff Attorney who oversees the Foreclosure Mediation and Outreach Project—a WA-based foreclosure prevention program based at Seattle University School of Law designed to connect homeowners to reputable resources through outreach and education.
No doubt, the thought of foreclosure is scary, confusing, and often overwhelming. In fact, many hard-working homeowners are willing to slap down thousands of dollars to anyone offering to save their home. Because most people don’t know all their legal options and/or their legal rights, they are willing to trust almost anyone willing to offer help. If this is you or someone you know–stop! Don’t panic and, please, don’t do anything else until you have read this blog post. Continue reading “Knowledge is Power: Educating Yourself about Foreclosure, Scams, and Your Rights”
Interested in learning how to live within a monthly budget, manage debt and maintain good credit, and more? Come check out our Money Smart Week programs! As part of the national Money Smart Week movement, which you can check out at moneysmartweek.org, The Seattle Public Library has offerings including:
One of the toughest things we face when dealing with money is spending a LOT of it all at once. It feels like the minute you buy something really big it will go on sale or you’ll see something better. Face your fears by following these steps: Continue reading “Hey, Big Spender”