How Connecticut Homeowners Can Now Be 100 Percent Debt Free

April 22nd, 2022 by admin Leave a reply »

Am I the only person that is sick and tired of hearing commercials saying that consolidating your Connecticut home mortgage debt and taking out new home loans is the best and most wonderful option for people to lower their monthly payment? Am I the only person who still thinks that taking another Connecticut home loan to get out of debt is a bad idea? Sometimes after watching tv or reading the newspaper I feel that I am either the dumbest person on the planet or one of the few smart ones because I still believe like my parents taught me. “That borrowing money will only make sure you owe a new boss, but will not get you out of debt. Maybe I am too old fashion with my outlook, but there has got to be some folks out there who are just as sick and tired as I am.

If you are one of those folks then you have to take a look at this all of the methods that are available that truly solve your debt problem here in our great state of Connecticut. I don’t know about you, but I want to become 100% debt-free in 4 to 5 years. I would absolutely love to never have another mortgage payment again and live a life of total freedom. I know that many of us here in Connecticut have home mortgages that are in the several hundred thousand range, but I know that debt freedom is still possible.

I personally believe that hundreds of Connecticut homeowners can use debt elimination strategies to achieve 100% debt freedom and give their family the good life they deserve. When looking for a debt elimination program here are some things that the program should not require you to do:

* Will NOT require you to file bankruptcy

* Will NOT give you an illegal way out of paying your bills

* Will NOT require you to eat tuna fish for the next ten years

* Will NOT require to sign up for an investment scheme

* Will NOT require you to change jobs

* Will NOT be difficult or hard – this is for the average person

* Will NOT require you to do anything illegal or immoral

If the program that you are considering requires you to do any of the above then run for the hills. The last thing you need are legal issues on top of debt issues. I don’t know about you, but I am not interested in consolidating more high interest rate credit cards, I am not interested in transferring balances to one card to the next, heck I am not even interested in borrowing money from family.

Chris Rivers, founder of the Connecticut Debt Elimination System, specializes in empowering Connecticut residents to become 100% debt-free in 4 – 5 years [] even if you have late payments on your mortgage and have hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt.


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