CS student, difficult situation - Posted by marleeka

Posted by chris on June 10, 2000 at 21:48:17:

To take some of the burden off of you at this time get an income contingent repayment plan for your student loans under the William D. Ford Consolidation loan program.

http://www.ed.gov/DirectLoan/ is their site and you can do an application online.

For your credit card debt consider going to http://www.creditinfocenter.com/ for pointers and consider Consumer Credit Counseling Services which is explained at http://www.creditinfocenter.com/CCCS/

Head over to the main board and read the posts there for tips and read all of the free articles accessed through the links within the yellow border on the left side of the page.
http://www.real-estate-online.com/wwwboard/index.html is the main webboard. A bank is not the place to go for money at this time for you.

-Good Luck,Chris

CS student, difficult situation - Posted by marleeka

Posted by marleeka on June 04, 2000 at 12:15:53:

I ordered the CS program a few weeks ago and am very enthusiastic to do RE. The thing is i am a single mother with student loan and credit card debt who lives from paycheck to paycheck. It’s funny that i work at a bank and even they won’t lend me money!!! The thing is i thought i would start to clean up my credit a little and then start my venture because according to student loan reps, i only have to make 6 consecutive payments and those loan delinquencies will be wiped off my report. But i really wanted to start now because i feel i can do this. I’m particularly intersted in lease optioning and flipping properties and maybe renting a few duplexes. Is there any good advice for a person like me with virtually no resources? also is the CS terms and techniques" tape a good tape? some of the terms are so confusing. and where can i pick up “rich dad, poor dad”?

try the public library for RDPD (NT) - Posted by Anne-ND

Posted by Anne-ND on June 12, 2000 at 14:06:57:


Re: CS student, difficult situation - Posted by Audrey

Posted by Audrey on June 11, 2000 at 22:36:45:

Hi Marleeka,

I am considering ordering the CS tapes myself. I hope the no money down is for real because, I am living basicly paycheck to paycheck myself. I did read the book rich dad, poor dad. ( I got it from a book store but I have seen it at Kmart as well) I found it to be a good book, not in the ‘how to’ sense but in the how to start thinking about wealth and things.
good luck!

Re: CS student, difficult situation - Posted by chris

Posted by chris on June 10, 2000 at 21:56:48:

I forgot the part of your post about Rich Dad, Poor Dad. The author, Robert Kiyosaki has his own website at http://www.richdad.com/

You can find all of his books at any bookstore, and there are reviews over at amazon.com. To search for best book prices of all the online sellers head over to http://www.bestbookbuys.com/ which will search 30 booksellers.