Category Archives: Foreclosure

Setting Credit Limits

You have your signed credit applications, you are having your customers fill them out and checking references. Now your stuck. How do you decide how much credit to extend or if you should extend credit to this person? There are … Continue reading

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How Forecasting can help your bottom line

One thing you can do is make sure that forecasting is something you do for your business or ask your accountant to help you with this.  Look for growth in real wages, which drives consumer spending, and which accounts for … Continue reading

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Collecting during a Crisis

Being a bill collector is hard enough, but collecting in difficult times is even harder.  People are laid off, out of a job completely, might be getting unemployment, have lost their homes, are living with family or friends or in … Continue reading

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Foreclosure Filings in New Hampshire

According to RealtyTrac, there were 272,171 foreclosures in the United States in July 2008 and 252,363 in June 2008.  In New Hampshire there were 903 foreclosures in July 2008 and “only” 503 in June 2008. The number keeps rising and … Continue reading

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