Aug. 3, 2010


  • Getting financial plans seems like the wisest concept there is. Planning for the future and becoming attentive to points for example our children’s education, retirement plans together with real estate. These may possibly sound plain, but in the long run, even our youngsters will benefit from it.
    Joseph - Expert Roofer Los Angeles
  • Time was when a persons word was their bond, but not any more. Lender beware. I see it every investment from the borrower equals a high risk of walking away.
    Gerald Shepherd
  • Do you really think a 'rapper' walked away from his so called bad investment? or is he just ignorant of being responsibile?

    (“I just decided to let it go, give it back to the bank,” rapper Chamellionaire was quoted regarding a multimillion dollar property he recently walked away from. “I just didn’t feel like it was a good investment.”) what kind of example is that to his fans or family? Further these 'rich' people walking away are probably not wealthy or old money - they have gotten 'rich' in ways that may be questionable to begin with. It would not be hard to walk away from something when it wasn't really your money...(clearly these homeowners don't have any real equity or they wouldn't dream or 'walking away'!!!) Maybe as a reporter you could have written an article that was not just trendy - but truth-filled and newsworthy. too bad you didn't invest more in this story!
    Kate Mest
  • I would have liked to have seen some additional reporting on this topic rather than just a summary of a New York Times article.
    M. Consolini