Financial insecurity has been an overarching American problem since the Great Recession of 2008. You may be like many Americans and other Washington D.C. citizens who are in need of some help with your finances. Economic recovery hasn’t always been as kind to folks in Washington, D.C. as it has in other areas of the country.

The District of Columbia has an unemployment rate significantly higher (5.9%) than the national average (4.7% at the end of 2016). Real estate prices are high in Washington, D.C. with a median home price of $635,000 and an average home rent of $3000. Couple these prices with a diverse income spread in the metro area, and you get an interesting picture: people in the immediate D.C. vicinity earn $1327 per week on average, whereas those in some of the outlying counties like Warren make on average $699 or less per week. So, it makes sense that more and more folks in the D.C. area are looking for solutions to their debt issues. Now is a good time to start getting a handle on your finances.

Regardless of your debt situation, there is an opportunity for financial improvement. The average CreditGUARD client in Washington, D.C. has about $11,000 in debt. With our help, our clients in this area have saved over $21 million in interest.

The Certified Credit Counselors at CreditGUARD of America are qualified to provide you with the assistance and advice that you need. That means we can help you find your way out of the web of debt onto the path toward financial freedom. As a credible nonprofit organization, we work diligently to help you take control of your finances through debt management, financial education, credit counseling and ongoing budgeting solutions provided by our certified credit counselors.

The actions you take today will chart the course for your financial situation in the years to come. If things haven’t been looking so good in the District, don’t lose hope; CreditGUARD can help. Call one of our credit counselors at CreditGUARD of America today at 1-800-500-6489 for more information!

 

 

 

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