Shreveport Credit Counseling and Debt Management Services
With the economy and opportunity of today’s society, it’s easy to see how so many Americans carry debt. With recent economic downfalls, Shreveport residents have found themselves in increasing need for financial help.
Shreveport’s unemployment rate of 7.1% is significantly higher than the national average of 5.0%. Combined with high unemployment rates, the average weekly wage for a Shreveport resident is only $750, a shocking decrease from the national average of $1,043.
With unemployment rates and weekly wages so low, the housing market is more in line with the rest of the nation. The average listing price for a home in the Shreveport area is about $192,774. Combine that price with the average income, $36,000 per household, and it is understandable how so many Shreveport residents are seeking financial help.
No matter your debt situation, there is opportunity for financial improvement. The average CreditGUARD client in Shreveport has about $13,000 in debt. With our help, our clients in this area have saved over $12 million in interest.
Here at CreditGUARD, we work hard to make sure you have a stable financial future. As a nonprofit company with an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, you can trust us to help you in the best ways possible. Our financial professionals will work with you to devise a financial plan, debt repayment options, budgets and how to plan for your secure future.
If you are ready to start working towards a happier, stable future, give us a call today. Our Certified Credit Counselors are always around to discuss your finances with you.
Find Debt Relief Today!
Find Debt Relief Today!
Certified Credit Counselors are available Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm Eastern.
For more information on debt consolidation, please visit:
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