Charlotte Credit Counseling and Debt Management Services
The Great Recession of 2008 hit most of the country hard and Charlotte, North Carolina was no exception. But Charlotte residents have recently seen substantial economic growth.
Over the last five years, Charlotte has ranked 10th in overall economic growth, according to a study by the Brookings Institute. Also, the same study states that Charlotte has seen a significant 11.3% increase in jobs over the same period. Statistics also show that Charlotte’s unemployment rate is at 4.9%, only slightly lower than the national average at 5%.
While the Charlotte economy has been on the uprise, housing is surprisingly expensive for the area. The median sales price for a home in Charlotte, North Carolina is about $200,000 with median rent at almost $1,400 per month. With the median household income at only $54,000, it is understandable that some Charlotte residents might have found themselves in an unsettling financial situation. But there is hope.
As a trusted nonprofit organization, we work hard here at CreditGUARD to help you take control of your finances and move towards a more financially stable future. Our trained professionals will help you create a personalized financial plan, which could include debt consolidation, financial education, credit counseling and ongoing budgeting tips from our experienced credit counselors.
Ready to take the first steps toward a more stable financial future? Call one of our credit counselors at CreditGuard of America today at 800-589-1627 for more information on our nonprofit debt management, debt consolidation and credit counseling services.
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Certified Credit Counselors are available Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm Eastern.
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