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Owning a home, a car, even a boat, is all part of the American dream. For some Americans that dream is easily obtained. For others, it remains tantalizingly out of reach. In this economy, most people just do not have the resources to pay cash for the largest investments of their lives. As a society, we rely heavily on our ability to obtain loans and credit in order to purchase these big-ticket items. Unfortunately, an estimated 83% of Americans have some sort of derogatory credit being reported. Banks and lending institutions have made increasingly harder to obtain credit and people are rapidly beginning to lose all their purchasing power.
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