Florida Debt Relief Guide
Living in the Sunshine State can come at a steep price. Florida is home to the 10th most expensive city in the United States and the 32nd most expensive city globally. It ranks second in the country for the number of bankruptcies and foreclosures and also has one of the highest average credit card balances in the country. If you live in Florida, debt relief is a financial solution you may want to consider.
“The situation is unsustainable,” says Gary Herman, President of Consolidated Credit, “and unfortunately it is only getting worse. Home prices and rent are rising quickly, as are insurance rates. When you combine that with the rapid inflation we’ve seen nationwide, it puts Florida residents in a really tough position.”
Fortunately, there are several debt relief options for Floridians saddled with overwhelming debt. Discover state-specific resources for help managing debt and learn how Consolidated Credit can help no matter which state you live in.