And if you sell the house and pay off all the cards, what systems to you have in place to prevent you from running them up again? Most of the time, high CC debt is a symptom of an underlying problem (spending more than you make), and unless you take care of that root cause, selling the house would just be a band-aid, because you'll find yourself in the same boat a year or two down the road.Personally, I wouldn't even think about selling the house until you've proven to yourself that you can stay off the credit cards - in my case, that would mean 6 months without a single new charge...
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