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TX Debt Consolidation in Texas

There’s no need to struggle with the high interest rates of credit cards any longer!  Whatever your reason for falling into debt, Somerset can help get you back on your feet.  Our debt consolidation specialists can help you:


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Texas residents benefit from the ease of paying just one low monthly payment while quickly eliminating your debt.


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Somerset Investors Corp. offers some of the lowest mortgage interest rates in TX.  Combine your high interest credit cards, personal loans, retail cards, home improvement loans, time shares, and boat loans into a single low interest debt consolidation loan.  Even if you have bad credit, Somerset’s debt consolidation specialist can get you on the right track.


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Take advantage of lower interest rates by consolidating all your mortgages into a single mortgage with a low interest rate.


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A debt consolidation loan can save you money on taxes!  Unlike credit cards, mortgage interest is usually tax deductible.  Consult a tax professional or one of our debt consolidation specialists to get the facts.


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Local debt consolidation directory for TX:
Sabinal Santo Sierra Blanca Spur
Sabine Pass Saragosa Silsbee Spurger
Sachse Saratoga Silver Stafford
Sacul Sarita Silverton Stamford
Sadler Satin Simms Stanton
Saint Hedwig Savoy Simonton Staples
Saint Jo Schertz Sinton Star
Salado Schulenburg Skellytown Stephenville
Salineno Schwertner Skidmore Sterling City
Salt Flat Scotland Slaton Stinnett
Saltillo Scottsville Slidell Stockdale
Sam Norwood Scroggins Smiley Stonewall
San Angelo Scurry Smithville Stowell
San Antonio Seabrook Smyer Stratford
San Augustine Seadrift Snook Strawn
San Benito Seagoville Snyder Streetman
San Diego Seagraves Somerset Sublime
San Elizario Sealy Somerville Sudan
San Felipe Sebastian Sonora Sugar Land
San Isidro Seguin Sour Lake Sullivan City
San Juan Selman City South Bend Sulphur Bluff
San Marcos Seminole South Houston Sulphur Springs
San Perlita Seymour South Padre Island Summerfield
San Saba Shallowater South Plains Sumner
San Ygnacio Shamrock Southlake Sundown
Sanderson Sheffield Southmayd Sunnyvale
Sandia Shelbyville Spade Sunray
Sanford Shepherd Spearman Sunset
Sanger Sheppard AFB Spicewood Sutherland Springs
Santa Anna Sheridan Splendora Sweeny
Santa Elena Sherman Spring Sweet Home
Santa Fe Shiner Spring Branch Sweetwater
Santa Maria Shiro Springlake Sylvester
Santa Rosa Sidney Springtown

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Texas News
Cornyn asks Justice Department to investigate voter-registration group

U.S. Sen. John Cornyn called Tuesday for a nationwide criminal investigation into recent voter-registration efforts by ACORN, a grassroots group.

The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now has been at the center of a political firestorm. Voter-registration lists submitted by the group included Mickey Mouse and the Cowboys' starting lineup.

Cornyn, R-Texas, sent U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey a letter Tuesday asking the Justice Department to investigate ACORN - long a political target of Republicans - as a "criminal enterprise."

ACORN officials say that they are required to turn in all applications but that workers mark them as "good," "incomplete" or "suspect" and let election officials determine whether the registrations are legal.

"Sen. Cornyn is making an allegation, as all the other allegations have been made," said Derrick Richardson, an ACORN field organizer in Fort Worth. "As far as I know, there's no substance to the allegation."

"We have stringent quality control," he said. "We are our own whistle-blowers. We normally verify each card . . . and when we find something is wrong, we let [election officials] know there is a problem with those cards."

Republicans have linked ACORN to Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama, a former community organizer, while Democrats are suggesting ties to Republican presidential nominee John McCain.

S. Texas sheriff indicted on federal drug charges

FBI agents arrested a South Texas sheriff at his office Tuesday after he was indicted on drug charges alleging he was involved in a large-scale cocaine and marijuana smuggling operation.

Perry removes TYC from conservatorship

Gov. Rick Perry removed the state's troubled youth prison system from conservatorship Tuesday and appointed a new executive commissioner.

Woman gets life in prison for killing 4 in Texas

A jury has convicted a woman of capital murder for the shooting and beating deaths of four people in suburban Houston in 2003.

Texas death row inmate set to die Tuesday for child's slaying

LIVINGSTON, Texas - Alvin Kelly doesn't deny he committed a murder and deserves a prison cell.

Pilot, Photographer Die In News Helicopter Crash

A Houston television station's helicopter crashed while covering breaking news in Montgomery County on Monday, KPRC Local 2 reported.

Montgomery County sheriff's deputies said KTRK-Channel 13's helicopter went down along F.M. 1488 near Magnolia, Texas, at about 11 a.m.

Smoke could be seen rising from the burning wreckage.

The helicopter was flying over the scene of shooting that resulted from a police chase. It crashed about five miles from that scene.

The station said a pilot and a photographer were on board. The station has not said if they were injured nor released their names.

The cause of the crash is under investigation.

UT relents, will permit political signs in dorm windows

AUSTIN _ Students at the University of Texas at Austin will be allowed to put up signs in their dormitory windows starting today, officials said -- one day after two students were barred from registering for ...

Whiskey distillery in Waco?

Chip Tate hopes to join the ranks of fewer than a dozen distillers operating in Texas by producing whiskey with a regional flair.

Clovis man indicted in 2 murders

A 21-year-old Clovis man has been indicted on two counts of first-degree murder in connection with the shooting deaths of a Melrose man and a Texas woman.

Norbert weakens to tropical depression over Mexico

PUERTO SAN CARLOS, Mexico - Norbert dissipated into a tropical depression over the northern mountains of mainland Mexico on Sunday, after ripping off roofs and forcing thousands to seek shelter in Baja ...

Recovery, ruin visible in Texas a month after Ike

A month later, piles of Sheetrock, appliances, furniture and family mementos dot most streets in this island town.

A bald eagle has escaped from a South Texas zoo's aviary

A bald eagle has escaped from a South Texas zoo's aviary. It was last seen about two blocks from the zoo Thursday, when it disappeared over a rooftop.

Texas Stiffens Driver's License Rules

Texas has adopted new driver's license regulations that require all immigrants to show proof of legal status.

Red River Rivalry, Gov. Perry wagers

A lot is on the line with the Red River Rivalry game, and Texas Gov. Rick Perry makes a wager.

Lawmaker wants new driver's license rule dropped

A state lawmaker wants Texas license officials to rescind a new policy requiring non-U.S. citizens to prove they live legally in the country before receiving a Texas driver's license or identification.

Executions near for 12 on Texas death row

The crowd on A-Wing A-Section at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Polunsky Unit is about to get thinned.

Texas issues distinctive driver's license to immigrants

Foreign nationals living in Texas must now prove they're in the country legally before getting a state driver's license or identification card - one that will look markedly different from those issued to U.S. citizens.

"While we welcome legally documented individuals to the Lone Star State, we must ensure that this privilege is not abused by those seeking to enter our country illegally," Gov. Rick Perry said. "These new guidelines will provide additional security."

The licenses and identification cards, which will be vertical instead of horizontal, will also be stamped with the words "temporary visitor" and will list the date their legal residency expires. Advocates for immigrant rights say the change could facilitate profiling.

"If you're an employer, or you're a person who rents out apartments, and you see a vertical license, that could have a negative impact," Dallas City Council member Steve Salazar said. "There's going to be an added incentive for people not to get a license."

Under the new guidelines, DPS will not issue or renew licenses or ID cards for any immigrant who is here illegally, or who has overstayed his or her residency.

Nor will the agency give them to immigrants who have permission to stay for fewer than six months.

DPS spokeswoman Tela Mange said people who are living in the country illegally and show up to get a license without proper identification will simply be turned away. Their information will not be passed on to authorities.

"They won't be arrested ... unless there is already a warrant out for their arrest," Ms. Mange said.

U.S. citizens will not have to provide any additional evidence; birth certificates and other information already on file with the state is sufficient. And online and mail-in renewals will still be allowed as long as they include proper documentation.

Star U.S. pastor to hold 'Megafest' in S. Africa

It's time for Americans to look beyond their borders, superstar Texas preacher T.D. Jakes said Thursday as he prepared to hold his trademark Megafest in Johannesburg, South Africa -- outside the U.S. for the ...

Texas offers $100 million to lure bio lab

Texas officials are prepared to offer $100 million in incentives to the federal government to lure a new laboratory for dangerous diseases to San Antonio, Gov.

Noriega, Cornyn debate in Houston

Democratic Senate candidate Rick Noriega wants to use tonight's televised debate with Republican Senator John Cornyn to impeach Cornyn's leadership for Texas in Washington.

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