Texas Debt Relief

Texas residents have found a reliable and trusted partner in Money Fit when it comes to receiving personal debt relief & support for more than twenty years now. Whether our Texan friends are looking for assistance with credit card debt, or other unsecured debt such as collection accounts, medical bills, payday loan debt consolidation and more we’re proud to continue showing why we’re not just “All Hat and No Cattle.”

Money Fit by DRS Inc. has proudly helped thousands of Texans live debt free!

Money Fit by DRS Inc. has proudly helped thousands of Texans live debt free!

Working with a nonprofit debt relief organization, like Money Fit, has benefits.

First, our mission, quite literally, is to help our customers identify means to overcome their debt for good and eliminate the need to seek debt relief in the future. This objective rings true for anyone who seeks our assistance, whether they become a client or not.

Second, you will be treated as a friend. Money Fit Credit Counselors have worked with hundreds of thousands of individuals dealing with their own personal financial worries. They know, from years of experience, that no two stories are alike and that each person that contacts us for debt relief is unique. 

Texans Are No Strangers to Debt

In Texas, the average household credit card debt as of 2018 was $7,692. In comparison to other states on the list, that places Texas 21st in terms of states with the highest average credit card debt. In comparison, the state with the lowest average credit card debt was Ohio at $5,446. Essentially, Texan households carry 40 percent more credit card debt than the lowest state on the list.

Coupling Above Average Credit Card Debt With Increasing Home Ownership and Rental Costs Highlight Need For Debt Relief In Texas

A rising concern in Texas, and across much of the United States is the spectacular rise in home buying and rental costs. Research on Zillow shows sharp increases in costs over since the financial recession of 2008, which is understandable given recovery, though the recent increases may be outpacing the typical household annual earnings and repayment capabilities. An interesting study in the Austin Business Journal shows that even a slight increase in prices would put homes out of reach for many Austin households.

Getting Help With Debt In Texas

Money Fit recommends that residents take precaution and care when seeking services to provide debt relief services. Unfortunately, there are many for-profit businesses that have negative track records. If you come across a deal that sounds too good to be true, it’s highly likely that it is.

We understand that dealing with debt can be frustrating and we’ve heard from many individuals that they wish they’d taken the time to research a business they signed up with but didn’t because they wanted the burden of their debt to simply go away.

We advise that you take your time with your research and think about any short-term and long-term implications such as how much will this cost and what damages may be made to important things like your personal credit history and score. Much is on the line, the more questions you ask and research you do upfront, the more likely you’ll find a resolution to your debt that you’re satisfied with.


Average Credit Card Debt By State

10 Year History & Forecast of Texas Home Prices

Slight Increase In Home Prices Would Put Homes Out Of Reach For Many In Austin

Additional Links & Resources (Coming Soon)

  • Houston Debt Relief

  • San Antonio Debt Relief

  • Dallas-Fort Worth Debt Relief

  • Austin Debt Relief

  • El Paso Debt Relief

We deliver debt relief to all Texas Residents. If you’re from a city listed above you can read detailed information as to the statistics behind why debt relief is needed by many individuals in your area. Remember, you are not alone in your goal to live debt free!