It might seem like everyone under the sun gets approved for a mortgage, but don't be fooled — home loans are no joke. Make these money moves before applying.
New homeownership comes with more new terms and phrases than one can keep up with. Don't be embarrassed to ask these questions!
Life's milestone purchases shouldn't leave you flat broke. How much can you afford on a new car, home, or engagement ring?
What's a bathroom addition worth to you (besides a shorter wait for the shower)? As much as 20% of your home's value!
These value-sapping home features are the opposite of "selling points." Does your home (or the one you're thinking of buying) have them?
Never think of a house as an investment. Instead, think of it for what it really is — a time and money hole that can be fun to own.
24 hours? Yup, it's possible. Learn how one Wise Bread Blogger sold her home just a day after listing.
Buying your first home can be incredibly rewarding — and incredibly stressful. Keep your head on straight (and even enjoy the process!) with this guide.
Autumn isn't just for pumpkin-carving. For these five kinds of items, it can be a great time to "rake" in some savings.
There are many great debates in the world: The chicken or the egg? John or Paul? Should you rent or not? This helps answer one of those.
Young investors need strong investment returns that exceed the rate of inflation in order to avoid working in later years. Is real estate a good investment option?
If a good price seems to good to be true...it probably is. Learn how low interest rates drive home prices higher.
Housing prices have dropped all across America in the past couple years, and more people are looking into buying a property instead of renting. If you are an eager house hunte
The first-time home buyer's credit has been hailed as one of the main drivers of the real estate market, but how big of a deal is it really?
This writer gives his reasons for buying a home now instead of waiting for a 20% down payment.
When the going gets tough, the tough accumulate huge piles of cash. Great. But what do you do with it once you've piled it all up. There are lots of options out there, but which on
Just like any financial decision, there are pros and cons to paying cash for a house.
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