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Best Money Tips: Steps to Make Sure You Buy the Right House

Today we found some amazing articles on buying the right house, maximizing your dollar at Subway, and creating work/life balance when your kids return to school.

Best Money Tips: Have a Clean Place Without Cleaning

Today we found some great articles on having a clean place wtihout cleaning, giving memorable gifts without going into debt, and spending your tax refund wisely.

Best Money Tips: Mistakes to Avoid When Selling Your Home

Today we found some great articles on mistakes to avoid when selling your home, changing your life for the better, and revitalizing your finances.

Best Money Tips: Ways to Save Money for a House

Today we found some fantastic articles on ways to save money for a house, steps to take before a job interview, and how to protect your stuff.

Best Money Tips: Steps to Buying a House

Today we found some awesome articles on steps to buying a house, reasons you need a spending plan, and Black Friday myths exposed.

Best Money Tips: Items Every Home Needs

Today we found some stellar articles on handy items every home needs, how not to handle sudden wealth, and how to reduce student debt.

Best Money Tips: Inexpensive Ways to Boost House Value

Today we found some great articles on inexpensive ways to boost house value, counterfeit vs. real goods, and tax tips for the unemployed.

Best Money Tips: Hidden Costs of Buying a House

Today we found some awesome articles on the hidden costs of buying a house, vacations to take when your budget is low, and alternatives to traditional gift-wrapping.

What Does Frugal Living Mean to You?

Depending on your point of reference, a million dollar purchase can be considered frugal. What is frugality to you?

Best Tips for First Time Home Buyers: Learn to Trust

I started out the home buying process by scouring the internet for information and hitting up the local library. I read 8 or 9 books and countless blogs and websites and still cou

Think you can afford more house in the exurbs? Think again.

Many people who live in the far-out suburbs move there because they can buy more house for the money than they can in town. As an example from where I live, a house in Champaign-U

How Big of a House Do You Really Need?

For my entire life, I have never lived in a place bigger than 1400 square feet. The smallest dwelling I had was a studio less than 400 square feet which I shared with my parents.

Are You Ready for Home Ownership?

My husband and I just moved to the Great Northwest, and we batted around the idea of purchasing our first home. We are both college graduates, have great jobs, and we’re ready to live the American Dream! [more]