Buying a new home? Finding the right lender could save you big.
If tough finances have made you miss some mortgage payments, it's time to get proactive with your lender — and your budget.
Know the difference between the things that matter and those that don't, when looking at an open house.
Knowing exactly when to lock in a mortgage rate can make a big difference on the cost of your home.
If your mortgage application was declined, there's still hope! Take these five simple steps to get back on track.
Depending on why a mortgage is denied, disappointed homebuyers often still have a shot at homeownership. Find out how to go from no to yes.
House hunting is easier, faster and more fun thanks to these new tools. Are you taking full advantage of them?
Get inspired to eliminate your debt with the story of one couple who stopped borrowing, retired $147,000 in debt, and started living life on their own terms.
Ever since the real estate crash, mortgage lenders have tightened requirements. That means to get a loan, you have to be well prepared.
The longer you stay in the debt, the more it's going to cost you.
Stocks, bonds, insurance, retirement — where should you focus your limited personal finance resources? Use the 80/20 to find the solution.
Mortgage closing costs can add up to thousands of dollars. Discover how you can easily and drastically reduce these costs.
Today we found some fantastic articles on mortgage mistakes a home buyer can make, what self or uninsured people will pay in 2014, and following up after a job interview.
The housing crash and recession have left many of us feeling house poor. The first step in getting out is understanding how deep we're in.
Interest rates have ticked up recently, which means homeowners who've been on the fence about refinancing may want to act soon. Here's what to to expect.
If you'd like to make some home improvements now and recoup those costs when you sell, these are the 10 renovations that earn the best return.
You might think that once you've bought one house, you're a pro. But being a second-time homebuyer can come with some unexpected surprises.
Getting a 15-year mortgage might seem like a no-brainer — it means you'll spend less overall — but there are good reasons to consider a 30-year as well.
Even with stricter post-crash lending standards, FHA home loans remain a great option for home buyers who don't have perfect credit or large down payments.
Buying your first home can be incredibly rewarding — and incredibly stressful. Keep your head on straight (and even enjoy the process!) with this guide.
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