If home sweet home is sapping your savings, you're likely paying too much for your mortgage.
Today we found articles on effective ways to pay off your mortgage fast, simple ways to fend off colds and flus, and over 100 ways to save money on your wedding.
A promotion isn't an invitation to launch a spending spree. Make these smart, responsible money moves instead.
It's always smart to do the sensible thing, right? Usually — until being sensible starts costing you real money.
Shave dollars off your most expensive bills with one simple move — pick up the phone!
A mortgage refinance can save you tons, right? Not always.
Late payments happen. But for these major bills, you need to get them paid on time — or face the consequences.
Paying your mortgage every couple of weeks instead of monthly can shave thousands in interest costs, but going bi-weekly is not a simple as it seems.
Before you send in your mortgage application, there are 8 things you must fix to have the best chance at getting approved.
By your 40s, personal finance shouldn't be a mystery. If you're still making these six money mistakes, it's time to enforce some changes.
Reduce your tax burden by brushing up on some easy ways to reduce your taxes. It's simpler than you think.
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.
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