A few cheap, easy fixes will snaz up your home's curb appeal without making an ugly mess of your bank account.
If only you knew! Real estate agents everywhere want you clued in to these basic home-buying and selling facts.
When you're looking for your new dream home, should you ever shift your gaze to a high-foreclosure neighborhood? Here's what you need to think about.
When you're house hunting you already look for good schools and low crime. Maybe you should add a Starbucks and Trader Joe's to your list, too.
You may have to live in a van down by the river, but if you have equity, you can erase a lot of consumer debt by selling your home.
Kitschy cabinets, disco fever carpeting...never fear! These house-hunting turn-offs are actually easy fixes.
When life is an endless vista of potential, where should you put down roots? Where other similarly situated people flock, of course!
Grab your paintbrush! A few simple (and frugal!) improvements can add much-needed curb appeal — and dollars — to your home's selling price.
New homeowners can get a leg up on their tax bill, so long as they remember to claim these huge deductions.
Ready to make a house a home? Get a leg up on a mortgage application by knowing what lenders are looking for.
If your house for sale is floating in market limbo, it might be time to examine these potential reasons why it's not selling.
So long, Stinktown! If your current zipcode just isn't doing it for you, pull up stakes and start over fresh in one of these five forward looking 'burgs.
A foreclosure stings, but you can rebuild. Here's what it will do to your credit, and the steps to take to get it back.
Swimming pools and lavish gardens may sound great, but before you drop big bucks on a home renovation, know what it can do to resale value.
Vintage charm and classic appeal may be great selling points, but before you shell out for an old house, be sure you know what you're buying.
If you want to be a landlord, you'd better brush up on some important money lessons first.
Refinancing to a lower mortgage may sound like a no-brainer, but if you're close to retirement, consider these complications.
Binge watching "House Hunters" may leave you with big ideas, but please — don't listen to these stupid home-buying comments.
You have equity in your home, and you need to borrow money. Should you turn to a HELOC or a home equity loan?
You could be having a whole lot of fun if you paid less rent. Maybe it's time to move?
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