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.
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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?
Whether it's your dream to own a home, or you already own your dream home, catch up on what's coming for the market this year.
If high housing costs seem scary in your dream city, consider this — the lifestyle change may be worth the move!
A reverse mortgage may sound like a good plan in retirement, but beware — these loans are not without their drawbacks.
It's not easy making the rent, and for many, roommates are unavoidable. Let's try to make this arrangement as painless as possible, shall we?
The latest trend in real estate is living large in a really small space. Seems like that should be a money-saver, right?
Before you seal the deal on a new house, ask yourself: Are you prepared for the investment? Run through these questions first.
With an FHA loan you don't need great credit — nor a lot of cash — to get into a home. What's the catch?
You don't have to make it there to make it somewhere. Enjoy big city living without the big city cost in these five medium-sized metropolises.
Your Baby Boomer parents could afford to buy their homes. Why can't you?
There's nothing frugal about these lavish locations. The world's wealthiest love to call these five mega-rich cities home.
They say location is key when you're buying a home — but what about when investing in a rental property? Don't get stuck in the red!
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