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.
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Bad or low credit makes everything hard — even renting an apartment. Here's how you can still find a place when your credit is weak.
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Before you set out to find your next great rental apartment or home, take a good look at your income. What can you afford?
Before you send in your mortgage application, there are 8 things you must fix to have the best chance at getting approved.
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A big move can mean a big expense, but it doesn't have to. Use these hacks to save some cash on your next move.
Multiple generations living under one roof is becoming more common. Keep the family peace by planning for some of the potential pitfalls.
Welcome to the neighborhood! Here's how to plant your roots in the new town you call home.
A 20% down payment isn't pocket change. If you can't afford 20% down on your mortgage loan, you still have other loan options.
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.
Summer is moving season for lots of us. Make sure you land in the right place by avoiding some common rental miscues.
Buying a house? Before you rush in, review this list for first-time buyers.
Tiny houses leave small footprints, but they are big trouble when it comes to finding financing. Here's where to look.
Lenders can't use your age as a factor when deciding to give you a loan, but that doesn't mean age doesn't matter. Here's why.
Whether across the town or across the country, moving has tons of expenses. Don't get blindsided by these surprise costs.
Know the difference between the things that matter and those that don't, when looking at an open house.
Limited income, limited life — right? Wrong. Learn how the Luh family is thriving without a huge paycheck — and you can too.
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