Looking for a new apartment can be about as much fun as getting a root canal. However, a wealth of free or cheap tools are at hand to make it easier.
Housing is probably your biggest expense — but it's probably not this big.
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The divisive '16 election has folks eyeing our neighbor to the north. Seriously. But what would it cost to "flee" to Canada?
No mortgage? No problem. You can still purchase the home of your dreams.
Find the perfect new home right from the comfort of your couch. Isn't technology wonderful?
When readying a home for sale, it can be tempting to go wild with a new deck or room addition. Before you start, do the math.
Get the scoop on what modern homebuyers want. The days of granite countertops and living room walls are long gone.
With slimmer pickings in the housing market, bidding wars abound. Don't let your dream home get swept out from under you with these negotiation tricks.
Thinking of refinancing your mortgage? Hang on — usually a refinance is the right choice, but not always.
If Social Security is your primary post-retirement income, it may be time to move. Maybe to one of these five low-cost U.S. cities.
From strange smells to wacky wiring, you shouldn't ignore these house-hunting red flags. Read on for 10 more.
The leaves are changing, and you still don't have your dream home. Hey, no worries! Fall is a great time to house hunt.
Renting a home is more than just finding the right place. Make sure you know everything up front by asking these important questions first.
Those drafty windows and ancient appliances are costing you, big time. This is one audit you'll be happy to endure.
It's no secret your credit score is important. But when it comes to getting a home loan, it's not the only determining factor.
Living in an HOA has its pros and cons. Here's what to consider before you move in.
You don't have to live in a van by the river to cut your housing costs dramatically — instead, consider some nontraditional abodes, like these.
Today we found articles on states where homes are so cheap you barely need to work, money-saving home maintenance, and caring for your mental health at work.
Media may paint Millennials as anti-homeowners, but the numbers say otherwise. Millennials are snapping up homes for good reason. Here's why.
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