Got a room to spare? Put it on Airbnb! Use these listing tips to rake in the rentals.
Who says the Internet gig economy is only for Millennials? Use it to help you boost your retirement income, too!
Rent versus buy is an age-old housing conundrum. Make the decision easy with some math that's easy to figure.
Your dreams of big city life probably won't come cheap. Better crunch the numbers before you make the big move from Smallsville to Metropolis!
Keep clutter out of your house — and out of a landfill — with one or more of these smart ways to keep your place tidy.
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.
The divisive '16 election has folks eyeing our neighbor to the north. Seriously. But what would it cost to "flee" to Canada?
A fishstick budget sure puts a damper on having caviar taste. Get a taste of the high life regardless with some clever workarounds.
Renting a home is more than just finding the right place. Make sure you know everything up front by asking these important questions first.
Pad your pockets with an extra grand this summer, all with the help of an easy side gig.
No one ever thinks they'll need to break their lease — but things happen. Avoid legal — and financial — pitfalls by handling it smartly.
Hotels aren't the only go-to crash pad for vacations anymore. Does it still make sense to stay in one?
With home prices appreciating nicely these days, you may be tempted to invest in residential real estate. Here's what you need to know.
It's hard enough finding a place to rent in a tough market without having to answer a bunch of probing questions. Happily, you don't have to.
Is rent control your secret weapon to a coveted, affordable apartment in the country’s most expensive cities? The rules are tricky, but maybe!
A security deposit is a big chunk of change. These cheap and easy clean-up tips will help you re-pocket that cash.
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.
We're generally in favor of buying versus leasing. If you decide to lease, make sure you understand what you're paying for.
Your Baby Boomer parents could afford to buy their homes. Why can't you?
Yes, renters, you totally need to insure your stuff — and yourself — from mishaps big and small. Don't economize here!
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