Starter homes used to be the norm. But in today's housing market, you might not need those homeowner training wheels.
One of the best things about renting is that most problems aren't yours — they're the landlord's. But not these.
Today we found articles on steps to take if you want to make money flipping houses, expert tips for mobile banking security, and how to create a stunning summer style.
An open house is the perfect time to get the deets on your potential dream home. It's not the time to get chatty with the seller's agent.
Before you get too starry-eyed, there are some major money moves you and your SO need to make before moving in together.
If your dream home is your spouse's worst nightmare, you'll need to find some middle ground before you're move-in ready.
When home gets a little cramped, bigger digs may be in order. Here's what you should consider before upsizing.
The first step toward easing your homebuying jitters is to stop faking yourself out with these falsehoods.
Everyone you know says you should buy instead of rent. Here's how to tell those house-shamers to pound sand.
Renting your first apartment can be like navigating a minefield. Know the warning signs to make sure you don't sign a lease to a pit of despair.
If your retirement dream home is tiny — or on wheels — you may want to make these considerations before taking the plunge.
Could your home use a little TLC? These modern makeovers will add serious resale bang to your buck.
When was the last time you gave your mortgage lender a ring? If it's been a few years, you could be throwing money out the window.
The housing market is currently red-hot, but that doesn't mean you can't strike a deal. Keep your eyes peeled for signs a seller really wants to sell.
When searching for the perfect new home, make sure the location is perfect, too.
A mortgage is one of the biggest financial moves you'll ever make. It pays to be picky with your lender.
Several big banks have been accused of unfairly lending to minority borrowers. Here's how to see if your lender is playing fair.
Today we found articles on places that will pay you to move there, expensive things that are not worth the extra cost, and things that a neuroscientist says will make you happier.
You may be ready to move in to your new place, but closing can take its sweet time. Here's what you can expect.
Condo living is a common way to downsize. But for homeowners making the leap, it comes with a few surprises you may not expect.
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