Buying a home means paying certain costs at specified times during the process. The earnest money check is one of the first things you'll pay. But if things don't work out, you usually get the money back.
Often, the first step to deciding which home to buy starts with deciding which type of home. Condos, single-family residences, zero-lot-lines -- each has its advantages for different kinds of home buyers.
For home flippers seeking big returns, it seems Pennsylvania is the place to be. According to a new ranking, the average house flip brings in a 162.4 percent return on investment and nets owners more than $105,000 in profits.
How to move and pay less If you’ve not changed addresses before, or if you have but would like to spend less, try these moving tips to save money: Be ruthless: the more stuff you get rid of now, the less you have to move. Charities, letgo, eBay and the old-school garage sale are good […]
Renters in Las Vegas may want to reconsider their living situations. According to new data, the city has the highest year-over-year rent growth in the entire nation, with rent prices rising 5.3 percent since last February.
Rate shopping can save home buyers immensely on their mortgage loans, but apparently it doesn’t stop there. According to a new analysis from LendingTree, rate shopping in certain markets can save even more.