With retirement withdrawals running the gamut from 7% to 1.8%, you could find yourself living large or living on little. Here’s how to be flexible and frugal with your retirement funds.
Even with historically low interest rates, homebuyers can save big by paying points on their mortgages at the outset.
If you have cash on hand, sometimes the best investment is in paying off your mortgage early, but be sure your financial situation makes it right when considering current economic realities.
A low appraisal can mean trouble for homebuyers. Here’s what you can do to work around an appraisal that comes in below expectations.
Turning your back on your home loan may seem like a simple solution to a major debt problem, even if you’re willing to take a credit score hit. But that’s not the only hit you could possibly take.
Refinancing agreements don't have to add years to your mortgage debt if you choose a loan with an unconventional term.
While home prices continue to fall, new calculations that don’t include distressed properties show why property investors should avoid neighborhoods prone to foreclosures and short sales.
Investors looking for the safety of cash and the reliability of bond funds have a tough calculation to make to find out which investment pays off in a time of super-low interest rates.
Most borrowers know that imperfect credit can kill their chances of getting an affordable mortgage, but a good car loan may still be within reach for a few key reasons.
The Fed plans to keep interest rates low for two years, and there are several ways you can make money off of it.