It can be awfully tough to turn a vacation home into a money-maker, but it can be done.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau plans "common-sense changes" to get credit access for spouses or partners who do not work outside the home.
Car loan periods are longer than they've ever been, and for good reason.
Weather has more influence than you think when it comes to life's big spending decisions.
Creating a rainy-day fund requires knowing how long you need it to last.
Having trouble selling your home? Maybe you should cast a wider net and go after foreign buyers.
These days a 15-year mortgage is quite appealing, offering substantial savings through rock-bottom rates.
If you're ready to make aggressive effort to get above water, making extra principal payments is an option.
Many properties come with hidden fees, such as those for golf courses that can easily equal monthly mortgage costs.
The Trayvon Martin tragedy presents some thorny legal question for the structure of a homeowners association.