With rents high and home prices at bottom-scraping lows, investing in a rental property seems smart, but has some pitfalls.
Using some new calculators, you may be able to take control of your underwater home and get it started in the right direction.
Good news for the U.S. economy may make your long-term bonds harder to dump.
Many car owners are choosing to refinance to benefit from today’s unexpectedly low auto loan rates, but there are a number of issues to consider before you sign the dotted line.
Some experts warn that home prices could continue to decline for several years, but some buyers want to seize bargains now. Here are some tips to keep in mind as you look for a new home.
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.