Frustrated with power outages caused by storms or spikes in usage, more than four in one Americans are willing to an extra $10 per month to ensure the grid is
Homeowners spend more than twice as much than renters on furniture.
By now most homeowners know that the refinance ship has sailed. Or has it?
Just before the Labor Day weekend, the Department of Education (ED) revealed features of it contracts with Federal student loan servicers that are designed to expand the role of the customer.
The rise in home prices is slowing while inventory grows.
New Jersey Community Capital, with its community-minded investors, has been able to assist those with distressed mortgages. But could it make another housing bust land more gently?
Just as it looks like the housing market is gaining strength, a new boogeyman may be emerging: the 'lock-in effect.'
A new survey sheds light on how single consumers view homeownership.
Renting is becoming unaffordable in many metropolitan cities, a new report reveals.
Move over Mickey Mouse, Disney World is no longer the happiest place in America. That title has been stolen by this state.