Sales Tips That Will Increase the Value of Your Property
Statistically the summer months are prime time to sell real estate.
Brace Yourself for Flood of Foreclosures When Boom-Era HELOCs Turn 10
Many underwater homeowners might simply walk away from their homes, letting lenders deal with the problem, but at least another housing bust looks unlikely.
5 Sales Tips to Heat Things Up as You Sell Your Home This Summer
The 2015 summer home selling season could be a blockbuster. Don't hesitate to take full advantage.
New Reverse Mortgage Policy Leaves Widows and Widowers Homeless
HUD was ordered by a federal judge to revise its reverse mortgage policies only after AARP sued along with the Mehri & Skalet law firm.
What to Do Now That Spring Housing Market Is Suddenly 'Smoking Hot'
For homebuyers and sellers, a burgeoning housing market means it's time to cut a deal.
The Anatomy of a Mortgage – Determining Which Fees You Need to Pay
All mortgages are not created equal, so reading the fine print before you agree to a long-term commitment is crucial.
Tips for Finding Out if You're Financially Ready to Buy a House
With 50 percent of Millennials living from paycheck to paycheck, owning a home is a daunting financial commitment.
Are You Ready to Own Your First Home? 6 Questions to Ask Yourself Now
Becoming a homeowner is a huge financial commitment. Here’s how to know whether you’re prepared to leave renting behind.
Some of Those Low-Interest Home Equity Loans Are About to Double or Triple
Conversion from interest-only payments to principal and interest could pose problems for borrowers, particularly when household budgets remain tight and income gains have been hard to come by.
You’ll Never Guess Who’s Paying the Lowest Property Taxes in U.S.
Your income can go a lot further in places many homebuyers overlook.