Articles about Home Ownership
Discover basic requirements for a home equity line of credit to be an option and learn how to qualify for a HELOC with your local lender.
Making a few small improvements now could help you save money all winter.
APR, closing costs, escrow, brokers - the list goes on. Home rental and ownership words can be confusing...we've got a guide to help.
It seems like there's a lot of sources for mortgages out there - but really, there's just a few...
Have some fixer upper projects to do, but need a little boost? Find out how a HELOC can help.
Mortgage terms can be confusing, but they have a BIG impact on how much you'll end up paying for your house. It's worth taking a few minutes to make sure you understand some key differences.
Downsizing your home size doesn't need to feel like downgrading. Ideas to help you think smaller when it comes to your house.
When you apply for a home loan, you're responsible for paying for more than just a monthly mortgage payment. Find out what else is included.
Just like your remodel project, financing the work can be done in a variety of ways. Find out what might be best for your remodel.
Buying a lot of land to build a house on involves more than just looking for a good view or finding the right school district. Find out what else you need to know.
Refinancing your mortgage is a big financial decision. Be sure to think it through before you sign the paperwork.
3%? 10%? 20%? Do you know how much you should put down on a house?
Buying a home doesn't have to feel like an overwhelming process. We've broken it down into 9 steps.
The first step to building your own home is deciding where to build it. A few things to consider before breaking ground...
Avoid these decisions after you've been approved for a mortgage, but before closing.
If you're thinking about buying a lot or building a custom home, here are a few key things to be aware of.
House shopping can be fun, scary, interesting, exciting, and overwhelming. It can easily turn into an emotional roller coaster. But there are a few things to watch for when you house shop that can help...
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