Buying a Home
Buying a home can be a daunting task, no matter how many times you've done it before. Find tips and tricks to finding the perfect house in these articles.
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Navigating Your First Home Inspection
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5 Tips for Preparing for Professional Movers
Do You Have to Tell Buyers Your House Is Haunted?
10 Things to Know About a Home Appraisal
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If you own a home, you most likely have homeowners insurance, but how sure are you about what is and isn't covered under your policy?
The home-sharing marketplace is booming but you could be exposed to liability without the proper insurance.
By Sarah Gleim
Millennials are buying homes in record numbers — for their dogs.
By Sarah Gleim
Space isn't so far away, and falling junk can cause personal and property damage. What to do? The risk and remedies aren’t completely clear.
The housing crisis in the U.S. continues to rage on, with recent reports indicating that a new wave of foreclosures is expected to hit in 2012. What options do communities have in the face of this situation?
You've submitted several claims to your insurance company this year. Is there a chance they'll cancel your homeowner's policy? Possibly.
Keep meaning to create a home inventory for insurance? Don't wait until it's too late.
After viewing a dozen or more homes while shopping around for the perfect house, it’s hard to remember the details about each property. Learn about tips for viewing a house from this article.
You can get additional homeowners insurance coverage if you need a higher liability than what is offered in the standard policy or for specific items of value. Learn more about additional homeowners insurance coverage from this article.
Ever wonder where the rich and famous live in the United States? Wonder no more. While there are hundreds of possibilities, we'll narrow it down to the top 10, including the longtime bearers of wealth and the up-and-comers of the country's elite.
How are you supposed to know when buying a home is right for you? That's hard to answer. But one thing is for sure: It's never too early to know what financial factors you need to consider when the time does arrive.
Nearly two in five existing homes suffer from some type of major defect. Will your home inspector catch those problems?
By Bambi Turner