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.
10 Things to Consider Before Buying Your First Home
How the First-time Homebuyer Tax Credit Worked
Are you financially ready to buy a house?
5 Things You Should Do Before You Move Abroad
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
How Do You Evict Your Freeloading Friend?
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Real estate agents tend to promote and encourage homes with southern exposure to the sun's rays. Why is this so important for a home?
Investing in income-generating real estate can be a great way to increase your net worth. But for many people, investing in real estate, particularly commercial real estate, is simply out of reach financially. Enter real estate investment trusts, or REITs
Homeowners insurance can help if your home suffers any sort of damage. Find out how homeowners insurance works and how to save money on premiums.
You know that you've stepped up and claimed your piece of the American dream when you finally get the keys to your first home. But how do you get there?
The purchase of a home is the embodiment of the American dream, but the road to home ownership has evolved over the years. Did you know that mortgages didn't even exist until the 1930s? Here, we'll explore what finances the biggest purchase most people will ever make.
Home equity loans can provide you with valuable financial flexibility, so long as the market is stable. Learn about the types of home equity loans and how to get the best rates.
When I look at the real estate section of a newspaper, I see houses, mobile homes, condominiums, co-ops and townhouses. Why do people use all these different words, and is there really a difference in these types of housing?