Having a roommate isn’t just for college students. Nowadays, more and more older adults are choosing to move in together as rental rates rise across the U.S.
Archive for November, 2014
Existing home sales rose by 2.4 percent in September, according to data from the National Association of Realtors. Get the details in our latest blog post.
From dressing up your doors and windows to adding some flowers and greenery, here are a few fairly simple ways to boost your home’s curb appeal on a budget.
You can sometimes find a great bargain with a real estate short sale. But this special type of home transaction comes with its own unique set of pros and cons. Get the details of buying a short sale in our latest blog post.
Read about the Depart. of Treasury’s Oct. 2014 scorecard of home mortgage rates, mortgage programs like first time home buyer programs, and more.
First time home buyers: Learn the difference between market equity and cash equity in terms of home mortgages.
More Americans are gaining equity as the housing market improves; however, many homeowners are still battling negative equity, leaving them underwater in their mortgages.
Tight real estate inventory continues to be one of the remaining challenges in the housing market recovery, as homes in the lower price ranges across the U.S. are becoming fewer and further between, according to data from the NAR.
Student loan debt is a burden for millions of Americans. If you’re struggling to pay off these bills, you’re not alone. In our latest blog post, we’ll offer some tips for getting student loan debt under control.
Where in America do people really care about others? According to Movoto, Durham, NC; Santa Ana, CA and Austin, TX are a few of America’s Most Caring Cities. See which other places made the list!