If you’re an active service member in the armed forces, you have a tough job and move around a lot. That’s why the Department of Veterans Affairs 70 years ago launched a home loan program to help you when it’s time to relocate.
That’s... (Read More)
Moving into a new home? If you have children, it's a great time to make sure your home is safe for the smallest members of your household. Every 30 minutes a child in the United States is injured as a result of a TV or furniture tip-over incident... (Read More)
Did you know that FSBOs —homes that are For Sale by Owner — account for only about 8 percent of home sales? Or that many properties that start out as FSBOs end up being listed with and sold by a Realtor? Here's why so many people sell their... (Read More)
Should you continue to rent or is it time to buy? Generally, the more time you plan to live in a home, the more sense it makes to buy. If you have just moved to a community, renting — at least initially — may be a better option as you get to... (Read More)
Thinking about selling your home this spring or summer? Start thinking about cleaning and organizing. Studies show that giving your home a thorough cleaning, de-cluttering and tidying up your yard before listing your home for sale is a smart move... (Read More)
It's likely you've moved before. If so, you must have some pretty fresh memories regarding what worked and what didn't about your move. Whether they be thrills or frustrations, moving emotions are a roller coaster.
The fact is, you are packing up... (Read More)
If you're like most Americans, you have amassed quite the collection of financial documents, including receipts, invoices, pay stubs, bank statements, utility bills and old tax returns. Most can be tossed after a certain period of time. But there... (Read More)
When it comes to buying a home, there are two very important people who can help guide you through the process. The first is your lender. Your loan officer can help you determine how much home you can afford and help you review your loan... (Read More)
Visiting open houses in your dream neighborhood is a fun way to spend your weekends, but it won’t get you closer to your goal of buying property. When you’re serious about purchasing your first home, you need to know how much money you’ll have... (Read More)