Not all home improvement projects are a good use of your time and money. Here are the ones that offer the best return on your investment—crucial information if you’re thinking of doing any home renovations this year.
Do you spend big money so that a house will look better for buyers and hope for a better sales price? Or do you skimp on sprucing the place up and live with the sales price you get?
The holiday season can bring a lot of extra décor and excitement. Follow these safety tips to keep your pets happy and healthy.
If you or someone you know is considering retirement and is concerned about cash flow, a reverse mortgage may provide a solution.
Lots of finance gurus advocate paying off your mortgage as soon as you possibly can. But is that always the best advice?
Ready to do some energy upgrades on your home? You’ll save money and maybe even get a cash rebate to help offset the cost.
If you’re ready to cash in on your home’s equity, you’ll want to understand the difference between a HELOC and a home equity loan.
A reverse mortgage taps into the equity you already have in your home to give you cash. Used the right way, it can help you achieve your retirement goals.
Spring has sprung, so you might be ready to do some inexpensive home upgrades. If so, here are 11 things that will make your home look a whole lot better and add value.
We live in an interconnected world, and those news alerts on your phone will affect the housing market—even if they seem completely unrelated. Get ready for 2019 by reviewing six trends that experts think will move the housing market this year.