Your down payment isn’t the only thing you need to save for when buying your first home. There are a number of other costs, both immediate and long-term. Find out what you could be missing in this post.
Home sellers have more responsibility than just choosing an asking price and making any necessary repairs as a result of a home inspection. They also need to disclose certain things about the property and area to potential buyers, some of which are legal requirements. Find out what you need to know about disclosure in this post.
Is renting or buying a property the smarter choice? Sometimes it’s a matter of personal circumstances that can make one a better option than the other. Here are some situations where renting is the best choice for you.
Your first personal experience with real estate is usually when you become a university or college student, but dorms and shared rentals aren’t your only options. Find out if there’s a choice better suited to your needs in this post.
Homeowners refinance for all kinds of reasons, but not all of them are beneficial in the long-term. Find out when you should and shouldn’t refinance, how it can affect you, and what you should consider before making a decision in this post.