The idea of embarking on home renovations may strike many homeowners as an expensive one, but there are plenty of ways that you can easily upgrade your home without spending a lot of money. If you're looking for improvements that will truly (and frugally) improve the value of your home, here are a few do-it-yourself options you may want to consider.
Last week's economic news included releases on new and pre-owned home sales and weekly readings on average mortgage rates and new unemployment claims.
The most popular time of year to buy a home is in the spring, and this means that if you're preparing yourself for getting into the real estate market, you may be experiencing a time crunch. If you're wondering if you'll be ready to put your home up for sale in time to take advantage of the season, here are few things you'll want to think about.
When it comes to investing in a mortgage, the down payment is key in making your investment a reality and proving to lenders that you're a safe bet. However, while most opportunities for putting zero down on a home have disappeared since the recession, there are still a few ways to buy without putting money down. If you're currently weighing your options, here's what you need to know if you don't have a down payment ready.
Buying a home is one of the biggest financial investments you'll make in your life, and it's important to make sure that you're doing what will be right for you down the road. If you're trying to avoid buyer's remorse and are wondering what major missteps to avoid when diving into the market, here are a few things you may want to watch out for.
Last week's economic readings included reports on inflation and core inflation, the National Association of Home Builders Association Housing Market Index and Federal Reserve FOMC statement and press conference by Fed Chair Janet Yellen. The Commerce Department released reports on housing starts and building permits issued.
The spring season may be a time of cherry blossoms and longer days, but it's also common for allergies to ramp up. While you won't be able to stop the season, there are things you can do to limit the impact of allergies in your home. If you're wondering what has the greatest impact on your sinus health in the home, here are a few places you'll want to check out.