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Refinancing your mortgage can save tons of money. But refinancing isn’t for everyone.
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Millions are quitting their jobs or are willing to take a pay cut to work from home.
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It pays to know your tenant rights when eviction comes rapping at the door.
Getting a reverse mortgage isn’t right for everyone. Here’s what you need to know.
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The moratoriums on foreclosures and evictions have been extended again, but they will eventually run out. Twelve housing experts offer their advice for homeowners and renters who may be behind on how to get organized before the band end.
Use these tips to overcome debt and achieve homeownership.
It’s a crucial part of closing on your home.
As if renting wasn’t expensive enough, the pandemic made life even harder.
Even if things look bad, you may still be able to take steps to save your home from foreclosure.
You and your landlord each have rights in the eviction process. Make sure you know yours.
These five solutions can get you in a home when a 20% down payment is too much.
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These 10 tips can save you tens of thousands of dollars over time.
That distant dream of owning a home may be closer than you think.
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Florida is home to the highest rent prices in the U.S.
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Members of Generation X pay for their adult kids and aging parents more than saving for retirement.
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Debt, lack of cash flow, and unemployment lead residents to default on their mortgages.
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Thinking through the process will save you in the long run.