- How Much Mortgage Can I Afford?
A home, whether suburban house, urban condo, or rural ranch, is the largest purchase most Americans will ever make. Now that the country is starting to recover from the booming and busting of the housing...
- Tips On Buying a Home
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides information on a full range of housing topics including renting, buying, selling, and home improvements at http://www.hud.gov/. Links to...
- Do You Need an Attorney if You Are Buying or Selling a Home?
Paying an attorney for a couple of visits before all of the paperwork is signed may be worth the expense.
Before You Sign, Call an Attorney
Buying or selling a home has become a streamlined process where...
- Why Is My Basement Damp?
Why Is My Basement Damp?
The source of your problem could be a water leak or high humidity. Both can lead to mold, mildew, or other biological growth. Depending on the severity, conditions can lead...
- How Landlords Can Use Credit Scoring to Make Rental Decisions
Many landlords don't realize that they can quickly and easily review the Credit History of prospective renters by ordering credit reports (and criminal background checks) online. When a property manager...
- Is Your Real Estate Agent Working for You?
You might be surprised to learn that a real estate agent can play one of several roles. You might be even more surprised to learn that the real estate agent that you think is working for your best interests...
- Eco-Friendly Home Flooring Options
More and more homeowners and buyers are looking for homes that have eco-friendly features. Flooring for your home now comes in many options that are both beautiful and environmentally responsible.
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