- How To Choose A Contractor
Home improvements and repairs can cost thousands of dollars and are the subject of frequent complaints. When selecting a contractor:
Get recommendations and references. Talk to friends, family and...
- Funds for Handyman-Specials and Fixer-Uppers
The purchase of a house that needs repair is often a catch-22 situation, because the bank won't lend the money to buy the house until the repairs are complete, and the repairs can't be done until the house...
- 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...
- What are the FHA Loan Requirements?
Surprisingly, FHA loans are some of the easiest to qualify for. In order to know how to qualify for an FHA, you need to know the FHA loan requirements.
FHA Loan Requirements
The FHA is a part of HUD (U.S....
- How To Challenge Your Property Assessment
If your home value is dropping but your property taxes are not, you can appeal the assessed value of your home which may help lower your taxes.
Property values are down, so why doesn’t your property tax ...
- Obama Loan Modification Plan Explained
The key components of Obama's foreclosure-avoidance program are loan modification and loan refinancing. The details of this provision has created an extraordinary opportunity for millions of people to either...
- What is a Reverse Mortgage?
Reverse mortgages are a way for seniors to get cash from their homes without having to sell them and move, or borrow against them and make monthly loan repayments. They are a great way for homeowners who are...
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