You want three easy-to-remember, effective ways to get a lower mortgage rate? You got it. Let’s take a look at the nuts and bolts of cost-effective mortgages that don’t break the bank.
“Fore sale by owner” signs usually trigger one of two responses—either that the house is a bargain, or there’s something wrong with it.
Taxes are a headache no matter who you are, but fortunately the IRS comes up with all sorts of incentives and bonuses for American homeowners.
Having a solid savings plan is essential to avoid being blindsided in life, and it’s also the best way to plan ahead for vacations and future purchases.
Also called a lease option, renting-to-own can be a good way to land your dream home—even if you can’t afford to pay for it right now.
The Making Home Affordable Act (MHAA) is really a group of many connected programs, all with the aim of relieving financial hardship caused by home ownership.
You’d be wise to consider renting-to-own (also called a lease-option) as a viable way to take the headache out of stagnant markets, unreliable tenants/landlords, or less-than-stellar credit.
Renting-to-own can be a blessing if you long to own a house, but simply can’t afford one right now. Still, smart buyers like you should approach the process with reasonable expectations and a level head.
Do you need money—fast—for a personal emergency? Before you ask your family for some cash, consider applying for a short-term loan.
Social Security disability refers to two completely different programs, the biggest of which is Social Security Disability Insurance (SSD).
Looking for information on Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program in Florida, low income housing in Florida, or free housing?
Charities—including the Salvation Army—can often supply free gas vouchers to qualifying people in emergency circumstances. Learning how to get gas when you’re in need starts here.