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Buying a home

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Avoid the Money Pit

Beware of this risk when making extra principal payments on your mortgage

By |March 31st, 2018|Categories: Buying a home, Consumer protection, Home equity, Home financing, Owning a home|Tags: |

Beware of this risk when making extra principal payments [...]

How to reduce home maintenance costs

By |February 28th, 2018|Categories: Buying a home, Home, Homeowner tips, Owning a home|

Do you want to learn a simple and highly effective way to reduce your maintenance costs for your home? It can be frustrating to feel like you are bleeding money over unexpected repairs, household maintenance and upkeep. This article gives you a three step process to bring your major costs down 10-20%.

How to shave 20% off your bill with energy conservation

By |November 1st, 2017|Categories: Buying a home, Home, Home maintenance, Homeowner tips, Owning a home|Tags: |

Energy costs. They can fluctuate causing you a big surprise, especially in the winter and summer months. Learn how to cut 20% off your energy costs. 

Three reasons why knowing how much money is in your home is important to your financial health

By |July 31st, 2017|Categories: Buying a home, Home, Home equity, Home financing, Owning a home, Selling a home|Tags: , |

Learn why knowing exactly how much money you have in your home can protect you, even if you don't plan to sell any time soon. 

What is mortgage interest deduction?

By |July 18th, 2017|Categories: Buying a home, Home, Home finances, Owning a home, Taxes|Tags: , |

Home buyers and home owners often think they will benefit from mortgage interest deduction, but many times they don't. How can you tell if you will or won't?

Five simple and cheap fixes that add value to your home

By |June 1st, 2017|Categories: Buying a home, Home, Home improvement, Homeowner tips, Owning a home|Tags: |

Do you have a big renovation you are itching to do but not the time or budget? Here's five simple home improvement projects that are easy and won't break your budget. 

How to lower your property tax

By |April 29th, 2017|Categories: Buying a home, Home, Home financing, Homeowner tips, Owning a home|Tags: , , |

Home values are up across the country and many of us are feeling the pinch on increases in property tax. Here, we address why property taxes go up, how they are assessed, what you can do to lower your property tax and how to appeal an property tax assessment. 

Best tools and gadgets for homeowners

By |April 22nd, 2017|Categories: Buying a home, Home, Home improvement, Homeowner tips, Owning a home|Tags: |

What are some of the best tools and gadgets that female homeowners simply rave about? Hear about them in their own words - what are they? What makes them indispensable? Why do they love them? Learn about new household tools that can improve your life, solve a big problem or simply inspire awe. 

What is an adjustable rate mortgage?

By |April 14th, 2017|Categories: Buying a home, Home, Home finances, Owning a home|Tags: , |

Find out exactly how adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs) work, how and when they adjust, and whether they are they good or bad? Whether you wondering if you should get an adjustable rate mortgage or if you want to understand your own adjustable rate mortgage, we break it down for you.