Selling a home
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Before you sell your home, get this comprehensive roadmap to financial success: Avoid the Money Pit – Turn Your Home into a Financial Powerhouse
What if, rather than feeling uncertain about your homeownership decisions, you were able to realize extraordinary savings and financial opportunity?
Discover the step-by-step system that shows you how to radically change your financial situation as it relates to your home…starting today.
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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.
Are you thinking about what home improvement upgrades you want to make? The data shows that you'd be wise to throw some energy efficiency upgrades into the mix. Find out what energy efficiency upgrades add the most value and save you the most money on energy costs.
For a lot of homeowners, remodeling a bathroom is high on the wish list of home improvements. Many homeowners report a lot of personal satisfaction from this project, and, a bathroom remodel has a return on investment between 58% to 65%. Remodeling a bathroom is something that you can do step by step. Let's look at four different levels of cost and effort.
Many couples dream of buying property together. For any number of reasons, only one of you may end up on the mortgage, or on title, for that matter. If that’s the case for you, what do you need to know? Read about the benefits and the risk if one spouse is on the mortgage and/or title and the other is not.
Do you wonder what your return on investment would be with different home improvement projects that you have planned? In this feature, we dive into the data and show you how much value different projects will add to your home's value. See comparisons of the pay off of different renovations.