How do you know what happens to your documents when you put a piece of paper in the trash? It can be difficult to know who is seeing it and what they are doing with it. It isn’t very common to burn trash anymore; therefore you can be sure that your paper garbage or recycling is likely to pass through several hands on its way to a landfill or recycling center.
If you lost your home due to foreclosure, you probably haven’t given up on the dream of owning a new home. The good news is that a number of guidelines have changed which may allow you an opportunity to buy that new home sooner than you think.
Buying an old home is like buying a piece of local history. Here is how to do it properly.
When you commission a home inspection, you should be present for it. Here are 3 reasons why.
Home sales in golf communities are strong like in the rest of the country.
Experienced home sellers know that reaching a sales agreement with a potential buyer can be just the start of the negotiation process.
There are three main ways to buy a foreclosed home.
The short sale process starts with a letter of hardship.
Whether you’re buying a home, or own one already, revisit your hazard insurance regularly.
Which suits you best? The 15-year fixed rate mortgage or the 30-year one? These tips may help you decide.