As exciting as selling a home should be, there’s no denying that it can be a stressful endeavor for those interested in making their home an attractive option for buyers.
Last weekâs economic news included a number of housing related reports. According to the National Association of REALTORS, pending home sales dropped by 1.10 percent in June. The S P Case-Shiller Home Price Index reports for May noted that home prices are growing at a slower rate of 9.30 percent year-over-year than April’s year-over-year growth rate of 10.80 percent.
Homeowners who want their houses to sell need to do some homework before putting up that For Sale sign. Here are several tips to help your house sell sooner rather than later.
When you are looking for a new property, you might find yourself booked in to look at 5-6 properties in one day. In these situations, it can be difficult to remember all of the features that each property had.
Most people don’t know whether or not a single missed mortgage payment can have serious consequences for their credit score.
Credit scores control so much of what we do in the world of finances, but what does your credit score really have to do with your mortgage? Here are three ways that your credit score could impact your mortgage application.
Last week’s economic news brought several housing-related reports, which indicated varying results in terms of gauging the economic recovery.
If you are nearing retirement, a reverse mortgage might be right for you. This type of mortgage essentially allows you to turn your home equity into cash. If you find yourself with little money, a reverse mortgage could be the perfect solution, and here’s why.
If you are an entrepreneur or a small business owner, you probably know that there are a lot of advantages to this lifestyle â the freedom, the exciting challenges, the opportunities and the ability to make a living doing what you love.