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Special Skills to Pay the Bills: The Pros and Cons of Using a Mortgage Broker
Mortgage brokers do one thing: mortgages. Their singular focus can be an advantage for homebuyers, but a mortgage broker isn’t right for everyone.
All About Homeowner Liability Insurance (And Whether You Need More)
What is homeowner liability insurance? It’s insurance that helps protect you against lawsuits brought on by injury, property damage, and more.
How to Find (And Qualify For) a Build Your Own House Program
How much do you really know about build your own house programs? What do they involve, and what’s the catch, if any? You might be surprised.
What Is A Short Sale and Is It A Good Idea As A Buyer?
Short sales are less common in the 2020 housing market than in 2010; despite their name, they aren’t a short or simple endeavor.
An 11-Step Guide to Safely Changing Your Homeowners Insurance
There are plenty of valid reasons to change your home insurance. We’ll show you how to do it safely and effectively in this eleven-step guide.
17 Home Closing Delays and How You Can Avoid Them
Closing on a house seems pretty straightforward, but closing delays happen every day. We dug up 17 of the most common closing delays.
Should You Always Put 20% Down When You Buy A Home? Not Necessarily
How much should you put down on a house? We looked at pros and cons of large and small down payments to help you make the best decision for your finances.
The Pros and Cons of Making an All-Cash Offer on A House
Making an all-cash offer could be your best (or worst) homebuying decision. Weigh these pros and cons carefully, and make the move that’s right for you.
10 Steps for Navigating the New Construction Home Buying Process
The new construction home buying process is different from buying an existing home. Here are details on the entire process so you know what to expect.
10 Ideas for Real Estate Investments that Cost Less Than $5,000
Real estate investing may seem limited to the ultra-wealthy, but anyone can invest in real estate. Here’s how you can invest $5,000 in real estate.