Want to get rid of the mortgage ASAP and pay as little interest as possible in the meantime? Here's what you need to know.
Still, a majority think now is a fine time to put a house on the market. And if you are thinking of buying, this could be a good time to start looking.
The changes may affect far more than the amount you can borrow -- so prospective homebuyers should be prepared.
New mortgage rules are going into effect Jan. 10 to protect homeowners and investors from the kinds of risky mortgages that led so many people into foreclosure.
Rising home values are giving homeowners new options for paying for a remodel or renovation. Here's a look at 3 options, with pros and cons of each.
There's a catch. After those first five years, things change. The size of your monthly payment can swell or shrink as interest rates rise and fall.
Despite recent laws, you can still negotiate specific closing costs lower to help you save money when it's time to buy or refinance a home.
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