Are you a planner? Are you already looking ahead and considering what it will be like for your child to buy her first home? Helping her establish good credit is a great first step. Good credit can take a while to build, and a history of responsible credit card usage can help. But there are a few things to consider before taking out the card in your child's name.
It was love at first sight (on Realtor.com). This house is everything. But the negotiating process was rough, thanks to the sellers. What do you do next?
Every person who rents a home asks this question at some point. We asked Clint Hammond, a mortgage planning specialist at Mortgage Network, Inc to tell us more about the best way to make that decision.
So, you aren't ready to buy your dream home. But that doesn't mean you should think of your first home as a starter home. Here's why.
The cost of a typical wedding today is almost as much as a down payment for a house (or even a house itself in some cases). Here's how to save money on the wedding so you and your honey can start your life together in a great home.
How does anyone manage to save 20 percent for a down payment without a little help? Our friends at You Need A Budget explain how a budget can help you get your dream home.
Private mortgage insurance (PMI) helped you buy your home when you didn’t have enough for a down payment. But now that extra fee on top of your mortgage is driving you crazy. So how do you get rid of it?
So you know you want to get a credit card to help build your credit. But it seems like there are literally a million options. So how do you choose the right one?
You've heard someone say that inquiries on your credit score are bad. But without inquiries how will you ever get a job, a credit card, or a loan? Here's what you really need to know about inquiries.