Buying a house is hard enough. Here's how to do it when you have student loan debt.Keep Reading
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Here’s how you can (and possibly can’t) use a personal loan for expenses related to your house.Keep Reading
Because talking about finances really can be romantic. Here's how to do it.Keep Reading
You got your free credit report. Now what does that credit score mean to you--and your ability to buy a house?Keep Reading
You can’t change your credit score overnight. You’ve saved all you can for a down payment. But you still really want that lower interest rate. Should you pay to get it?
Owning a home can have a lot of benefits. But even if it makes financial sense, it might not be the right choice for you right now. So how do you know if you should keep renting or dive head first into homeownership?
You want to pay off your debts before you can buy a home. So, how do you make progress?Keep Reading
Call it a personal preference (or a history of buying too many things that are waaay out of your budget), but credit cards are just not for you. You've gotten by this far using just cash and checks, and you're happy to keep it that way. But when it comes to building good credit, is it possible without a card? We've got some solutions.Keep Reading
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.Keep Reading
You have to jump through a couple of extra hoops, and you may need to start planning a little sooner, but a mortgage is within reach!Keep Reading