5 value-added renovations to put on your list

5 value-added renovations to put on your list

As a homeowner, making your home look its best is a top priority. That’s why you’ll be beaming with fulfilment and pride once completing a home-improvement project. Projects that are both easy on the eyes and good for the pocketbook are the best kind. Here are five...
5 ways to get your credit score

5 ways to get your credit score

It’s just three numbers, but your credit score is consequential. Credit scores are used as a measurement for credit worthiness, a primary screening tool for lenders and credit card companies. Now more than ever, as many consumers lean on government aid and forbearance...
Homeownership rate soars to seven-year high

Homeownership rate soars to seven-year high

The number of families owning homes has reached its highest level in nearly seven years, according to the Census Bureau. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that the 65.3 percent in homeownership rate matches numbers from the first quarter of 2013. Today’s rate is also a...
How to Purchase a Home With Student Debt

How to Purchase a Home With Student Debt

Paying student debt should not prohibit you from becoming a homeowner. Student debt, however, may be one of the reasons why so many millennials have been left behind when it comes to homeownership. For some, it’s enough to hold them back from entering the real estate...
Renovations that may boost your home value

Renovations that may boost your home value

The benefits of a home renovation may not outweigh your out-of-pocket costs. Before you plan a remodel or major renovation, it’s important to do the math to recoup the costs of the project when you sell your home. Try to raise the value of your home with these five...