There’s a lot to consider when buying a home. What kind? Where should you look? How big? Down payment? Don’t let the questions stop you from fulfilling your dream. Use these articles to help you get to where you want to go.
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Millennials, minimalism and micro-living.
Only 2 years out of college, Amy was ready to buy a home. A low down payment helped her do it.
The truth about “quaint,” “fixer-upper,” “motivated seller” and more.
An older home can disguise its problems, and you might discover expensive flaws when it’s too late.
Always pay it on time. Always. A late payment can mess up your credit for years.
It wasn’t long before we found The Little House of Our Dreams with a price tag in our range.
Needing a 20% down payment to purchase a home is stuck in our collective consciousness as the “American Way,” but really, there are lots of financial options for first-time homebuyers.
A few years ago, I made a vow: I will never sleep on an air mattress again.