Vote! Pick Your Favorite Homes For Sale In Cities With Matching Names

It’s not uncommon to run across your “hometown” in another state. Maybe you’re driving through Birmingham, MI, and you’re reminded of sweet home Birmingham, AL. While some of the most popular city names in America may be found in as many as 46 states, each community has its own personality and history. (Fun fact: Unless […]

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Is Renovating Cheaper Than A Teardown And New Build? (The Answer Might Surprise You)

Renovating your home could be just the thing you need to make it truly yours. But be careful: This decision could lead you down a never-ending (and stealthily expensive) home improvement rabbit hole. Once you’ve turned your kitchen from drab to fab, for example, your family room now seems out of place, the living room looks […]

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Pay Up! How Renters With Roommates Should Divvy Up Expenses

Having a roommate or two can help you handle the financial burdens of renting, because you don’t need to shoulder the total cost of your living expenses. Splitting rent with a roommate also can help you choose a better location that you couldn’t afford on your own — for instance, a Federal Hill apartment in […]

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5 Affordable Upgrades That Won’t Overimprove Your Home

Say you’re living in a starter home. You don’t plan on being there forever, but you also aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. You’d like to make some home improvements, but you’re worried you won’t get much return on your investment when you’re ready to sell. While this thinking could be accurate if you’re planning to […]

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Trulia’s Guide To What Homebuyers Want In Every State

If you’re planning to sell your home in 2017, it’s a good idea to spend some time in 2016 planning how to market your home in Santa Fe, NM, or Philadelphia, PA, real estate. Whether you intend to check some best-for-ROI upgrades off your to-do list or play up the features your home already has, […]

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Pawesome! 4 Pet-Friendly Apartments For Rent

For those of us who consider our furry friends family, the apartment hunt can be heartbreaking thanks to three little words: No dogs allowed. The good news? More and more developments are embracing pups and pooches, with incredible amenities ranging from convenient (on-site dog washes) to just plain cool (a dog park on the roof!). […]

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Charmed! 12 Tiny Homes For Sale In The Mountains

One thing we’ve learned from the tiny-home movement is that if you’re going to go small inside, you should maximize your living space outside. One way to do that? Plant yourself smack-dab in the middle of nature. These tiny mountain houses currently for sale make up for what they lack in square footage with amazing […]

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My House Was Perfect (Until It Wasn’t)

When John and Carrie Aman moved into what they thought was their dream home one December, they hadn’t met many of their neighbors. “Being in Buffalo, NY, there’s a very short window of time to get to know neighbors before people start hibernating for the winter,” says Carrie. Fast-forward several months to summer, and the […]

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8 Signs Your Landlord Secretly Has Your Back

While not all landlords are created equal, and some would never win any citizen-of-the-year contest, contrary to popular belief, landlords can be pleasant to deal with — and can even save you money. A great landlord does the little niceties and goes that extra mile to make life easier for their tenants, maybe even leaving […]

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How to Close a Deed of Trust In-House (Seller Financing Tutorial)

When you’re selling real estate with owner financing, there’s one critically important question you should be asking yourself: As the Seller, what type of loan instrument should I be using? It’s an important question, because the answer can vary greatly from state to state. In several states around the U.S. – the Land Contract (aka – Contract for Deed) […]

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