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Tweet Whether you plan to buy or sell a home, the following advice can help you to get ready. Review Your Credit If you plan to buy a home, your
You’ve decided to take the plunge by undertaking a major home renovation project that you have been putting off. You don’t have your money in place just yet, but give it another six months — perhaps one year — and you should be able to tackle the project.
While many homeowners are still struggling to make monthly mortgage payments and to keep their heads afloat, some homeowners are looking around their neighborhoods and finding new home bargains that are just right for turning into a single family rental property.
Taking stock of your home inventory can save you money and avoid headaches should you ever need to file an insurance claim. The more detailed you are, the better — if you suffer total loss, you may need to prove ownership for items that were destroyed.
Home loans can come in variety of offerings including primary or first mortgages and so-called second mortgages such as home equity loans and home equity of lines of credit. The term “second mortgage” is not commonly used, but it does accurately describe how such loans are handled.