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Invest in Your Home: 4 Ways to Fund Your Major Home Renovations

Tweet The problem that most homeowners face when it comes to performing renovations, especially major ones, is the cost of those renovations. Some homeowners relent on improving their figurative castle

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What is a Mortgage Hardship Program?

If you are finding it difficult to make your mortgage payments, you may qualify for a mortgage hardship program from your lender.

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What You Need to Know About a Home Equity Line of Credit

A home equity line of credit or HELOC is a popular borrowing option for homeowners, but is handled differently than a home equity loan or HEL. With a HEL, you receive your money up front.

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Short Sale Considerations and Your Home

Millions of American homeowners are under water, owing more on their mortgages than what their homes are worth. If you are in a positive financial position where you can hold onto your home, then you may be able to ride out this present crisis.

Home Financing

How to Obtain a Home Equity Line of Credit

A home equity line of credit (HELOC) is type of revolving credit. When choosing a HELOC, your home serves as collateral the moment funds are withdrawn from your credit line.

Home Financing

How to Get a Home Equity Loan

If you have owned your home for several years, you may have built up some equity. That equity can be tapped to pay for some major improvements or cover smaller projects such as new fixtures, a refreshed kitchen or new floors.

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5 Mortgage Tips For 2012

Not all homeowners will renovate their homes, with some people choosing to upgrade to a new home instead of undertaking a time-consuming and costly renovation. With home prices down nearly across the board, buying a home now can be a sensible alternative to renovating your current residence.

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5 Options to Avoiding Foreclosure

Tweet If you’re faced with foreclosure, you may still have some options available to help delay or avoid that fate. Your chances of keeping the home may still be good