Looking for a few good ways to make 2013 the year you take control of debt and get that savings account fattened up? How about 13 ways?
What would you do if you received a $1,000 in tax refunds? Would you use it for something fun like taking a vacation or put it toward your retirement?
It seems like everything I look at has an ENERGY STAR label. I’ve wondered something though: Are ENERGY STAR labels marketing ploys or do they really mean something?
Do you want to save on monthly energy bills? Do you want your home to possibly sell for a higher price and faster once it goes on the market? Looking into a LEED certification may be the solution you’re looking for.
Quicken Loans has exciting news! HARP, the government’s Home Affordable Refinance Program, has expanded to allow refinancing of homes with a loan-to-value ratio (LTV) of up to 200%
To keep your holiday spending from getting out of control, I’ve got a few tips to help you budget. From shopping to parties, you won’t have to work yourself to the bone paying off your credit card bills come January if you follow this advice.
To help you save money and time while grocery shopping, here are the top grocery list apps you can get for your phone.
Eco-friendly wood floors run about the same price as regular wood floors but have less environmental impact. If you’re thinking about wood floors, look at these options!
Energy efficient window coverings can keep out cool drafts and can be a rather inexpensive way to help make your home more energy efficient this winter.
The leaves are falling, the kids are chowing down on apples, and everyone is trying to drink as much cider as humanly possible. This time of the year is great for a lot of things: spending time with family, playing some football in the front yard, enjoying the playoff hunt for baseball, and buying a house.