Interesting article yesterday in Bloomberg. Despite record low mortgage rates on home loans, lots of folks are renting, and that creates an opportunity for real estate investors.
With mortgage rates amazingly low right now, it’s no surprise that many homeowners are looking to refinance to a mortgage with a lower rate. One of the most important factors regarding your ability to refinance is your home appraisal. Knowing how home appraisals work may be the key to understanding how the value of your home is calculated. Here is a quick recap of the appraisal process.
Stress is pretty much inevitable, but since tax season is just coming to a close, it’s likely you’re now feeling the after-effects. Let’s run through a list of easy things you can do to get some relief (before you feel compelled to get into a boxing match with your wall).
I stumbled across this article earlier today and figured I’d share it with our loyal Zing! readers out there. Marcie Geffner of FOX Business listed the two easiest ways for borrowers to pay off their home loan faster.
Are you planning a move? Moving can be expensive. Check out these five tips to save you money on your next move.
After skyrocketing two weeks ago, it seems that mortgage rates have fallen back to territory that we have been enjoying for most of the year. One week mortgage rates jump up for no reason, then the next week they fall to record lows. Seems to me that if you are thinking about refinancing or locking in to a mortgage that you shouldn’t wait much longer.
Do-it-yourself home improvement projects can be the most cost-efficient way to repair or add value to your home. In an effort to guide you away from the common pitfalls of do-it-yourself upgrades, I present you with five don’ts of DIY home improvements.
With April 17 right around the bend, Americans are scrambling to get their taxes in order before the tax man comes a-knockin’. Over here at the Zing! Blog, we’re always trying to find ways to help make our readers’ lives easier when it comes to just about anything. Whether you’re setting up a “Mom Cave” or trying to help get through the days of Passover, we’ve got your back
If you’re married or share a home with a loved one, impromptu purchases are twice as likely to happen on any given day, shrinking your closet space, one purchase at a time. Before you resort to hanging your clothes in your kitchen or storing your shoes on the mantel, I present you with unique storage options to gain more closet space.
Not many homebuyers realize that some of the things they say can slow down the process, derail a sale or even cause your agent to dump you. Here are three things you should never say to your real estate agent or broker: