This could be the year you buy a new home! But before you’re ready to dive into the exciting world of homeownership, you’re going to need to get your finances in order and save for a down payment. Let’s take a look at seven steps that can help you get there.
Buying a fixer-upper lets you turn a less than desirable house into your dream home. There are just a few things you’ll have to think about first.
This week on Zing we’ve made a list of our favorite personal finance books, which actually make great presents. As you’re preparing for the holidays, think about giving your friends and family the gift of good finances with these great reads.
Mortgage insurance is helpful to many homeowners because it enables them to make a lower down payment. It’s also a payment that homeowners can’t wait to stop making. Read on to find out if and when you can make mortgage insurance go away.
Moving is no fun, yet the U.S. Census Bureau estimates a person will move 11.7 times in their lifetime. Are you planning your next move? Here are some tips to help make your move as smooth as can be!
The gardening season doesn’t have to end when it gets cold. There are plenty of gardening opportunities for the autumn and winter, especially if you know where to look. With the right planning, you can grow vegetables throughout the entire year.
As of Saturday, October 3, 2015, new regulations are in effect for the mortgage industry. The new rules simplify some of the documents required for the mortgage process. Read on to find out how they could affect you.
If you’re looking for a house and not finding exactly what you want or need on the market, building your own house is definitely an option, but keeping things on time and on budget presents its own challenge.
Our third annual Zing Blog AmaZING Garden Giveaway runs July 1 – 31, 2015, and we’re awarding a prize pack that will set your garden up for success. You can either post the best photos of your garden on Instagram using the tag #ZingContestEntry, or email them to ZingGiveaways@QuickenLoans.com.
In most cases, investments will make up the majority of your retirement funds. But in order to be adequately prepared for your latter years, you need to make the right financial decisions in each period of your life. Follow these steps to ensure financial security during your retirement.