When you’ve finally saved up enough to get your own place, look over these pros and cons of moving out of your parents’ house before you sign any papers.
Renting a house used to be a popular choice over buying because it was cheap. That doesn’t seem to be the case anymore. In fact, one out of three Americans now live in a housing market where rent for a three-bedroom home is more than 30% of their monthly median income, according to RealityTrac.
Roommates have the potential to be awesome – I mean, have you seen “Friends”? You have the opportunity to make new friends and save money on your rent at the same time. Here are some tips to make sure you have the best possible experience.
Renting to own might be worth considering depending on your situation, but you need to carefully research and plan for the agreement.
There are many questions to ask yourself before you become a landlord. But whether you have a rental property because you moved and the time wasn’t right to sell your previous home, because you bought an investment property in order to rent it out, or some other twist in your life’s journey has led you there, one important question to consider is: What will the return on my investment (ROI) be?
Here are three simple steps to help you negotiate your rent with a prospective landlord.
A credit score is such an easy way for financial service providers to get an idea of what your financial picture looks like that many of them are turning to credit scores for items that aren’t strictly related to borrowing money. Here are 4 non-credit ways your credit score matters.
2013 is going to be another great year to be a homeowner. Here are 13 reasons why you should buy a home in 2013.
While you’re certainly in better financial shape if you have good credit, there are still ways for you to find a suitable home if you have bad credit. What methods can you take to find a nice place to live if you have less than stellar credit?
There might be some unique instances in which self-storage is a good idea, but for the average American, it’s just more money you’re sending down the drain. Here are six reasons (okay, so maybe a few less than a million!) that you should find a different place to store your stuff.