If you’ve thought about owning a home, but feel there’d be too much space to maintain, you need to evaluate townhouse vs. condo purchases. They are often less expensive than single-family homes in regard to both the initial investment as well as monthly payments, even when factoring in various fees.
Living on your own, for the first time, is the ultimate right of passage — whether it’s in a dorm, a rental apartment, or even a home. We here to help you start off on the right foot with budgeting and planning.
The words renovation and remodel are used interchangeably, though they have entirely different meanings. So, what is the meaning behind each, and how exactly do they differ? Let’s find out!
A desire for independence and purposeful work drive many young people to be cautious with investing. How does this apply to homeownership? You may be surprised. Let’s check out some of the financial behaviors of Millennials.
With the good old days behind you and the golden years ahead, what style of home makes the most sense for your retirement? It all depends on your financial situation, your physical abilities, and, of course, your neighborhood preferences. Find the right fit by considering these five home types.