Moving higher for a second week, the 30-year mortgage rate broke back
above 4 percent, Freddie Mac calculated.
Holiday Shopping season is about to kick off. And it is an easy time to
blow your budget fast, but with a little common sense and planning you
can still cross everyone off your list without going broke.
To help you find your dream home as efficiently and as painlessly as possible, here are some common house hunting mistakes every future home owner should avoid.
1st-time home buyers aren’t buying homes like they used to. Would-be buyers are struggling with higher prices and tight lending procedures.
Setting up electronic banking transactions and a weekly cash envelope can help you stay on budget. Paying off debt strategically, tracking expenses and making lists also helps.
Employers are increasingly pushing enrollment in high-deductible,
low-premium health insurance plans, according to benefits experts.
Twenty-somethings need to begin their retirement planning as soon as possible. Here are a few tips to help them get started.
For the first time since 2010, participation in workplace-based
retirement plans grew in 2013, the Employee Benefit Research Institute
While buying a foreclosed property can be extremely risky, it sometimes proves to be ideal for those who are on the lookout for cheap houses.
The IRS is raising contribution limits for 401(k)s by $500 to $18,000 next year.