Have you ever wondered what happens when you move into a house undergoing renovation before the work isÂ complete? Well, it’s certainly not the glossy beautifulness that I typically share around here. While I usually keep daily life’s messes off the interwebs, I thought it might be refreshing to give you…
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One woman explains what she wishes she knew before she made the decision to be a full-time parent.
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Thereâs a popular new loan in town that a lot of credit unions seem to be offering known as the â5/5 ARM,â which essentially replaces the more aggressive 5/1 ARM that continues to be the mainstay at larger banks and lenders. The San Francisco Federal Credit Union offers it via their POPPYLOAN, Caliber Home Loans [&hellip
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When people receive their tax returns, they are quick to spend this money on frivolous purchases that may bring them temporary joy. Even though people know there are ways to spend their tax return responsibly, the temptation to splurge on things they don’t need is too strong. Ultimately, you can spend your tax return on […]
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About a month ago, I discussed whether mortgage rates could drop any lower. At that time, the en vogue 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 4.32%, per Freddie Mac data. Today, expectedly, it hit a fresh all-time low, falling to 4.12%. Freddie attributed it to âmarket concerns over Eurozone sovereign debt default and a weak U.S. employment [&hellip
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Our friends at Angie's List reimagined some visions of apartments of the future.
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Depending on what you look for in a card, one of these may be a perfect fit your do-it-yourself projects. Follow along to learn more about these top five credit cards for DIYers.Â
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