High-yield home improvements: looking to boost the market value of your home? The word is kitchens pay off; pools don't. Here's why – findarticles.com
Some improvements are not going to boost the value of your home.
The 10 must-have features in today's new homes - MarketWatch – marketwatch.com
As people turn frugal and homes become smaller, these highly functional features that are sought after by a lot of homeowners.
What is a Short Sale? â€” The Phoenix Real Estate Guy – phoenixrealestateguy.com
Short sale is an alternative to foreclosure on a property. Basically the owner would negotiate with the mortgage lender to work out this deal: I (the owner) will sell the home for less than the amount I owe you, and you agree to forgive the rest of the loan. This benefits the bank, the owner and the buyer. However there are things need to watch for.
new-rules-real-estate-moneywatch: Personal Finance News from Yahoo! Finance – finance.yahoo.com
The trend of real estate industry have changed, and these are some of the things that you have to know about.
The mistake that plunged my credit score 200 points - Life Inc. – lifeinc.today.com
Co-signing for someone may look like a good deed, but the consequence can be detrimental if they don't keep up with their obligation to pay.
It's never a good thing to co-sign for someone unless you are very rich and can afford to pay their debt obligation if they fail to do so.
7 places you should be checking around your home - MSN Real Estate – realestate.msn.com
By identifying the problems earlier, you will save a lot of money avoiding spending it on major repairs.
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He's Taking Law Into His Own Hands To Help Broke Homeowners – online.wsj.com
With the economy soft and thousands of Philadelphians delinquent on their mortgages, Sheriff Green this spring refused to hold a court-ordered foreclosure auction.
The sheriff first made his mark in the foreclosure issue in 2004, when he noticed a spike in the number of delinquent properties the court was ordering sold. He postponed one month's auction and then went to Judge Annette Rizzo of the ...