Your Options When Selling a House in Another State

It would be nice if you could sell your home out of state without any hassle. Unfortunately, selling a house tends to be a very hands-on task. If you’re selling, there’s marketing, repairs, cleanup, and paperwork to handle. It’s a lot of work. Despite this, you do...

Smart Ways to Finance Emergency Home Repairs

Each year, around 48 percent of homeowners find themselves in dire straits. Many are forced to pay for emergency home repairs but don’t have the funds readily available to tackle such an expensive project. Where could that money come from? For many Americans, there...

Walking Away Home a Negative Equity Mortgage

If you recently purchased a home and found that you’re stuck in a negative equity mortgage, walking away can be the hardest decision of your life. You now owe more money to the mortgage company than what the house is actually worth. Owning negative equity home is a...

Selling My Home After a Fire

Dramatic landscape after fire fiery destruction to a house. Useful image for any fire prevention theme A house fire will always be the worst-case scenario. It is one aspect of being a homeowner that most people fear, and rightfully so. A house fire leads to nothing...

What is My House Worth?

When the time comes to sell your home, you’re likely feeling a mixture of emotions. You’re excited, nervous, anxious, and more than anything, probably a bit stressed. It’s a momentous task you’re about to undertake, but one that is well worth the effort. But first...

Selling Your Home After Severe Flooding

If you’ve recently endured significant flooding inside of your home, you have two options: sell the house or perform costly repairs. For many, the decision is easy. For some, there are a whirlwind of emotions, finances to consider, and long-term goals to think about....