There are several different ways to consolidate your debt. Let’s take a closer look at how it works and at the pros and cons of debt consolidation.
Archives for June 2013
If you’d like to save money or just be more environmentally and financially responsible, why not pretend that you live like those in other countries? Here’s how.
When purchasing a home you may be required to buy title insurance, but there are more than one kind. What are the kinds of title insurance, and is it a good idea?
Have fun with your kids and kindle an interest in saving, and the power of earning interest, by using technology as a teaching tool.
Expressing thanks to someone takes you outside yourself and your problems. You focus on someone else instead. And somehow, after expressing thanks, you feel better.
There are quite a few things to consider when locking an interest rate on a mortgage. Today I thought we’d take a look at when you should lock and what some of the pros and cons of locking your rate are.
It’s not always easy to appreciate the little things in our lives, but doing so can really showcase a greater worth. Here are some things to keep in mind to add worth to what you already have
When buying a new home there are a host of fees and expenses that most people aren’t aware of when they go in. Here’s a brief look at the expenses to expect when buying a new home.
This weekend the home that we’re building was vandalized. Seeing the damage made me realize just how temporary things of this life are, and how glad I am to have an eternal hope.
If you have debt to pay off, are you serious about paying it off? Here are 4 signs, that you may not be serious about paying off your debt.
Banks are now requiring a bit more paperwork and doing a bit more due diligence when approving you for a mortgage. What documentation will you need?
I have been an ING Direct customer for several years now and I have had nothing but positive experiences dealing with ING. How does the new re-branded Capital One 360 stack up?
If you are first-time homebuyer, you might be surprised at the pitfalls that can beset you. Here are 5 mortgage mistakes to avoid as a first-time homebuyer.
It is important to plan ahead as much as you can for specific events, and saving emergency funds specifically for those events. Here’s how our auto specific emergency fund saved us this week.