Fundrise is one of the best real estate investing sites available for smaller investors, and a pioneer of crowdfunded real estate investing. Here’s a review.
Being an Airbnb host is a good way to bring in income on the side. Here’s how to get started as a host, and some things you can do to become a “superhost”.
Owning a home can be a blessing, but that blessing can feel like a curse if you don’t set aside money for home repairs. Here’s what you can do to be prepared for unexpected home maintenance and repair costs.
Do your property taxes cover fire and rescue services, or do you have to pay out of pocket for those services as a subscription? Here’s how to find out.
Did your home inspector find most of the issues with your home, or did your home inspection leave you seeing red (financially) as ours did?
For many people buying a home can become a nightmare when hackers target vulnerable systems to hack email accounts and steal their hard earned closing costs
Every 20 seconds, a burglary takes place in the U.S. according to FBI crime statistics.What can you do to improve your home security and avoid a burglary?
While building our house we’ve learned a lot about how to save money while going through the building process. Here are a few ways that you can save money when building the home of your dreams.
How can you find a real estate agent you can trust if you don’t have access to someone you already know and trust? Here are some tips.
If you’re moving into a new house, should you invest in a home warranty? Maybe. It all depends on these 3 main factors.
The home buying process was eye opening for several reasons, but what I found most surprising was how many homebuyers owed more on their mortgage than the original mortgage was worth.
DIY is a great way to save money. However, that doesn’t always mean that it’s worth it. Carefully consider the project before you jump in.
In order to make sure that your home stays in top shape, it helps to have a plan. Here is a monthly home maintenance task checklist.
Which do you prefer; Living in a larger space than you need and enjoy the room, or live in a dwelling that’s smaller but gives you more financial flexibility?