Tax time isn’t typically a time most of us look forward to, but as adults, we dutifully gather our documents and do the deed we’ve been called to do. If you’re a new homeowner, you could be looking at a new tax break in the form of a mortgage interest deduction.
We all have bad behaviors we’d rather not, but if you’re a homeowner, sometimes your bad behaviors can end up costing you money. And nobody wants that.
You may not be the handiest tool in the shed… but as a homeowner, you literally will need some tools in your shed.
Insurance companies are a fickle friend – you need homeowners insurance for an endless number of reasons, but realtor.com warns of a few pitfalls that can result in hiked insurance rates or worse – policy cancellations. Here are some things to avoid owning, or if you do own, be prepared to pay a higher premium:
Family tradition of homeownership can influence future generations of home owners, according to a study by Trulia.
Home ownership is a cool new path many are pioneering these days, but it’s sometimes hard to know what you should prepare for, precisely. Here is a list compiled by Yahoo of a few things that will help you be ready to deal with the unexpected!
Last week the U.S. Senate passed legislation that’s headed for the President’s desk that will lower the FHA owner-occupancy requirements and change other FHA regulations. What does this mean in the long run?
So we all know that with homeownership, we are building equity and we can also exercise certain freedoms associated with homeownership not experienced by renters – the ability to paint and decorate as we please, and more! But there are also hidden benefits of homeownership.
Now that you’re officially a homeowner and your victory dance is done, you’re tasked with keeping your home in good shape.
Discounts and premiums, coverage and claims! A lot of consideration goes into settling on a homeowner’s insurance policy. You could be pondering a variety of homeowner’s insurance related issues…