Everyone wants their pipes to last as long as possible, but there are a couple of simple problems that might be sucking the life out of your plumbing. Long-term stress is the enemy, when it comes to your water system.
According to the S&P/Case-Shiller 10 and 20-City Home Price Indices released Tuesday, the U.S. Housing Market is on a roll based on year-over-year increases in average home values, but month-to-month results were mixed.
As a society, it seems like we’ve gotten away from appreciating our homes for their emotional and sentimental worth. Instead, we focus solely on their monetary value.
The NAR provided great year-end news as existing home sales in December pushed 2013 sales of existing homes to a 7 year high.
Last week was an action-packed week for economic news, and all of it was packed into Thursday.
The kitchen is one of the most important rooms of your home. It is where you prepare all of your meals and it is often a hub of family activity. When you host a party, the action often ends up in the kitchen.
After all of the excitement of the holidays, the sparkle of the lights and the over stimulation of decorations, the rest of winter can seem lackluster. Don’t let your home add to the dreariness of the season.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have been in the news quite a bit over the past few years, so it’s a good time to do a refresher on who they are and what role they play in the real estate market.
Several big banks are exiting the small dollar, short-term loan business after federal regulators warned that they would look into whether these high-interest, payday-like loans violate consumer protection laws. Wells Fargo, U.S. Bank, Fifth Third and Regions announced last week that they would discontinue their so-called deposit advance products. These are typically short-term loans of…
Welcome news arrived last week as lower mortgage rates and a higher number of housing starts were reported. Other economic news was mixed.