Your home’s foundation is an critical part of its wellbeing. If something goes wrong in your foundation, your home can can develop structural problems that cost significantly more to repair than foundation problems alone. There are three major reasons home foundation problems occur: Stem walls can deteriorate. Stem walls sit on your home’s concrete slab… Continue Reading Seven Signs Your Home Has Foundation Problems
If you’re a homeowner (or planning to become one), upgrading your home is an empowering activity. Whether you want to knock down a wall (to create a larger room), upgrade your energy efficiency, or improve your lighting, there are a variety of exciting possibilities. Regardless of your home upgrade project, you’ll likely wonder whether the… Continue Reading Four Things Believed to Increase Home Value — But Actually Don’t
If you’re a retired homeowner, you might have wondered about reverse mortgages. Reverse mortgages, also known as Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECM), let Americans 62-and-older convert part of their home equity (wealth) into cash, a monthly check, or a line of credit. To help you better understand reverse mortgages, the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association… Continue Reading New Tools Can Help You Understand Reverse Mortgages
If you’re a homeowner, you’ll be aware of your monthly mortgage payment and interest rate. And you might have wondered about refinancing your mortgage to change these figures. Refinancing lets you replace your current mortgage with a new one. Two of the most common mortgage refinance methods are rate-and-term, and cash-out. What’s the difference between… Continue Reading Mortgage Refinancing: Cash-Out vs. Rate-and-Term
Whether you’re a long-term homeowner or ready to buy your first home, you’re likely aware rising energy costs. America’s lowest-income families currently spend around 22% of their total income on energy while electricity prices have risen by 30% over the last decade. This has caused many Americans to consider alternative methods of powering their home.… Continue Reading Three Easy Ways to Incorporate Solar Power into Your Home
Reverse mortgages are a unique type of loan that has quickly become popular with senior homeowners. With a reverse mortgage, a homeowner may receive a sizeable percentage of their home equity (wealth) and continue to live in their home for the rest of their life provided they pay their property taxes, insurance and HOA dues.… Continue Reading Why Do Reverse Mortgage Restrictions and Requirements Exist?
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