Want to buy a home but don’t have a pile of cash in the bank? You’re not alone. Trulia research tells us that saving up for a down payment is the biggest obstacles to homeownership for first-time buyers, behind poor credit history, qualifying for a...

Offering to cozy in and stay put — by signing an 18-month (or longer) lease — is one way to negotiate a lower rent. Find ways to free up some cash and lower your monthly cost-of-living expenses. Rent is probably the single biggest living expense in your...

It’s easy to grow attached to your home and overlook some of the wear and tear. But while those familiar flaws may feel like home to you, they might not be to potential buyers. After all, if someone is making such a large investment to...

Everyone is looking to save on their home's energy costs, but many people do not know where to start or what steps to take to get the most bang for their buck. These four tips can be a great starting point for increasing your home's...

Although many people prefer to buy new homes, the vast majority of buyers prefer resales. According to the National Association of Realtors, 75 percent of homes sold are resales. When home buyers ask us about the merits of buying an "old" versus a newly built home,...

Putting your home on the market can be stressful. Week after week of showings requires your house to be presentable at all times, not to mention the hassle of vacating at a moment’s notice....

Home prices are hitting record highs in many parts of the country, often selling for more than the asking price, and going from list to contract in a record 37 days, according to Redfin....

What will the home of tomorrow look like? It seems that the futurist house taking care of itself adapting to its owner's habits is no longer a science fiction scenario. Over the past 5 years, the number of smart electronic devices dedicated to habitations skyrocketed....