Majority of us will hit the twilight of our lives and we have tons of things to consider and most probably, one of the top (if not the top), thing we should and will consider is retirement. Where should I or we retire? On top of that, we should consider a lot of things too, such as place, location, proximity, environment and the list goes on and on.
There are more reasons to be hopeful and optimistic this 2015 when it comes to home buying according to Time Money. But, before you go on making the big investment of buying a new home, here are some tips worthy of your note;
The confidence of home builders in the country was not found wanting these days. It's, in fact, on the rise stemming from its highest monthly reading for the year that comes on the heels of some downward trends experienced for a three-month duration.
The Big Apple will have the world's largest number of the super-affluent by 2025, taking over the reins from London, according to the people from Knight Frank, a global property consultancy, in a panel discussion on the 64th floor of One World Trade Center.
Credit scores getting better, receiving a pay raise, and mortgage rates hitting rock bottom; these are just some of the reasons you should be buying your new house. But, there are some serious road bumps on your way to be a happy camper if you aren't judicious enough to know the pitfalls and the red flags. Here are some tips you should ponder on.
In simple terms, refinancing is asking a lender to reconstruct your existing mortgage terms to obtain a more favorable one. While you get to have new mortgage terms, your original loan is also paid off in the process.
HSH.com, a mortgage online resource since 1979, came up with a guide to give us a ballpark figure of the salary one needs to make in order to afford buying a decent median house in each of the 27 metros.
Livability, one of the leading resources when it comes to researching communities on the web, has come up yet again of their list of the most affordable cities to live. In caveat, the ten cities which made the list are not the cheapest per se but more like the best places to live in terms of affordability to the quality of living ratio.