Home Equity 101: How to Use the Value of Your Home for Large Expenses
Find out how to leverage your home’s value to pay for a big-ticket project or address an emergency financial situation.
Prevention Could Be Key to Avoiding Big Home Repair Costs
Ignoring signs of wear and tear in your home can cost you in the long run. Here are three areas to start inspecting now, so you’re not investing in major repairs later.
Three Home Improvement Tips to Attract Buyers and Recoup Costs
Tips for which home improvement project you should tackle first to help recoup the cost and increase the value of your home for resale.
Four Funding Tips for Your Next Home Improvement Project
Before you put off the deck repairs or master bathroom upgrade for another year, consider these options for funding your next project.
Should I Stay, or Should I Go? New Home versus Home Renovation.
Maybe your family is growing or you’re looking for a new study space or hobby room. Whatever the reason, there are two distinct options for getting that extra living space.
Home equity is the difference between the appraised value of your home and the amount you still owe on your mortgage.
Borrowing against home equity gives you cash on hand to pay for things that matter, whether it’s a planned home remodel or an emergency need. There are two primary options: a fixed-rate home equity loan, or a home equity line of credit.
A line of credit is a flexible solution that works like a credit card. You borrow money when you need, rather than taking it out all at once.