There are several things that first time home buyers would be better off refusing to budge on. Some things aren’t worth the compromise.
With the current state of housing lending itself to more of a seller’s market than a buyer’s, it can feel like the process of purchasing a house is unfavorable to first time home buyers.
A common goal people set at the beginning of a new year is to begin saving for their future, whatever it may hold.
Many real estate professionals are discovering that millennials are well on their way to becoming first time home buyers.
Obtaining the down payment is the biggest challenge many first time homebuyers face.
For many Americans, buying a home is cheaper than renting one.
New Year’s Eve is widely known as a day to welcome a new year surrounded by your closest family and friends.
Planning your retirement budget requires identifying your sources of income, such as Social Security, 401(k) plans or, for some, reverse mortgages.
It is almost that time of year again when your kids are heading back to school.
Aug. 21 is Senior Citizens Day in the U.S., and if you are a senior or have older members of your family, you should be proud.