As the foreclosure wave crests in many parts of the country, many people who used to own homes are joining the ranks of renters. But whether you’re new or experienced to renting, it pays to know some tips that can help you with the cost.
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According to the National Association of Realtors, last year Americans bought nearly 2 million homes not to live in, but for investment. Which means many of those homes will become rental properties. Will all the new landlords be ready?
With prices falling on everything from houses to boats, if you’re lucky enough to have money in the bank, there are definitely bargains to be had.
Unemployment is now the highest since June, 1983. Now, more than ever, Americans need as many tools as possible to land a new job. If you’re out of work, you’re certainly not alone. But now might be a good time to enhance your future career choices by getting job training. And depending on your situation, you might find it free.
Finding the best vet for the right price isn’t easy, but it is important.
HMOs are normally the cheapest way to get health coverage. In the world of health, choosing your own doctors is an expensive alternative, so if you’re willing to let your insurance company make that choice, an HMO will be cheaper.
The question used to be “paper or plastic?”. Now the question is “debit or credit?”.