Touring your home with a purpose — and with a handful of tools — helps you cut household costs and maintain your home’s value.
If you’re older and it’s a stretch financially to stay in your home, a reverse mortgage may be tempting. But consider these cheaper, safer options first.
A pandemic or natural disaster could force you to live on your wits and your supply of food. Start small if you need to, but start building your stockpile now.
You can cut your energy bills to zero with the right improvements, which don’t come for free. But you can also get a deal on these projects with government loans that support energy efficiency.
Homes in the nation’s top-rated public school districts sell for more money, sell faster and are viewed more often than other homes, a new analysis finds.
Is your garage crowded, disorganized or just plain messy? This simple plan will help you tame the garage in a day.
Residents of one region can work as few as 31 hours per month and still pay their mortgage, according to a new study.