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There are advantages and disadvantages to buying or renting homes. What should be considered when looking for a home? Learn how to search for a home and what to consider when financing.
Every neighborhood has something different to offer. The trick is to figure out what matters to you and then learn how to find a good neighborhood that’s the best possible match.
Being a first time home buyer can be daunting.
Before you begin the search to buy a home, spend time thinking through the issues.
The answer for both buyers and sellers is more complicated than a simple yes or no. These five questions can help you sort out the decision.
Weigh the pros and cons to determine which is best for you.
Ready to become a homeowner? Be sure to avoid these first-time buyer mistakes.
Will this handyman's special be worth the effort? Here are some aspects to consider before a home purchase.
Which type may be best for you?
It's important to get a home inspection before signing the papers on a new house.
Financial savings and life considerations may contribute to your to-dos for home buying.
A guide to the closing documents you should keep after you buy your house and and what you can get rid of.
Even if it's not your first time buying, budget extra and know fees can vary by area.
If you're moving, it's time to plan, gather packing supplies, purge, and pack all your belongings.
Your belongings probably aren't covered while in transit, so consider getting coverage.
Tips for selecting a rental storage unit, packing personal possessions, and how to protect everything.
Why not allow people who are moving to pack the rental truck on their own schedule?
Find out if you just transfer insurance to the new address or if you need new coverage.
How to decide if downsizing is right for you.
Learn About Insurance Updates You May Need When You Experience Major Life Events
What Factors Should You Consider When Choosing a Beneficiary?
Life insurance is often thought of as a way to protect loved ones by providing for final expenses, estate taxes, etc. But let's think beyond that. Who else depends on you and your income?
From how it works to how much you need, get your life insurance questions answered here.
Deciding if life insurance is worth buying starts with looking at what’s important to you.
From your income to your children’s future education, here’s what to consider when you buy life insurance.
A home inventory can expedite insurance claims process after theft, damage or loss.
The next time you need to renew your insurance policies, consider taking these steps to make sure you have the proper coverage for your property.
Insurance needs are ever-changing — which means you probably have questions. Here are 5 that are important to ask.
You may want to opt for personal liability or one of the other personal insurance options.
What is Personal Property and Casualty Insurance? Learn more information on automobile, homeowners, watercraft, condo, renters and more.
Get ready for spring by adding these indoor and outdoor tasks to your routine.
Autumn home maintenance projects, such as cleaning gutters and checking your heating system, help you get prepared for winter weather.
Winterizing your home to protect against snow and freezing temps can help withstand the ups, downs of winter.
It may be vacation time, but it's also the right time for these home repairs and fixes.
Wondering what not to store in the garage? Some items might surprise you. Learn more about what can stay and what should be stored elsewhere.
Finished and unfinished basement storage can be tricky. Follow a few rules to make sure you keep the right things in your home’s lower level.
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