Mortgage Rates End 2014 Near Yearly Lows
Mortgage rates defied forecasts in 2014 by not inching up to 5 percent as predicted during the year. Instead, the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is still hovering under 4 percent lows. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage, the most popular loan among home buyers, remained below 4 percent for every week except for two since Oct.
Industrial-Style Loft in San Francisco Showcasing an Impressive Design
Located in South Beach, San Francisco, USA, this contemporary loft discovered on Teedhaze comes with 2,200 square feet of live/work space and audacious brick and wood finishes. The apartment consists of two bedrooms, two bathrooms, working areas and large outdoor areas. As you step inside, the feeling of space is overwhelming.
3 Next-Gen House Hunting Tips for Singles
The American household has changed – big time. More and more, people get married later in life, if at all. Many even go from married to single and back multiple times throughout their lives.
12 Ways to Challenge a Home Appraisal
By Michael Corbett In real estate, there are several circumstances when your entire transaction hangs in the balance, based on the results of an appraisal: When you are buying a home, you need the appraisal of the home you are buying to match or be higher than the price you have contracted.
4 Perks of Living in the Suburbs
By AJ Smith Figuring out where you should live can be difficult. If your options include a city, rural area or suburb, it’s a good idea to weigh the advantages and disadvantages specific to your family and each living environment.
5 mistakes you don’t want to make when you move
U.S. Census data estimates that most of us move about 11 times during the course of a lifetime, and the choices made during each move have lasting financial and personal effects. While moving seems to be an inevitable part of life, making mistakes during the process doesn’t have to be.