Simple energy-efficient home updates like fixing leaky faucets and drafty windows can conserve energy, and be good for your pocket. Learn easy ways to go green.
When retirement is looming on the horizon, the decision to refinance can be complicated—especially with interest rates now on the rise.
While the house of your dreams is being built, you should insure the structure and its contents.
When considering renovations, which should you tackle first, and how do you know if you have enough money in the coffers to tackle it?
A list of 5 renovations you should do to your home, and 5 that you should avoid.
A few simple steps can help you winterize your home this fall, keeping you safe and comfortable during the colder months -- and saving you money in the process.
Insuring a condo or co-op is a little different from insuring a typical home because you don't own the entire building.
Make home improvements, pay for school or consolidate debt.
About 30 percent of the cold air that leaks into your home comes through holes where pipes, vents, or electrical conduits run. Fill holes with an insulating foam sealant or caulk.