Whether youâre apartment shopping in a different city or doing your own remote research at home, virtual tours can come in handy. These allow possible renters to scope out living spaces with more comfort and convenience than ever. But with all the perks that this virtual advantage brings, it can still present some drawbacks compared […]
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Article originally published July 13th, 2016. Updated October 30th, 2018. More people are opting to lease their new set of wheels instead of purchasing them, according toÂ Q2 2018 data from Experian. The number of auto loans grewÂ to an all-time high, with leasing surpassed 30% of all new consumer vehicle sales. But the interest ratesÂ consumers are… Read More
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Preparation is key in the face of a disaster.
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The competition for your apartment rental dollars is HOT! To get renters’ business, property management companies try to “wow” prospective tenants. Many rental properties try doing this by designing apartment complexes with the top amenities in the industry! Apartments with an in-unit washer and dryer? Increasingly common nowadays. Apartments with yards? You can find them […]
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Does refinancing student loans affect credit? Learn all about student loan refinancing and whether itâs right for you with Lexington Law.
Looking to learn how to save money in college? With ever rising college costs, it can really help your current and future finances if you learn how to save money. Tuition for an in-state public college averages around $25,290. Private college tuition costs twice as much, at an average of $50,900, according to Value Penguin. […]
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Weâve had many readers write in after a divorce and ask how to split their assets with an ex-spouse. One of the most common questions is how to remove an ex or another cosigner from a car loan and title. Hereâs how to go about it. Whatâs the Role of a Cosigner? It can be… Read More
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When a tornado hits, you have no idea how long you’ll need to shelter. You need a safe space stocked with the necessities? Here’s what you should have.
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How long does it take to buy a house? The answer is: it depends. You can buy a house in a matter of weeks or it can take you anywhere from 4 to 6 months. The question is how ready are you? It can take a long time, and that’s just learning about various mortgage …
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“For rent by owner,” reads the sign. You know what it means, but do you really understand what renting from a private landlord entails? Check out the pros and cons of renting from a property owner instead of a management company to figure out if a “for rent by owner” apartment is right for you. […]
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