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Brace Yourself for Flood of Foreclosures When Boom-Era HELOCs Turn 10

Many underwater homeowners might simply walk away from their homes, letting lenders deal with the problem, but at least another housing bust looks unlikely.

5 Cities Where You Can Both Save or Waste the Most Money on Gas

Gas stations charge as much as they think they can, but there's not always a good explanation why one station charges a lot more.

You’ll Never Guess Who’s Paying the Lowest Property Taxes in U.S.

Your income can go a lot further in places many homebuyers overlook.

These Are the 2015 Auto Models to Drive If You Hate the Earth

'Green' cars are getting lots of publicity ahead of Earth Day, but here's a look at the year's 'meanest' models — those called the worst for the environment.

Here Are the Metro Dwellers Paying America's Highest Property Taxes

Many homeowners will be dealing with local property taxes long after April 15 has come and gone — and here's who faces the biggest bills.

Here Are the Greenest 2015 Automobiles You Can Drive Today

Spring is in the air and Earth Day is less than two weeks away, so here's an eco-friendly look at five cars recently named as 2015's 'greenest.'

A Third of Mortgage Borrowers Don't Know What Rate They Pay

With the window to refinance into a sub-4% loan likely closing, it's not good news that even those who claim to know their mortgage rate might be fooling themselves.

These Are the Cities That Keep You Stuck in Traffic the Longest

Our worst city for traffic places no higher than 10th worldwide, but gridlock here still adds 21% to average travel times and costs each driver about $818 annually.

Why Are Rents Rising Faster in Kansas City Than in New York?

Lagging supply from years of weak construction and demand from foreclosed homeowners who are forced to rent are just some of the trends turning real estate upside-down.

Why is GM Eliminating 100,000-Mile Warranties — And Should You Care?

General Motors is scaling back warranties, free maintenance and free roadside assistance on many models, but experts say the move will likely hurt dealers more than consumers.

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