When Is the Best Time to Buy a Home in 2019?

When Is the Best Time to Buy a Home in 2019?

Knowing when to buy a home is as vital as knowing what you're going to buy and where you're going to buy it.

How to Calculate Interest on a Loan: Amortized, Credit Cards and More

How to Calculate Interest on a Loan: Amortized, Credit Cards and More

Trying to figure out how much of the monthly payment on your house or car is interest? Here are some tips for how to calculate.

What Is the Mortgage Interest Deduction and How Does It Work?

What Is the Mortgage Interest Deduction and How Does It Work?

If you own a house, you've probably got a big tax break coming your way.

25 Highest-Paying Jobs That Don't Require a College Degree in 2018

25 Highest-Paying Jobs That Don't Require a College Degree in 2018

You don't need a college degree to get a good job at good wages. These 25 jobs tell the tale.

Subprime Loans: Types and What They Do to the Economy

Subprime Loans: Types and What They Do to the Economy

Subprime loans give those with financial struggles a chance to buy a house or car, but they can have drastic consequences - both for the borrower and the world economy.

Multi-Family Projects Boost Homebuilding, But Single-Family Construction Lags

Multi-Family Projects Boost Homebuilding, But Single-Family Construction Lags

Homebuilding got a boost in October from construction of multi-family projects, but single-home activity slowed amid rising borrowing costs.

D.R. Horton Reports Strong Earnings, Sees Signs of Moderating Demand

D.R. Horton Reports Strong Earnings, Sees Signs of Moderating Demand

The largest U.S. homebuilder by volume reports strong earnings though warns it is seeing signs of 'moderating' demand.

What Is the Prime Rate? Definition, History and Rate in 2018

What Is the Prime Rate? Definition, History and Rate in 2018

The prime rate is the lowest rate at which money can be borrowed from commercial banks by non-banks. It typically tracks with the federal funds rate and is generally about 3% higher than the Federal Reserve's rate.

How to Invest in Real Estate: Buying vs. Not Buying Property

How to Invest in Real Estate: Buying vs. Not Buying Property

Investing in real estate can mean dozens of different things. Here's what to know about how to invest while buying property and how to invest without buying property.

How Is Social Security Calculated? Find Your Benefits

How Is Social Security Calculated? Find Your Benefits

How does the government calculate Social Security benefits? Check here.