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How to Sell Your House Without a Real Estate Agent in 2019

How to Sell Your House Without a Real Estate Agent in 2019

A real estate agent's commission can add up to thousands of dollars. Here's how to save money by selling your home yourself.

The Happiest Countries in the World

The Happiest Countries in the World

These countries are not Utopias, but people who live in them are happier overall.

What Is a Reverse Mortgage and What Does It Mean to Me?

What Is a Reverse Mortgage and What Does It Mean to Me?

Reverse mortgages are a unique financial tool for unique financial needs. Can they work for you?

The Best of the Best Places to Retire in the U.S.

The Best of the Best Places to Retire in the U.S.

Here are some of the best places to retire in the U.S., and, because everyone is different, a few of the runner-ups from around the country.

Historic Mortgage Rates: From 1981 to 2019 and Their Impact

Historic Mortgage Rates: From 1981 to 2019 and Their Impact

Mortgage rates stem back to the days of ancient Rome, and still hold sway today.

2019 Super Bowl Ad: Amazon Recruits Harrison Ford and Other Famous Friends

2019 Super Bowl Ad: Amazon Recruits Harrison Ford and Other Famous Friends

You might want to ask Alexa "What is the Amazon Beta Testing Program?" The star studded football commercial gives us a sneak peak.

Refinancing: Definition, How It Works and Tips To Use in 2019

Refinancing: Definition, How It Works and Tips To Use in 2019

Refinancing a loan definitely has its advantages - and its risks, too.

How to Flip a House for Profit in 2019

How to Flip a House for Profit in 2019

Flipping a house is hard work, but it can have ample financial rewards.

Got Wi-Fi? These Are the Best Places in the World to Live, Work and Play

Got Wi-Fi? These Are the Best Places in the World to Live, Work and Play

Pack a bag and your laptop, here are the top spots in the world for remote workers.

These U.S. Cities Are the Most at Risk From Rising Seas

These U.S. Cities Are the Most at Risk From Rising Seas

In about 30 years, as much as to $106 billion worth of coastal property will likely be below sea level if we continue on the current path of climate change