Buying your first home is an exciting time that’s often fraught with emotions — both positive and negative. You can successfully navigate the homebuying process by knowing what pitfalls lie ahead.
Pet owners will be leaving more than their comfortable casual clothing behind when COVID pandemic restrictions ease. Their beloved animal companions, accustomed to curling at their feet during..
A total of 26.6 million young people, ages 18 to 29, now live with their parents. That’s higher than the previous peak during the Great Depression.
About 10 percent of them have moved back home..
My brother's voice was laced with panic. "Please call me back," he said in the voicemail. "I got a notice today that my credit score is in the 600s and I don't understand why."
To those of us in the northeast, getting through the winter is no mystery. We know the familiar grocery store rush before a nor’easter hits (milk, eggs, bread…) and the tricks to get a car unstuck..
Are you ready to automate your home? The initial financial investment could be offset by the savings in running your home more efficiently.
Home automation is coming on strong as the technology..
Heating your home can be expensive, and this year it may be more so. Domestic energy usage has increased considerably because of the pandemic, with many working or attending school from home. So..
Here’s some uplifting news during a time of so much turmoil: real estate values are on the rise in many parts of the country. In Massachusetts, single-family home prices were up about 8.2 percent..
A friendly email from a co-worker. A job opportunity for the unemployed. An offer to assist with mortgages that may have fallen behind. These messages can sound legitimate and feel reassuring..
To everything there is a season, and buying a house is no exception. Every season of the year has its benefits, as well as its drawbacks, when it comes to purchasing a house.
So when's the best..