There’s plenty to love about fall – the leaves, the football, the crisp autumn air. But there’s one thing in particular that really kicks off the holiday season with a bang – Friendsgiving. Because unlike Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving is a gathering of your chosen family vs. your given one. It’s also extra meaningful if you are
Since you’ve decided to sell, you may want to work out how you can get the most out of your old house. There are improvements you can make for a relatively small amount of money, which are bound to prove to be a good investment. Some you can do yourself, others are better done by
Selling your home can be daunting, which is why it’s a good idea to enlist the help of a real estate agent. Because you’ll be putting your confidence in this person, you should interview more than one candidate. “For most of us, selling a home is one of the biggest financial actions of our lives,”
When it comes to getting a home loan, we all know the drill, right? Meetings and phone calls with a loan officer, lots of waiting and piles of paper. Getting pre-qualified before you head out to look at homes can help reduce hassles and get the home buying process started on the right path, says
Welcome to The Money Drill! This is the podcast where we make money matters understandable so you can command your own financial future. Of all the stressors that military families face, home buying is perhaps one the greatest. Kate Horrell knows firsthand. As the Paycheck Chronicles columnist on Military.com and a military spouse, Horrell has
A basic renters insurance policy from USAA is worth more than you think.