The old adage, ‘Good fences make good neighbors’ may be true, but what are some other ways to make sure you’re on the good list? In honor of Good Neighbor Day September 28, we’re sharing some helpful tips on how to get along, and then some.

Six Ways To Keep The Peace 

There’s a whole new segment of homebuyers in the housing market these days. They’re called boomerang buyers, and what makes them unique is that they’ve been down this road before. These folks lost their homes due to foreclosure or short sale, and are now ready to re-enter the market and become homeowners again.

This group was the result of two significant events: the

The transition from renter to homeowner is a doozy. We’re not saying that to scare you, but rather, to prepare you. To make things go as smoothly as possible as you join the homeownership club, we’ve gathered some handy tips just for you. (Spoiler alert: none of them involve calling your landlord to resolve issues.)

Before Getting The Keys

So let’

Regardless of what sport an athlete plays, they’ve got to know the playbook. Offense, defense, strategies for success, teamwork and lots of training—it’s all in there. The same is true for the sport of homebuying. Sure, you may not need to be in perfect physical condition to clear the homebuying hurdles in front of you, but you should be well prepared mentally and financially to win. The

Yep, spring has finally sprung. That means it’s time to clear out the clutter and bring on the elbow grease to clean your house—your financial house, that is. If you haven’t done it in awhile, be prepared for some heavy scrubbing, but keep in mind it’ll be much more like feather dusting when next spring rolls around

If you’re thinking of buying a house, you already know that having good credit is, well, a good thing. But what is a good credit score? And what goes into determining it exactly? Here, we’ll delve into the mysterious but oh-so-important number.

A credit score is a number derived by a mathematical algorithm that gives creditors an idea of the risk level

We’re not going to mince words. The Recession was like a swift kick to the stomach. Maybe lower. At one time, Nevada earned its title as the Foreclosure Capital of America with 1 in 16 homes filing for foreclosure, compared to the national average of 1 in 69 according to CNN Money. Thankfully, Nevada is on its way to