You don’t have to believe in Camp Crystal Lake, or a Poltergeist to step foot in a house that feels haunted. The idea that not just people, but even places can have memories makes just enough sense to have us believing we’re being watched even when we’re alone. And some houses are better at tapping
Drones and VR are transforming real estate. To the surprise of no one, of course. After all, technology has changed everything else, from how we communicate in general, to how we communicate in isolation.  You will never meet Wall-E but for $800 you can meet Kuri – WallE’s nonfictional cousin. Meanwhile, glass batteries offer the promise
by David Castillo The myth of credit is that it doesn’t buy you anything. But that’s like saying being a university professor doesn’t buy you anything. Just like an esteemed job creates opportunities, good credit establishes liberty and leisure. Good credit gives you the freedom to buy things you might otherwise not afford. And one

4 Steps to Your First Financial Check-Up

With a new year underway, it’s a great time to sit down and perform a self-evaluation of your personal financial position. Like going to the doctor, a personal financial audit is something many people put off until they have to do it, and sometimes, that’s too late. Luckily checking the pulse of your financial health

The Traditional Home Buying Process

Owning a home comes with a wealth of benefits: you avoid having to deal with landlords, you can do just about anything you want to your property, and you build equity in a long-term investment. While there are many ways to finance your homeownership goals, first learn about the traditional process so you know what
Buying a home can be a beneficial investment over the years, and there are many ways to finance this goal. Obtaining a traditional mortgage, renting to own, and finding owner financing are three common methods, but which is right for you? Read on to find out what each type of financing entails, and who they

Rent-to-Own Homes: The Basics

A rent-to-own home differs from a traditional home purchase in that you do not start off with a mortgage from a bank. Instead, you create an agreement with your landlord to rent the house for a set number of years, where a portion of the monthly rent may go towards a future down payment. It

Owner-Financed Homes

Read this before you start thinking about a mortgage
Purchasing a home with owner financing allows buyers to avoid dealing with traditional mortgage lenders and instead borrow money directly from the seller.   When to Consider an Owner-Financed Home This option benefits people who may not qualify for a traditional bank loan, because of credit, income, or job history. When a sellers is willing

Are Medical Bills Making You Sick?

A simple slip or a serious health issue can result in thousands of dollars in medical bills. There are more than 45 million Americans without health insurance, nearly half of which have outstanding medical debts, averaging $9,000 per person. Even if you have insurance, you could end up with catastrophic debt or even in bankruptcy.