Real Estate News
Good news: Someone wants to buy your house. Bad news: They give you a lowball purchase offer. What are your options?
Spruce up your front yard to make your home more appealing to potential buyers.
How to check for and correct mistakes in your credit report.
Practical, durable, and space-saving new products from this year's kitchen and bath show.
Shake off winter with these smart spring cleaning tips.
Avoid filing errors this year with these helpful tax tips.
Thinking about refinishing a hardwood floor? Get the scoop on buffing, sanding, staining, and other options for bringing floors back to life -- either on your own or with the help of a pro.
New mortgage standards are making it harder for borrowers to get a loan or refinance. Fortunately, there are some other options for folks who don't qualify under the new rules.
HouseLogic has pulled out its crystal ball to gaze into the future of homeownership, taking a look at where home values, the environment, and lifestyles will be 25 years from now.
Proactive maintenance will keep your home looking its best and add to its value, so show it some love.
Which projects give you the biggest long-term bang for your remodeling buck? HouseLogic takes a look at new front doors, siding, kitchen updates, and more.
A look at the financial, emotional, and societal rewards of owning a home.
Tips for future-proofing your home if you're building from scratch.
Should you rent out or sell your home? What to consider before making a decision.
If you're new to homeownership, avoid these boneheaded but easy-to-prevent mistakes that could cost you.
Tips for avoiding burst pipes, icy gutters, and other cold weather woes.
Review your homeowners insurance, finances, and taxes now to start 2014 off right.
This holiday season, give your home a gift that will keep it younger than its years -- protection from water and moisture damage.
A few features worth dropping some dough on when you remodel, plus a list of upgrades that have low ROI.
Knowledge is power when it comes to working with a contractor. Here's what you should know before you sign that contract.