You need to have your ducks in a row to buy a house, which usually means you need some savings for the down payment. Many people stop saving after they buy, but saving money should be a lifelong process or a practice that lasts up to retirement. You don’t necessarily need savings immediately after purchasing a home. How much you should have in savings or whether you have any savings at all depends on your overall financial picture.
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Did you become a first-time homeowner, buy a rental home, or sell your home after completing a remodeling project in 2015? Know every deduction you’re entitled to and how to avoid common mistakes with these helpful homeownership tax tips.
Home flippers make a living by purchasing fixer-uppers and turning the houses into dream homes for others. While the market has a number of houses with dated baths and kitchens or exteriors needing some sprucing up, not all fixers make good candidates for home renovation. Understanding how to work the numbers for renovations and exploring your own skills and abilities will help you to make a smart decision in selecting a fixer.
First Time Home Buyers: The Path to Home Ownership