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Deciding to remodel your home is a big undertaking. Once you have a budget, here's how you set aside the money you'll need to make it happen.
Looking to build wealth by investing in real estate? Learn more about how some experts maximize their investment.
Read about tips for saving, refinancing and other real estate maneuvers from Alliant’s Smartest Financial Decision Contest entrants.
The right contractor can help make your dream home a reality. These tips can help you find the perfect partner for your next home improvement project.
Credit cards? A home equity loan? Understand your options for financing home projects before you get started.
Though common wisdom may be to opt for a slow-and-steady 30-year fixed mortgage, many home buyers may find greater value in an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM).
Money invested in maintaining and upgrading your home generally comes back to you, at least in part. According to the 2017 Cost vs. Value Report from Remodeling magazine, homeowners can expect an average of 64.3 cents on the dollar in resale value gains for every dollar spent.
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