Personal Finance Articles
A second home is not necessarily "home sweet home" when it comes to homeowner's insurance. With house number two, you'll discover the need for more insurance, priced at a higher cost than the premium for house number one. How much higher depends on how closely you follow these money saving tips.
The equity accumulated in a home can be a convenient source of income, particularly for homeowners who have paid off their mortgages. Before accessing that value, however, it's important to analyze one's particular financial situation and evaluate various equity tapping options.