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What to Do in the First 24 Hours After a Flood

After flood waters subside, document, work with your insurer, and clean up safely.

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Are You Prepared to Evacuate in an Emergency?

When stuff hits the fan and you need to flee your home, being organized is the best way to protect your home and family.

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How 3 People Conquered Credit Trouble and Bought Homes

Learn from their example. It's possible to turn your credit around.

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These Online Lenders Relax Rules for Hurricane-Hit Customers

You've taken the hit. These lenders are here to help you recover as quickly as possible.

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What to Do After a Disaster Hits Your Home, Mortgage

First rule; don't panic. Second rule; call your mortgage provider.

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Mortgage Rates Rise Monday as Irma’s Impact Becomes Clearer

Hurricanes can impact the housing market just as easily as the homes themselves.

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Libor Phaseout Puts Adjustable-Rate Mortgages in Limbo

The misdeeds of a few rogue bankers in London are going to cause headaches for millions of American home buyers and homeowners.

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Title Insurance: What It Is and Why You (Probably) Need It

Here’s how title insurance works, how to decide whether you need your own policy, and how much you can expect to pay.

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Before Buying, Real Estate Pros Insist on Doing These 4 Things

What you really need to know about buying — from the people who house hunt for a living.

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French Drain and Curtain Drain Design: What You Need to Know

Feeling soggy? A French drain, or curtain drain, removes excess surface water so you won’t need hip boots to cut the grass.

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