For many, the American dream still means owning a home. Whether you’re buying for the first time, refinancing or beginning home improvements, you need to understand the complex issues involved.
With the housing market and overall economy starting to improve, more Americans are packing up and relocating. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of people moving for a new job or transfer numbered 3.5 million in 2011-2012, up from 2.8 million the previous year. Whether you're planning to move for a new job or transfer, or you're accompanying a spouse or partner who has accepted a new position, it's important to consider how your new location will impact your bottom line.
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I live in Las Vegas, Nevada. I am 56 years old. My job is somewhat stable. Should I buy a second home as a rental property? I looked at some homes but the realtors tell... Read Answer