It takes a lot of work to make a house a home. You may want to upgrade your kitchen, build a patio, or install hardwood floors. How to budget after buying a house to make that work – and to keep up with your bills and maintenance – can be a delicate balancing act.
Maintaining the basics in your life right now is probably top of mind, and you’re not alone. Most folks are wondering exactly how stay-at-home-orders will play out financially and affect necessities and household bills such as home insurance.
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If you’ve ever bought or considered buying property in Florida, you’ve probably heard of the state’s homestead exemption – and with good reason. The Florida homestead exemption is a powerful tool that reduces the tax burden on the state’s homeowners.
Any insurance professional will tell you that having insurance does not provide protection against things going wrong. And when something inevitably does go wrong, a person’s disaster preparedness will affect outcomes at least as much as their insurance policies.
If you’ve paid attention to the news in the last year or so, you’ve probably heard a fair amount about mortgage refinancing.