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There are some simple things you can do to speed up the sale of your home without having significant effect on the profit. This article will give you some inside secrets from real estate professionals that will get your home off the market faster than you can think of.
How often does this happen? That rare opportunity when, after years of struggle and uncertainty, the storm clouds part and all your hard choices pay off. When the big picture is finally revealed -- and suddenly, it all makes sense.
Over the past few years, the percentage of 25-to-34-year-old Americans living with their parents has been at a record high of nearly 15 percent. Though this type of arrangement is certainly easier on the wallet, it can wreak havoc on a young adult's self-image.
After the caps have been thrown and the goodbyes have been said, it's time to decide where you are going to live post-college life. Moving back in with your parents is always an option, but is it the right one for you?
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We are not dropping out of touch or even out of sight. We are opting out of paying rent on a tiny city apartment in exchange for living in a larger country home we own. We are going to live where we always escaped to play.
In David Letterman fashion, my team at NorthStar Moving recently compiled the "Top Ten Cities Americans Move To" and "Top Ten Cities Americans Move From."Check out the two lists illustrated in our infographic to see if your city makes the cut, good or bad!
How many times have you moved? What were the reasons? Moving is stressful and a ton of work so why do we do it? It turns out we have very good reasons, often big life changes.
This is the time of year when parents eagerly await their grown children returning home from college. What if the return is for more than the idyllic, and finite, time period of summer vacation?
There are three words I've gotten used to hearing in the past few years. They are simple and terrifying and weighted, but I've heard many friends utter them again and again--I'm moving home.
Moving in with your parents may not be a high point but you can turn it into one. We talk to Claudia Lonow, whose personal experience is now the new show, "How To Live With Your Parents." Maybe living at home isn't so bad after all...
It may be nice to take a hot shower without a delightful utilities bill condemning my next month's groceries list to Ramen noodles and canned soup. Then again, when I hand Mom my laundry, I am handing her my independence, temporarily.
Six years ago, Malik fled this town for Syracuse University. Since graduating in 2009 with a bachelor's degree in art history
Midway through college, after transferring and taking a few semesters off, Muller moved back in with her parents in order
Moving back with the parental units isn't easy, but you can work together to make this temporary situation enjoyable. Here's how to come out of this experience stronger, wiser and perhaps even with some savings to your name.