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Rents jump in most of the country’s biggest cities

It’s getting harder and harder to be a renter, it seems. According to new data, rents are now up in 92 percent of the country’s largest cities.

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What is a “Robo Advisor” and Should You Be Using One?

You probably never imagined taking financial advice from a computer program, but that’s exactly what a lot of people are doing these days. These programs are called robo advisors, and the best robo advisors have the potential to help you invest your money more effectively.

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What Affects Car Insurance Rates?

How much you pay for your car insurance isn’t always based on the default price of a plan. Auto insurance providers balance lots of factors when deciding the cost of your deductible and premium amounts before providing you with insurance. Let’s go over the main factors that affect car insurance rates so you know what to expect the next time you negotiate for new auto coverage.

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What is a mortgage refinance, in plain English

Refinancing works by giving a homeowner access to a new mortgage loan which replaces the existing one. The details of the new mortgage loan can be customized by the homeowner, include the new loan’s mortgage rate, loan length in years, and amount borrowed.

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What Do You Do if You Have Been Denied Car Insurance?

Auto insurance is required in the US. But it's very difficult for some people to get car insurance, either because of high-risk factors or a poor driving record. So what you do if you can't get car insurance or if you're denied by your traditional carrier?

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10+ Storage Hacks to Make Your Home Look Organized?

Storage space can be a huge problem for people who have too many things and live in small spaces. Eventually, you start keeping things in empty spaces around your house, making it look untidy, messy, and cluttered. To avoid the messiness and make your home look organized, here are a few storage hacks you can create in your homes.

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Want low property taxes? Then head to these lower-cost cities

Properties taxes increased by 4 percent nationwide last year, but the upward trend wasn’t unilateral. In fact, according to new data, some cities saw property tax rates as low as 0.35 percent last year.

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5 Top Tips To Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

Making your home energy efficient is a worthy goal that every homeowner can achieve. We have tracked down the best in class in multiple categories, bringing you a range of possibilities and price points to fit different approaches and budgets.

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How to Plan Your National Parks Vacation

If you love vacations full of nature and incredible sights, a trip to one or more of our glorious national parks might be just right for you. All across the country, you can experience the land as it once was through the preservation efforts of the National Parks Service.

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Is a Reverse Mortgage Right for You?

In its simplest form, a reverse mortgage is a way to tap into your home’s built-in wealth in the form of a loan. Reverse mortgages are offered to people over the age of 62 as a way to tap into home equity for cash.

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