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If you own a home, you may be more tempted to purchase a home warranty to help avoid the financial surprise of an unexpected repair. But do home warranties truly offer the peace of mind they claim on the brochure? Will purchasing a home warranty cover an air conditioner that gives out mid...

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Choosing the best home improvement financing for your project requires careful planning.  There many home improvement financing options avaible, appropriate for everything from purchase of a new appliance to a complete kitchen redo.

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Debating whether to move or improve?  Here are some important financial factors to consider.  It's all based on costs and trade-offs.  Remodeling can have a big price tag, but can increase your home's current value.  Moving takes you somewhere new, but can cost 10 to 15 percent over the value of...

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When it comes to financing home improvements, there are a lot of ways to pay for every project. From replacing an appliance to adding a room or two, you can cover project costs through loans, great retailer deals and financing options that make the most of currently low interest rates.

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