Conventional wisdom has always told us it’s cheaper to rent than to buy. But the market just may turn that thought upside down. The real estate website Trulia tracks rent across the country, and today revealed that in many U.S. cities, renting is no longer the cheaper option.
The Twin Cities set a record high temperature on Wednesday when we hit 73 degrees, and many residents were ready to jump in the yard and get to work. However, lawn care experts say not so fast.
Whether homeowners have ants, earwigs, bees or mice in invading their house, they just want the little invaders gone.
If a deal is not reached over raising the federal debt ceiling, the real estate market would be put in an especially tough position.
There is new hope for homeowners who are facing foreclosure, but they have to act fast.
The federal government has denied Minnesota’s request for disaster assistance for homeowners, renters and businesses hit by last month’s deadly tornado in Minneapolis.
After a rough winter, Minnesotans do not have to look very far to see potholes. Now, some homeowners and businesses are finding out that they need to chip in for the pothole repairs.
Fireworks Monday night at a Chanhassen city council meeting.
There aren’t enough contractors in the state to deal with the ice dam problems that will hit Minnesotans this weekend.
The two coldest days of winter are most likely right around the corner. While the extreme cold is uncomfortable for us, it can also do a number on homeowners’ houses.
If you talk to pest control technicians and hardware store employees, they’ll tell you the same thing. A lot of people are having troubles with mice.
Many homeowners have an added expense this holiday season all thanks to the snow.
Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson has filed lawsuits against two out-of-state companies that charged Minnesota homeowners up to $3,500 in unlawful fees to help them renegotiate their home mortgages.
Homeowners might have had a little “sticker shock” when they opened up their tax bill for next year. The value of some homes might have gone down or just stayed the same, but taxes went up.