New Spouse, New Home? How to Make Home Buying Possible After Tying the Knot

By Aly Yale / June 1, 2019
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Getting married was a big decision. Now it’s time for another one: Should you buy a house together? More importantly, can you afford to? Though it might seem impossible after that costly wedding and honeymoon, homeownership isn’t as out of…

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What to Do About Your Mortgage When You’re Getting Divorced

By Tim Coutis / January 24, 2019
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Divorce is never easy. Even for those couples with the best intentions, the division of property can become contentious. For couples who have a mortgage and are trying to decide what to do about the house, here are some options…

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Marriage and Homeownership: How to Keep the Peace with Your New Roommate

By Aly Yale / December 26, 2017
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Tying the knot and buying a home are only parts of the battle. The bigger challenge to tackle? That’s actually living together.

Newly married couples often have growing pains when moving into their first home together. There are squabbles over who will do dishes and take out the trash, rolled eyes at annoying quirks and bad habits, and fights about money needed to pay bills or cover the mortgage.

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