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Real Estate Q&A: Should I Skip Mortgage Payments If I Want a Loan Modification? Does Flood Insurance Offer Enough Coverage?

first_imgHow much do you pay for heating? Depending on where you live, it’s a good chunk of money during the wintertime. Even though we live in the South (in lovely Raleigh!), we’re not immune to getting some cold weather.   With winter coming… Full Story,Tips to help turn those homebuying dreams into reality. From outstanding credit card debt to massive student loans, financial difficulties are barring more and more millennials from becoming homeowners. While the vision of buying a first home may seem hopelessly… Full Story,When most people imagine buying a house, they think about how many bedrooms they need or what kind of porch they want. When they think about homebuying costs, they decide how much to put down and what their maximum home… Full Story,One of my favorite shows is Sex and the City. Those women lived glamorous lives I could only dream about. And, Carrie, a writer, was living my dream life as a famous writer in Manhattan. One of the storylines that… Full Story,Last year, my husband and I were packing up our Denver apartment to prepare for our move back to his home state of Indiana. We’d put an offer in on a house and had only given ourselves a couple of… Full Story,A few years ago Dave Munson and his family decided to move from their 5,600-square-feet, 8-bedroom house in the city of San Antonio, Texas, to a smaller, unique living situation: tents. Well, fancy, upscale tents that total 2,000 square feet… Full Story,It’s a well-known fact that your personal environment affects your mental health. If you live in a beautifully decorated home with plenty of plants and green space nearby, your risk for anxiety and depression is lower. If you spend your… Full Story,My husband and I were so excited to buy our house. We’d been renting since college and were eager to have our own place. Finally, no one could tell us how many dogs we could have or how many posters… Full Story,Last summer, I was forced to relocate out of my cozy, bungalow-style apartment in West L.A. Living in one of the most unaffordable rental markets in the U.S., I was resigned to the fact that, to enjoy my ideal setup… Full Story,When you buy a home, you’re making an investment in yourself and your future. You’re building  financial stability, equity, and experience. You have a place to call your own and you can customize the space just how you want. As… Full Storylast_img read more

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first_imgArizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald walks off the field after a win over the Los Angeles Rams in an NFL football game Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires If Fitz were to come back for next season, he is in line to be the third-oldest wide receiver in the league, trailing only Vincent Jackson (34 years old) and former teammate Anquan Boldin (36).Only Hall of Famer Jerry Rice has ever had more receptions in a season at 33 years or older than Fitzgerald’s league-leading 107 from last year.The reliable Cardinal also has the second-most receptions with a single team, as his 1,125 trail only Rice’s 1,281 with the San Francisco 49ers.If Fitzgerald were to retire, he would surely go down as one of the greatest players to never win a Super Bowl. In fact, his 101-100-1 record with the Cardinals is barely above .500.Fitzgerald currently has 1,125 receptions (third all-time), 14,389 receiving yards (ninth) and 104 receiving touchdowns (eighth) in his career. Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories Much has been said about Larry Fitzgerald’s potential retirement and what it would mean for the future of the Arizona Cardinals.But fans who were hoping to have a swift answer to that question will need to wait a little longer, according to the 33-year-old receiver.“Right now I’m enjoying the offseason,” Fitzgerald told NFL Network’s Dan Hellie on Friday. “Giving my body some time to rest. Working on my golf game. Got the kids down at Disney. Having a good time. That’s what my priority is right now, and in a couple weeks I’ll figure out what I’m gonna do next year.” The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more