Why Renter’s Insurance Is a Good Idea

Renting a home or apartment is a great option for many who do not want to deal with the headaches of home ownership. As a renter, you can usually deal with plumbing problems or electrical issues by calling the landlord. Homeowners, however, must take care of those things by themselves and, in many cases, those problems end up costing a homeowner. Renters do not pay anything when a landlord comes to fix the pipes or correct an electrical problem. [continue reading…]

Signs It’s Time to Repair Your Garage Door

In most modern homes, the garage door can represent as much as 40 to 50 percent of the front of a house. The door is also one of the first things people see when they pass a home. For those who live in a house built 20 or 30 years ago, there is a good chance the home still has the original garage door. Regardless of the age, there are a few signs that will signal a homeowner that it’s time to service their garage door. [continue reading…]

Paying for Septic Maintenance Using a Car Title Loan

Homeowners that are not connected to a city sewage system connect to their own septic system. All waste waters from the home go to a tank (or several tanks) located either above or below ground near the home. Septic tanks need pumping once every three to five years to ensure proper operation of the entire system. Septic tank cleaning will vary based on the size of a tank and costs will usually run between $200 and $500. Often, homeowners will forget to budget for septic tank maintenance since it is not an expense that occurs monthly or even yearly. What do you do when your tank needs to be cleaned and emptied, and you don’t have the money? A car title loan can help. [continue reading…]

Get Your House Ready for Winter

Winters in Florida are nothing like what others around the country must go through, but homeowners still need to take some time to winterize their homes. It pays to prepare even against the relatively mild winters of the South. Whether you are having relatives for the holidays or even leaving on vacation for a few weeks, there are a few steps you can take to get your home ready for the winter. [continue reading…]

8 Simple Ways to Spruce up Your Home This Spring

Home Repairs As much of the country is lost in the depths of winter, the spring season is approaching quickly. As the change of season comes, it is always nice to prepare your home for it. There are a number of things you can do to your home to welcome the new spring. Many of these are inexpensive methods of sprucing up your home. [continue reading…]

Pay Your Homeowner’s Insurance Deductible with a Car Title Loan

Home Owner Your insurance covers most of the damage that occurs in your home including damage caused by extreme weather conditions. The problem is that you chose to have a lower insurance premium by accepting a higher deductible. Now, the time has come for you to make a claim to have your home’s roof repaired. The insurance company will cover the cost of repairs, but first you must come up with the $1,000 deductible. If you have exhausted your options, consider a car title loan. [continue reading…]

A Car Title Loan Can Help Pay For Your New Pool

Home It is always nice to have your own pool in the backyard. Yes, it is a lot of work, but you and your family will love the convenience of having your own as well as playing host to numerous pool parties. The biggest problem with putting in a swimming pool is paying for it. A car title loan is a quick and easy way to obtain the money you need to put in the pool of your dreams. [continue reading…]

Furnish Your New Home With A Car Title Loan

Moving-Expenses It’s a buyers’ housing market with historically low interest rates and great prices on homes around the country. While many people are becoming homeowners for the first time, many of those same people are often left scrambling when it comes time to actually move into the house. They sometimes forget about associated costs like decorating and furnishing the home. After spending thousands of dollars on a home, it might be hard to find the funds necessary to buy couches, chairs, beds, and more. You might not be aware, but you may be able to use your vehicle to help. [continue reading…]

How To Pay For All The Things You Forgot When You Bought Your House

Home You’re a first time homebuyer and you put everything out on the table to get into this house. You were somehow able to secure a mortgage, and now it’s time to move in. You would love to enjoy your first month in your new home, but someone forgot to tell you about the deposit that you might need to have your [continue reading…]

How To Pay For Home Repairs

Home Repairs When you become a homeowner, you also become a home renovator. No matter what home you purchase, there always seems to be a project or two that you will undertake to improve upon your home. The improvement may be an upgrade of a kitchen or remodeling a living area or bathroom. Whatever the project, there will come a discussion of how to pay for it all. [continue reading…]

7 Reasons to Get a Title Loan

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People often have unexpected and short-term financial crises or dilemmas, and deciding how to best handle such a situation can be overwhelming. Borrowing money from family members is usually a bad idea, as this can exacerbate tensions and damage family relationships. Auto title loans such as those offered [continue reading…]

Dealing With Home Emergencies: Hot Water Tank Problems

Hot Water If it hasn’t happened to you yet, it will…the hot water tank in your home will give out and you will need to get a new one. Most people will not know what to do in this situation. There may be a leak, there may be a flood or your hot water tank may just cease to work. This should be considered an emergency situation as you shouldn’t go for too long without hot water in your home. Not only is it not sanitary, it could also affect the overall well being of your family. When something happens with your hot water tank, the sooner you repair or replace it, the better. [continue reading…]