Home Equity Loan

Sexy or Subtle, DFW Homeowners Are Going Big with Home Renovations

By Candy Evans / December 20, 2016 / 1 Comment

Thanks to Capital One for sponsoring this post. When it comes to home improvement projects, my favorites are the ones that add true bottom line value to a home. After all, your house is probably the biggest investment you’ll ever make. As a real estate blogger and journalist, I want to see homeowners increase the […]

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DFW Homeowners Building Big Value in Their Properties with These Projects

By Candy Evans / December 16, 2016 / 0 Comments

Thank you Capital One for sponsoring this post. Your home is likely the biggest investment of your lifetime, and building up its value can help you make the most of your money, especially in a market that continues to see increasing values. Over my many years as a real estate reporter, and recently armed with […]

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Home Equity Loans Can Help DFW Homeowners Make Landscaping Dreams Come True

By Candy Evans / December 14, 2016 / 0 Comments

Thanks to Capital One for sponsoring this post. When it comes to increasing a property’s value, beautiful, lush landscaping is a top option for homeowners. Nothing woos buyers like fabulous curb appeal and an oasis of a backyard that turns your property into paradise. Fresh, sophisticated landscaping has the added benefit of bringing years of […]

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How is Al Hill III Able to Buy a $9 Million Home in Atlanta?

By Candy Evans / September 27, 2011 / 0 Comments

Friday I told you about Al and Erin Hill, that’s Al Three, who recently moved their family to Atlanta. They bought a $9 million dollar estate in swanky Buckhead (think Highland Park on Strait Lane), closed on it in July. Last spring, the couple had some legal problems involving a $200,000 HELOC — home equity — […]

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Legal Bonds: Home Equity Lines of Credit May Not Be Your Friend!

By Candy Evans / September 6, 2011 / 14 Comments

Furthering the discussion on whether the credit agencies are using a flawed algorithm to determine our mortgage future, this comment from Dallas bankruptcy attorney Reed Allmand, Allmand Law, deserves its own post. Most homeowners who are underwater on their mortgages got there through home equity loans that Allmand says were used to retire the same type […]

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