According to the United States Census Bureau, the average price of a house in the United States in 1960 was $11,900 in 1960 dollars. When adjusted for inflation, the median price of a house was $58,600 in 2000 dollars. More »

The cost of extending a home depends on what the addition consists of. The website CostHelper.com gives an average figure of $13,000 to $125,000, but the cost can vary wildly depending on a range of factors. More »

Factors such as size, construction techniques, material cost and land costs all impact how expensive a tiny house can be, and there isn't an exact universal budget for building a tiny house. Using brand-new building mate... More »

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A buyer can purchase a house directly from the seller with nothing more than the agreed-upon purchase price. However, good credit, a down payment, stable employment, identification and financial records are required if t... More »

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To sell your house quickly, price it appropriately, make it attractive in appearance, and make the necessary repairs to the home's interior and exterior. In addition, be easily available to show the house to prospective ... More »

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When deciding between renting a home and an apartment, take into account location, amenities and the cost of utilities. Also consider whether the house or apartment includes a rent-to-buy option and whether it can be mod... More »

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Find a home's sale price by searching public records at the county offices where the home is located or by searching websites that aggregate public-record information. When the sale price is unknown, the amount can be es... More »