There are many circumstances that can result in having to rent your current home. If you have to move and are not able to sell the property or you want to turn your home into an income property, you may want to begin the process of becoming a landlord. The articles in this section contain real world tips and advice for becoming a landlord and understanding the process for renting out a home you own.
Seven Tips About Rental Income and Expenses
Do you rent property to others? If so, you’ll want to read the following seven tips from the IRS about rental income and expe...
6 Survival Tips for Renting Out Your Own Home
The housing market has tanked, you can't find a buyer and you're stuck. Your best option is to rent out your house, to at lea...
The Accidental Landlord
As a result, many military families are renting out their homes, and becoming accidental landlords.
10 Ways to Find a Good Renter for Your Home
See what real estate experts have to say about finding reliable, high-quality tenants.
Buying Your First Home: Benefit or Burden?
Getting that first big job, tying the knot, and owning your first home ― these are some of life’s major milestones. While eve...
How to Protect Your Identity When Buying a House
A surprising 70 percent of mortgage companies use information-sharing practices that run the risk of exposing your data.
Rent vs. Own with a VA Loan
Rock-bottom home prices and low interest rates help make owning a home with a VA loan more affordable than renting.
Financial Counseling for Vet Homeowners
A non-profit organization that provides financial counseling for veterans has expanded into assistance for homeowners.
Starting the Loan Application Process
Once you've determined that you are eligible for a VA home loan, you can begin the loan application process, which includes s...
Top 5 VA Home Loan Questions Answered!
Got a burning question about VA loans or SAH grants? You’re not alone.