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Housing prices in Florida have dropped 30% from last year. Condo prices have declined even further. But people looking to invest in a condo should first do their homework to avoid serious pitfalls. Dan Grech reports.
Appraisers wield a lot of power when it comes to naming a value on your property. But how exactly do they come up with that magical number? Tamara Keith reports on how the appraisal process works.
Financial hardship can be difficult for anyone, but what about someone suffering from severe anxiety, depression or other mental illness? There are places that offer both legal and medical support during trying times. Amy Scott reports.
A few weeks ago we sent word that we were looking for a financial guinea pig. Teacher Gail George answered our call enthusiastically and offered to let us to track her spending for 30 days. She explains why she wants to participate.
Alana Semuels writes the "Ask Alana" column for the L.A. Times, where she offers readers advice about relationship and money etiquette. Semuels talks about some of her favorite questions from readers.
With more people looking to turn unwanted goods into cash, yard/garage sales are looking like good alternatives for consumers wanting to save money. Cash Peters visits a garage sale to see what's up for grabs.