If you're looking to make a big change around the house, tidying up can make all the difference.
Spring is peak home-buying season, but for some, a low credit score may make it difficult for their dream home to become a reality.
June, which is Home Safety Month, is a great opportunity to learn how to use new technology in order to help protect your family.
Updating your home flooring? From durability to style to color, there are many things to consider — and you'll want to be sure these elements match your family's lifestyle.
It may be a seller's market, but with smart research, foresight and planning, you can make a wise purchase.
As a member of America's Homeowners Alliance, HomeFree-USA welcomes you to sign up for free through June 30.
A good credit score is something to which everyone should aspire as it's one of the key determinants when one seeks to borrow money — and getting a low rate when you do.
One 24-year-old from Alabama Avenue in southeast D.C. recently made his first step to building wealth for his family.
Each person after the age of 18, the legal age of adulthood, should have a Power of Attorney document in place.
The District of Columbia has taken a big step in its fight to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
America has half as many black-owned banks as existed 15 years ago.
Renowned Maryland-based Pappas Crabcakes and Danny Meyer's Shake Shack will join MGM National Market, the casino resort's lineup of casual restaurants, at National Harbor in Oxon Hill.
Lisa Porter has been selected as the new senior vice president and chief financial officer of the D.C.-based Industrial Bank.
A newly-released review of the Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program shows that 13,969 youth between the ages of 14 and 24 participated in the program last summer, with expenditures totaling $19.3 million.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has launched the first annual June Housing Bloom, a monthlong initiative that focuses on affordable housing and the revitalization of neighborhoods across the city.