Many of us have heard scary stories of new home owners dealing with costly and even dangerous home repairs they did not expect. From leaky septic tanks to radon gas, to moldy walls and all the things that freeze in the night, it’s a home inspector’s job to make sure that those situations don’t happen to you. In this episode of Neighbor to Neighbor we speak with Adam Morvee of Ground Up Inspections. What, on its surface, may seem like a dry subject is anything but, as Adam shares tidbits and stories from his years of home inspecting.
What is an emergency savings fund, and why is it important?
An emergency savings fund (aka rainy-day savings) is money you put away to help you deal with unplanned problems. Most people are good at dealing with planned...Read On
What is a savings account, and how does it work?
What is a savings account, and how does it work? A savings account is a place to put money you don’t want to spend right away. Typically, money is put into...Read On
How much money should I have in my emergency savings?
Stash Savings is designed to create an emergency fund (aka rainy-day savings), which is key to a less stressful (and more hopeful) financial life. You can earn...Read On