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The bathroom is one of the humblest and undoubtedly hardworking rooms in the house. But just because the space is utilitarian, doesn’t mean it should be lacking in style.
How do you avoid buyer’s remorse? Throughout the home buying process, stay grounded by asking yourself the following questions.
Around my neighborhood, I see vinyl, cedar, metal and a number of other fence types. Here are the pros and cons of homeowners’ most popular choices.
A recent survey by Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate shows that 77 percent of Gen X & Gen Y home buyers want their homes “equipped with the technological capabilities they have grown accustomed to.”
From the new film interpretation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic to Tiffany’s Gatsby-inspired “Jazz Age Glamour” collection — the Roaring ’20s are everywhere. The home is no exception.
While many Americans are ready to take on remodeling/renovation projects this spring, doing it the wrong way can be costly.
Buying and selling at the same time brings up a whole new set of challenges, but those who plan well in advance can make it happen smoothly.
Repainting your walls and redecorating with a new color scheme could be the solution — or at least the first step in getting out of your rut.
We all have those quirks in our home that unfortunately can’t be fixed with a fresh coat of paint. But many of us learn to love it, quirks and all, or list it eventually.
Spring brings to mind rituals of cleaning and planting, but it’s also the time of year when most homeowners decide what improvements they hope — or need — to make in the warmer months ahead.
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