Sustainable materials, energy savings and smart home technology are high on the list of buyer wants in a home. But there are some other architectural and design trends that will change the way Americans live in 2018 and beyond. When planning a remodel, it pays to pay attention to green features, as well as to improved floor plans that will make a home more comfortable, more appealing and more functional.
The major problem that the vast majority of buyers will run into – especially when purchasing their first home – has to do with a lease agreement that is still active with their apartment complex at the time of the purchase.
Selling your home is one of the most stressful things you’ll ever go through and one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. However, there’s a lot more to selling your home than just sticking a sign out in the front yard. Most likely, your home will need a little work before it is perfect.
Not all homeowners are aware that home insurance policies don’t necessarily cover damage related to a flood, as the risks are too great.
Distressed real estate is real estate in need of serious repairs. These properties are often called “handyman specials.” If you have the skill or the money to complete the repairs, you can often find great deals. Here are some dos and donts of buying distressed real estate.
If you’re looking to get more from your home garden, here are four easy ways to improve a green thumb.
Although some communities report more break ins than others, everyone should be aware of their home’s safety and security.
One of the benefits of having a yard is the ability to build a tree fort for your children.