Planning to sell your home? Take note of a few things beforehand. Even the tiniest drip of a faucet, a stuck drawer, or a squeaky set of stairs can deter buyers.
It’s that time of the year! Check out these 9 tips for closing your cabin for the off-season
The crisp fall season is a great time to grow a slew of vegetables and flowers, from vitamin-packed kale to striking irises.
This article discusses how to navigate the emotional aspects of downsizing your home.
Our lawyers discuss the legality around sellers using hidden cameras while a potential buyer tours their property.
I grew up with traditional Korean parents who placed an emphasis on creating a home that was reliable and stable. Feng shui gives me that energy.
Learn how to clean a washing machine, including front-loading and top-loading machines, to get your laundry as clean as possible.
How much time and money should you spend staging your home? And do you have to renovate every room? We’re here to help answer your questions as you prep your home for sale.
First-time buyers, searching for a starter home, should take special care to prep their finances so they can move quickly when they find a home that suits them.
Their old world, country-chic appeal, gives exposed ceiling beams a dramatic look.
After you’ve completed your home sale with your pet, there are some things to keep in mind as you move into a new property with your happy, sweet, furry friend.
This article discusses what to consider when working on a kitchen remodel. Should you run your kitchen cabinets to the ceiling?
Find out what your options are if you inherit real estate property.
Even a cozy home can use some festive flair. Many homeowners have decked the halls early this year.
The mudroom may be getting renamed and becoming much more of a necessity.
There’s nothing better than a cozy, crackling fire on a cold winter night.
Statistics show that 85 percent of a house’s heat loss is straight up through the attic space.
Ice wrangler Jennifer Shea Hedberg crafts luminaria wonderlands—and teaches others to do the same.
In our eco-conscious (and money-conscious) age, there’s really no excuse for wasting energy at home.
The longest-running peril of social media continues to be the omnipresent misperception of those around you based on their own “selective sharing.”
Buyers and sellers alike want options to view homes remotely and keep everyone involved in a transaction as safe as possible.
Down payment gifts, or mortgage gift funds, are increasing in popularity as more and more first-time homebuyers enter the market.
Whether you’re following a new recipe, preparing multiple dishes at once or simply desire to cook in a clean, stress-free environment, organization is key.
After you’ve completed your home sale with pets, there are some things to keep in mind as you move into a new property with your furry friend. Moving homes can be a confusing time for your pets, but there are tips you can implement to make the transition for your animals as seamless as possible.
If you’re a homebuyer attending open houses, it’s important to know the etiquette — and good questions to ask
If your goal is to own a house, keep in mind that four in 10 first-time homebuyers are paying off student loans. So, buying a home with debt is possible.
If your bathroom hasn’t been updated at all since 1968, it may be time to replace everything from the pea-green countertops to the dingy bathtub.
Scammers are targeting everyone and seem to zero in particularly on seniors.