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Always Hire an Expert for Your Concrete Cutting Needs

Always Hire an Expert for Your Concrete Cutting Needs

While you may be tempted to complete your concrete cutting project yourself, it's always best to hire an expert. To do your project on your own, you may need to rent expensive equipment. Also, you may not have the expertise. Just one mistake can be costly.Read More »

5 Tips for Marketing New Home Developments

5 Tips for Marketing New Home Developments

You can't just build a home with an attractive curb appeal, put up a "for sale" sign and expect buyers to flock in. That might not work for the 21st century home buyer.Read More »

The Primary Things to Do in Maintaining a Home Security System

The Primary Things to Do in Maintaining a Home Security System

Keeping your home safe from criminals isn't an easy thing to do. Choosing the right security system is one of the decisions you need to make. But it doesn't end there, because a security system needs regular maintenance to function efficiently. This is a way to make sure that your property and family is safe for the days to come.Read More »

4 Ways to Reduce the Risks of Injuries at Open Houses and Showings

4 Ways to Reduce the Risks of Injuries at Open Houses and Showings

A great deal of planning goes into selling a home. There's the staging, the scheduling of open houses, and the upkeep of the home until a potential buyer is found. But one thing sellers often overlook is the potential for injuries. What if someone slips, falls and injures themselves while touring the home?Read More »

Finance & Mortgage
London Outbound Migration At Record Levels, Home Affordability Key Driver

London Outbound Migration At Record Levels, Home Affordability Key Driver

According to the UK's Office for National Statistics, which tracks internal moves within the UK, migration from London to other parts of the UK reached its highest ever level in 2018. International property consultant Knight Frank reports Scotland was the most popular destination for London leavers, though there is no breakdown of where specifically individuals moved within the country.

Smart And Climate-Resilient Buildings: The Future Of Real Estate Investment

Smart And Climate-Resilient Buildings: The Future Of Real Estate Investment

Climate change has created a huge demand for sustainable and resilient design and construction. Climate-resilient design focuses on the design of buildings, landscapes, communities, and regions to respond to natural disasters and the effects of climate change, such as rising sea levels, increasing heatwaves and regional droughts.

Celebrity Homes
Rose McGowan says she didn't slam #MeToo

Rose McGowan says she didn't slam #MeToo

Rose McGowan is clarifying some criticism she made that reportedly pitted her against the #MeToo movement.

George W. Bush announces wedding of his daughter

George W. Bush announces wedding of his daughter

Barbara Pierce Bush was married Sunday in a private ceremony in coastal Maine, her family announced in a

Ben Affleck opens up about battle with alcohol addiction

Ben Affleck opens up about battle with alcohol addiction

Ben Affleck posted an Instagram statement Thursday in which he revealed that he recently completed a 40-day stay

Kim Kardashian’s former bodyguard sued for $6M by insurance company

Kim Kardashian’s former bodyguard sued for $6M by insurance company

It's been two years since Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in Paris, and her former security guard Pascal

Latest News

What Are the Consequences of Unpaid Debt?

Kicking the can down the road means continually putting off making a tough choice or taking an important action because it's difficult. And this is the situation many Americans find themselves in when it comes to debt-pushing off what they owe month after month, promising to address at a later date. But life gets busier, debt gets deeper and the likelihood of proactively addressing it just keeps getting farther away. Does this cycle sound familiar to you?

Compact Appliances for Small Sized Living

More and more of us are now choosing to downsize and live in a smaller space. Those of us who have chosen to live in portable homes or a renovation of a small space know just how tough it can be to fit everything in.

Summer Luxury Market Update

Realtor.com's latest data on 85 luxury markets confirms today's definition of luxury is extremely localized with some markets showing declining sales and price growth. While others like Tampa are summertime hot.

Top 25 Cities Where Home Values Are Soaring

While across the U.S. many housing markets have been undermined by a recent slowdown, in many other markets times have been good. Looking at the year-over-year change in median home values for the 300 largest cities, sourced from Zillow, reveals an impressive number of cities that have seen home values appreciate by more than 10% in just one year: 25 cities in total.

The Housing Slowdown Is Hitting These Cities Hardest

Across the U.S., housing markets have been gripped by a general cooling off after years of surging home values and sales. Such a development is only natural, but it often impacts cities very unevenly, with some housing markets feeling the slowdown to a much more serious degree than others.

New Zillow Zestimate Accuracy

Zillow just updated its Zestimates of house values. If you follow Zillow's estimate of your house's value, you might want to check it out now and see if it changed.

Cleaning House Checklist – How to Clean Things in 1 MINUTE

My husband and I are not only married to one another, we are also married to our jobs. When it comes time to clean, sometimes we just aren't there.

Featured Stories

The Surprising Story Of Rugby, Tennessee

The Surprising Story Of Rugby, Tennessee

A cluster of Victorian English houses is an unexpected sight along a rural two-lane Tennessee road. With gingerbread and gables, they look like imports from a Charles Dickens novel. In fact, Rugby was an unexpected Tennessee town as its architecture looks today.

The History Behind The $5 Million Mansion in 'The Last Black Man In San Francisco’

The History Behind The $5 Million Mansion in 'The Last Black Man In San Francisco’

Perhaps no film in recent memory has centered so much around a house as The Last Black Man In San Francisco. The classic Victorian home is featured extensively throughout the course of the film - in many ways embodying a secondary persona of protagonist Jimmie Fails.

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