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Staged Homes Sell Best
Home staging is key to attracting home shoppers, and maybe even more so in an era where consumers are used to watching TV home-makeover shows.
Budgeting For Homeownership
Here are some lesser-known homeownership fees that buyers should budget for.
Calling The Experts
There are some things a home inspector can’t evaluate. Make sure you’re prepared.
The Future-Proof Kitchen
The price of remodeling a kitchen can be expensive. Make sure the changes you make will stand the test of time.
When it comes to purchasing a home there are a lot of factors to take into consideration.
Current homeowners are often eager to give advice. Unfortunately, sometimes that advice is a little out of date.
TV shows make home remodeling look simple, but two-thirds of homeowners regret not calling an expert.
Not all home improvements are created equal. These five projects will reward you the most when it comes time to sell.
The Homeownership Dream
Despite affordability challenges, California renters continue to hold homeownership in high regard.
Save The Sale
Check out these three home repairs that could save your sale.
Hack-Proof Your Smart Home
As the number of households using smart-home devices increase, so does the potential for your home to be hacked.
Homeownership in the U.S. has fallen sharply since the housing boom peaked.
Power of Pets
In 2016, 61% of U.S. households owned a pet or planned to own one in the future.
For concerns surrounding those with disabilities to those affecting the LGBTQ community, various social issues are taking center stage.
Aspirational, But Practical
First-time millennial homeowners are aspirational, but practical about homeownership.
Here's how various generations view their financial situations.
Here's a look at the projects with the greatest and least return on investment in 2017.
Living an Eco-Friendly Lifestyle
The decisions that brands and businesses make reflect heavily on a consumer's perception.
First-Time Buyers Gain Traction
After slipping for three straight years, the U.S. share of sales to first-time home buyers increased.
Does community involvement by a company translate into customer loyalty?
The U.S. is at the beginning of a 20-plus-year surge in the older population, and is at a critical point for affordable housing options.