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Becoming a first-time homeowner can be exciting, but it also comes with a lot of stress throughout the process. You'll have to spend time looking for the perfect home within your price range, go through the mortgage process, and then figure out the type of furnishing you want inside your new home.
Recycling home accessories may bring different connotations from what it's known for in the tech industry. For example, moving
Here are the seven upgrades suggested by design experts and real estate agents for the ultimate advice on how to rehab your kitchen (and increase your home's value!) at a cost of less than $5,000.
My environment showcases the building blocks of my passions. It gives me room to explore, prototype, experiment. The ordinary has a chance to be transformed into the extraordinary and mysterious.
This before-and-after is definitely the good life.
1. Hire a home inspector Although it adds an initial cost to your project, hiring a home inspector to take a close look at
We've told Henry that we think all of his remodel ideas are wonderful and we'll be happily looking down (or up) on them when
As a kitchen specialist, I try to educate my clients on the mistakes they can easily avoid when remodeling their kitchens. While beauty and functionality are important in the design, longevity is an equally important factor. Kitchens are a significant investment and should be designed to last twenty years or so.
Today, BuildZoom released the latest figures for the BuildZoom & Urban Economics Lab Index. The numbers show modest but continued growth in new home construction, alongside a complete recovery of existing home remodeling that has slightly slowed down.
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My kitchen is basically Design-By-Pinterest. That's the cool thing about gutting your kitchen and starting from scratch... you can dream up anything. The process was long and pretty terrible (two little kids + a pregnant woman without a kitchen = no bueno) but it all turned out great.
When remodeling, people often spend time trying to save money on materials so they can add unique features that make their home feel special. And why not? Building is a big deal, and you should reward yourself.
When you consider which home remodeling projects to tackle and which ones to shelve, it is wise to think about the payback potential. Which projects will increase the value of your home enough to recoup your investment potentially?
Eleven years ago, I took a lifeless fixer as my canvas and worked diligently to infuse it with vitality. Now, looking back, I can list five makeover strategies that helped turn a house into a home tuned for enjoyment.
I think Toilet just could never get over its fall from riches. It could not see that a comfortable life in a lovely early twentieth century bungalow could be just as satisfying as life in a mansion. Rich people's poop smells just like the poop of the middle class. But such political edifications were lost on Toilet.
Ten years ago, the young physician moved back to this former coal-mining town nestled in the Appalachians with the goal of buying a house of her own in her hometown. But not just any house: It had to be a house with character.
When it comes to the sale of your home, many a realtor will tell you the kitchen is where it's at. And they're right. But there are a lot of things you can do to the exterior of your home for a reasonable price to make the appearance more attractive and decrease the length of time your house is on the market.
It's a known fact that buyers are attracted to pretty, de-cluttered homes when searching for their newest piece of real estate. A lesser known fact, is what truly attracts a buyer, psychologically speaking.