Courtesy of Realtor.com Buying a fixer-upper is one of those endeavors that looks so fun on TV (thanks, Chip and Joanna Gaines). But make no mistake:
Courtesy of Realtor.com As autumn’s chill firmly takes hold, if you’re really on your game, you’ve been systematically sealing up your home to protect it from the usual pests that find
Courtesy of Realtor.com No matter how gorgeous your home is, it could contain an item or two that happens to scare the pants off anyone who walks through
Courtesy of Realtor.com For a majority of people, buying your first home is financially daunting. Beyond the paperwork and negotiating, there’s that big mortgage looming.
Courtesy of Realtor.com Buying your first home is incredibly exciting, but there’s also more than a little bit of stress that comes with it. A
Courtesy of Realtor.com When people buy a home, a number of factors influence their decision. The look of the home, as well as its size, layout,
Courtesy of Visit California Record precipitation means water is flowing better than ever—go see these waterfalls while they’re still at their peak. Winter 2017’s epic
Courtesy of Realtor.com f you’ve fantasized about how to build a “barndominium”—a barn that’s been converted into a living space for humans—then join the club. Barn conversions
Courtesy of Realtor.com No matter how many fond memories you’ve accumulated in your home, there may come a time when you start wondering: Should I sell
Courtesy of Realtor.com Price cuts have been replaced by bidding wars. A once-sleepy downtown is flush with urban-renewal projects. A luxury condo tower with penthouses
Courtesy of Realtor.com When you’re plunking down a big bundle of cash for a house, you need to protect it from all that could go wrong—and
Courtesy of Realtor.com Every weekend, countless satisfying business transactions take place in front yards and garages across the country. Yard sales are America’s collective treasure
Courtesy of Realtor.com A home with a gorgeous yard isn’t just easy on the eyes: Well-landscaped homes also sell for 5.5% to 12.7% more, according
Courtesy of Realtor.com Is your kitchen hopelessly outdated, and your bathroom a blast from the past? Then it sounds like you’re overdue for some home
Courtesy of Realtor.com April showers will soon bring May flowers … or a slushy mud pit if your yard is more untended jungle than Martha Stewart perfection.