What are the two most common home features that home shoppers say they’re willing to spend extra for in order to have in a home? Air conditioning and new kitchen appliances, according to the 2013 Home Features Survey by the National Association of REALTORS(R).
The New York Times recently devoted an entire article to a place often overlooked in real estate showings: The refrigerator.
More Americans are showing preferences for bigger home once again, even if it means squeezing the home on a small lot, according to the first quarter Institute of Architects’ Home Design Trends Survey.
The warmer weather has home owners looking to spruce up their home’s outdoor spaces. So when it comes to do-it-yourself outdoor projects, which projects are most home owners tackling?
This infographic shows which kitchen features ranked high among shoppers and buyers.
Wood floors are in high-demand among home buyers. In fact, 90 percent of real estate agents say that homes with hardwood floors are easier to sell, and 90 percent also say that homes with hardwood flooring tend to sell for up to 10 percent more...
Find out how green building is moving into the mainstream.
Get ready for Justin Bieber posters lining the walls and video-game arcades. The “teen lounge” is the new space entering homes.
Energy efficient mortgages (EEMs, sometimes known as “green mortgages”) are loans that allow home owners to finance energy-efficient upgrades for their current home or in a new home purchase. The cost of the upgrades is rolled into the mortgage so that multiple loans are not needed.
Americans may be able to buy a higher-priced home if they buy new, according to a study by the National Association of Home Builders.
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