Here’s what you need to know about today’s version of the mother-in-law apartment.
Find out whether this is a good housing option for your market.
Learn how designers, homebuilders, and developers are working to cater to your clients’ pets.
Almost every homeowner wants to put their mark on their house. So when it’s time to sell, agents need to get creative in their marketing.
Go for classic design elements when staging a traditional home, but don’t overdo it and make the property look dated.
Whether your listing is traditional, modern, farmhouse, industrial, rustic, or coastal, know the appropriate accents to make it shine.
Whites, blacks, and grays are the staple of the modern home style, but work in accents in bright, primary colors.
Shiplap and rich woods are central to this home style, but don’t overdo the design scheme with too much kitsch.
For oceanfront homes, tie the aquatic environment into the staging to give your listing extra pizzazz.
This home style has evolved beyond urban oases by adding glam elements that warm up cool metal surfaces and accents.
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