A new study also suggests certain personalities tend to be drawn to certain types of plants inside a home.
Now that a huge wave of baby boomers has left the workforce, many are considering where and how to live in their older years.
A new survey reveals the top features buyers want as well as their pet peeves for this prime spot in the home.
This coveted kitchen space—even more so since the pandemic began—may be worthy of your attention in staging the space in a home listing.
“It appears it’s ‘in with the old and out with the new’ as vintage comes in at number one,” notes Uswitch, a consumer price-comparison website.
From countertops to flooring to colors and beyond, see what styles are hot this year.
More than half of homeowners who recently inquired about a project were told it would take at least three months for work to start.
The kitchen is the heart of the house where everyone congregated during the pandemic, and it’s still the go-to room for multiple functions.
While buyers are still seeking homes that offer safe, enjoyable shelter, new wish list items are emerging that give houses better design and function.
First-time home buyers and investors are still drawn to tiny homes for their greater affordability.
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