Move-in-ready appeal is important as cash-strapped consumers look for properties in which they don’t have to sink extra money, a new NAR report finds.
Demand for outdoor features has boomed since the start of the pandemic. These projects stand to earn the most at resale, according to a new survey.
Interior design experts discuss what’s new and next for this comeback design style.
On the multifamily front, high costs and a greater concern for the environment are spurring efforts to cut construction time and expense while increasing sustainability. Mass timber shines through as a viable answer.
Homeowners are taking more chances with daring color combinations and major renovations to bring the outdoors inside. Your clients will be eyeing these 10 home styles this year.
If you’re in a cold-weather climate, don’t let the winter blues bring down your listing’s curb appeal.
Work with sellers to pare their possessions before they move, and suggest similar strategies for those who stay and want to live in less crowded surroundings.
A new home design movement prioritizes property features that are meant to raise the lifestyle of your four-legged sidekick.
After years of touting grays, beiges and greiges, design pundits are encouraging homeowners to embrace vibrant hues and lively patterns. The trick is doing it right.
After almost three years of pandemic life, homeowners understand the significant value of having a yard. Here are 8 ideas for getting creative with outdoor space.
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