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Childproof Your Home Without Sacrificing Your Decor

Kids are the cutest. That’s why parents are quick to make some major adjustments in the home to make sure there aren’t any booby-traps waiting in the midst for the kids hurt themselves with. But your stylish ways don’t necessarily have to be thrown out the window in the name of child-proofing your domain. Here […]

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Here’s the Scoop on High-Efficiency LED Lighting For Your Home

Remember back in the day when LED lights first came out on the market? People were slow to adopt them because they gave off sort of a bluish-white tint, which didn’t exactly match the bright-light incandescent lightbulb variations. So unless homeowners were willing to replace every bulb in the house, LED lights were sort of […]

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5 Cool Furniture Options That Will Let Your Guest Room Double as an Office

Unless you live in a massive home with tons of rooms scattered throughout, designing spaces that can do double duty just makes sense. Take the guest room, for instance. How many times is that space going to be used to accommodate overnighters? Maybe a few times a year? So what are you supposed to do […]

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Incorporating Pantone’s Serenity & Rose Quartz Into Your Home Decor

Not one, but two colors have been chosen by Pantone as the ‘it’ shades of 2016. The winners? Pantone 13-1520 TCX (Rose Quartz) and Pantone 14-3919-TCX (Serenity). In layman’s terms, that would be pastel pink and pastel blue (with a touch of lavender). So what’s up with these specific color choices? According to Pantone, it […]

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Ever Wonder What the Values of Those Homes in the Movies Are?

Certain homes play a key role in the movies they’re featured in. Imagine Home Alone without a home for Kevin to get stuck in, or Father of the Bride without the house that George Banks sees being transformed into a wedding venue for his daughter’s upcoming nuptials. Many of the movie homes still remain after […]

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Micro Apartments: Tiny Living Starts Trending Around the US

Good things come in small packages. Last least that’s the case with the shrinking apartments that are sweeping across major cities in the US. They’re called micro apartments, and they can be as small as 150 square feet – much smaller than your average studio apartment. These tiny units are the latest housing trend that’s […]

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Existing Housing Outlook: Sales Surging

  Americans are loving their previously-owned homes – sales spiked in September to the highest they’ve been in more than eight years. Perhaps it’s a sign that the residential housing market is recovering enough to support continued growth of the economy. September sales of existing homes spiked to 4.7 percent – the second-highest pace in […]

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6 Unique Bar Ideas for Serving Guests in Your Home

If you entertain regularly, you know that alcohol can be a great addition to any party. Even if you serve only beer and wine, it’s important to have a good selection to satisfy each of your guest’s tastes. But the majority of the time, you likely won’t need a full bar on a daily basis. […]

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10 Amazing Apps That Will Make Your Next House Move a Breeze

Gearing up for a move in the near future? Everyone who’s been in the middle of a real estate transaction knows that the process can be stressful – from the selling and buying process, to the move itself. That’s why any little bit of help in this department is much appreciated and welcomed. These days, […]

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5 Signs of an Upcoming Buyers Market

Simply put, a buyer’s market is basically one that favors buyers. While this isn’t exactly rocket science, there’s a little more that goes into officially identifying a buyer’s market.  If you’re a homebuyer sitting on the sidelines waiting for the market to shift in your favor, here are some tell-tale signs things might just start […]

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