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A great kitchen design can dramatically increase your property value – if you want to attract prospective buyers, your kitchen is the perfect place to invest money. The trick is to get it to appeal to the majority of people by spending your money on what most of them really want. Kitchen cabinetry can do…


Those of you who are about to start a remodel or are in the process of one right now, stop and take a deep breath because what I’m about to say might upset you: It’s very likely that your project is going to have … delays. It’s not unreasonable to expect your project to start…


Competition for tenants has never been more fierce, and landlords are constantly looking for ways to get ahead. While location and price are often the determining factors in a tenant’s initial property search, a newly renovated or refurbished property will always be attractive to would-be renters. Here are six easy ways you can make your…


Home renovations are a headache and they can be expensive. If you’re going to undertake them, you want to make sure you’re getting your money;s worth. Some renovations will add more value to the price of selling your home than others. These are the best Value Penguin-recommended renovations to increase the sale value of your home….


After spending hundreds to thousands of dollars on landscaping, how do you know if you’ll recoup your investment? Homeowners may wonder if their efforts are worthwhile compared to interior projects. In actuality, landscaping comes back in resale value more than you may think. According to a publication from Virginia Tech, a home landscape has been…


Home remodeling and renovation activity weakened somewhat during the second quarter. Across the board, major indicators reported slight declines, particularly in larger renovation and design projects. Nonetheless, activity overall remains well within positive territory and is expected to continue on a steady pace for the rest of the year, with kitchen and bath projects leading…


For Rob and Elizabeth Yingling of Fairfax, Va., the 10 years it took for their master bathroom to become a showpiece in their home was worth it. Last year, the couple took a sledgehammer to their master bathroom’s 1950s-era hot pink fixtures and walls that seemed fit for Barbara Eden in “I Dream of Jeannie.”For their…


One of the most important protective barriers to an apartment is the roof. They come in a few shapes and sizes, but for the most part are pretty standard on most multifamily properties. When maintained properly, apartment roofing can last for many years, even a few decades. But roofs take more abuse than any other…


A rental property can be a wonderful investment, if someone is renting it. The good news is that there are things you as a property owner can do to help your occupancy rate stay high and your rental income coming in. We’ve already shared ways you can increase your rental’s curb appeal (and why that matters) and ways to…


Nothing can kill a sale faster than a dated, closed-in kitchen area. Many of today’s buyers see the kitchen as the home’s command center, and not just a place for cooking and eating. They want the kitchen to be many things at once, hence the rise in popularity of what is known as the multifunctional…

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