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When you put your home up for sale, every single detail matters. Potential buyers and appraisers miss nothing, so make sure you always put your home’s best foot forward. While you may love the bright orange paint in the kitchen and could care less about the lack of greenery in the backyard, prospective buyers may…


When you rent a property with an adjoining lawn, who is responsible for mowing it, you or your tenant? What about aerating, dethatching, and fertilizing it? What about landscaping for multi-family properties? What do you do when tenants want to put in a vegetable patch or flower garden? How can you minimize dog damage when…


Landscaping maintenance for your rentals can be important in attracting tenants, so the maintenance checklist from Keepe this week looks at 5 simple landscaping techniques to help. Property managers know that landscaping maintenance is often regarded as one of their required responsibilities,  and investing in landscaping is key in both attracting tenants and increasing rental-property value….


For years, the student housing amenities race catered to the needs and wants of Millennials: features like tanning beds, lazy rivers and housekeeping services. Now, student housing is taking a more modest direction. That’s because Gen Z students, those born between 1995 and 2008, are savers—not spenders—thanks to the trauma they experienced watching their parents struggle…


So, you’re considering revamping your space and you’re looking into the options available to you to do so. Sure, you could do it all on your own, but to have that straight out of a magazine looking home requires a professional’s touch. But with so many types of design professionals, how do you know which one is right for…


Think a room or home that’s small in size can’t be big in design? Think again. It couldn’t be further from the truth. No matter the space, whether it’s a studio apartment or a room in an average-sized home that happens to be disproportionately small (like a powder room created from an extra closet), there…


Post-disaster reconstruction should focus on more than just the rebuilding of damaged and destroyed structures and cities. It also provides an opportunity to employ improved design methods, construction techniques and materials that will create stronger and more sustainable buildings. By utilizing resilient design, buildings and communities are better positioned to withstand the regional and local…


Drew and Jonathan Scott love busting down kitchen walls to make open floor plans on their show “Property Brothers: Forever Home.” But what happens when their clients ask them to put a wall up, effectively cutting the kitchen in half? In the recent episode “Miracle House to Forever Home,” we learn that Irina and Dean had moved into a small, two-bedroom…


As we start to shift our gazes toward the new beginnings that a new year and a new decade bring (yes, already!), we’re contemplating all things “fresh” at home. Maybe 2020 is the year you finally commit to the renovation you’ve been dreaming about for years … or at least get the ball rolling. We…


Before you look at what’s trending in layouts, cabinets, countertops, appliances, flooring and all of the other components that go into creating a successful kitchen or bath, it’s helpful to understand the macro trends driving the particular choices homeowners make. These are more revealing, more important and more enduring than the paint color of the…

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