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When a home is on the market, it’s all about creating a light and bright feel throughout the space to welcome buyers. A home seller can do this in a number of ways by utilizing natural light, painting and adding more indoor lighting. The more light bouncing around each room, the bigger the home will…


Roofing problems have the potential to impact any homeowner who isn’t living in a nuclear bomb-proof bunker, which means that it’s essential to detect any problems and fix them early on, before they get out of hand. By taking preventative action as opposed to fixing the roof after its caved in, you should be able…


“First Time Flippers” is train-wreck reality TV at its finest: The DIY Network show, which recently aired its Season 5 premiere, features real-life rookie house flippers as they fumble their way through. The results? Well, let’s just let the actions of Liz and Ray speak for themselves. In the “Don’t Quit on a Sand Pit” episode, this St. Petersburg,…


Renting a house or apartment carries many benefits for renters, including saving money and offering flexibility. However, home improvement restrictions on rented properties mean that many renters often feel frustrated that they cannot update their homes in the ways they need or want. At Home Improvement Leads, we believe that property managers have the ability…


There are a number of flooring choices out there on the market, and it may be hard to pinpoint which flooring type is best for a new build. But some products are winning over buyers more than others for the benefits offered. Remodeling contributor Kacey Bradley presents four flooring trends that homeowners love right now….


Mold problems can be incredibly expensive to repair, sometimes requiring entire rooms being torn down to the studs. Certain types of mold can cause illnesses from skin irritation to obstructive lung disease. What is truly frightening about mold is how easily it grows. One study from the University of Arizona showed that 100% of the…


Wondering what stylish homes will look like next year? According to Pantone, the color authority turned trend forecaster, homeowners in the know will be flashing some fringe and going geometric and iridescent in 2018. This week at the International Home and Housewares Show in Chicago, Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, introduced the home decor…


Reducing water consumption has become more important than ever. This is especially true in areas that experience frequent or long term drought conditions. Many property managers find themselves under water use restrictions or increased prices on water overages. The good news is that there are many ways to reduce water bills that are not occupant…


A functional and beautiful kitchen, flowing floor plan, plenty of storage, and spacious master bathroom will help win buyers’ hearts. However, often before they see those areas, they see your landscape. It’s the curb appeal theory that I’m talking about. Some buyers will decide based on the look of the outside of your home whether…


A new report by the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) finds a shortage of 7.4 million affordable and available rental homes for extremely low income (ELI) renter households, those with incomes at or below 30% of their area median income or the poverty guideline. The GAP: A Shortage of Affordable Homes finds there are…

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