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As the weather improves this spring, it is time to consider changing or improving the exterior paint color for your rental property so here is a quick guide in this week’s maintenance checkup from Keepe. Choosing exterior paint colors can be tricky, especially for a multifamily property where you have to keep in mind the variety…


Renovating your home is an exciting step towards truly making it yours. Whether you’ve bought a bargain fixer-upper and want to transform it into your dream home or you simply wish to renovate a few rooms, going over designs, styles and new layouts is always a lot of fun.  However, undertaking your first renovation project…


Every landlord knows that maintaining a rental property is hard work. Between making sure tenants are happy to constantly keeping up with maintenance requests, finding the time to successfully plan and execute renovations can be challenging. Before starting a renovation, here are a few suggestions to make sure that your project is completed in a…


When it comes to kitchen island ideas, you probably think you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all. Sure, there are variations in cabinet colors, countertop styles (hi, waterfall countertops), and sizes, but for the most part, all kitchen islands are very similar in shape: They are rectangular, or in smaller kitchens, square, like a butcher block. They are…


Whether you invest in, develop or manage residential buildings, you’re always trying to make the most of your budget and invest wisely in your properties to help attract great residents. Giving a little extra attention to design can go a long way toward meeting those goals in cost-effective and eye-catching fashion. We like to use…


Saving cash to replace that rusty old refrigerator? Thinking about remodeling the kitchen?? Without a doubt, these are expenses we all dread about. Spending on buying or replacing kitchen appliances puts a dent in the wallet. So, how to go on remodeling or replacing in a way that saves some money? Fear not, we are here…


Preparing your home for the hot season is the best thing you can do to save money and have peace of mind. From replacing the batteries in your smoke alarms to opening up your pool, spring is the ideal time to start getting your home in tip-top shape before summer settles in for a few…


With years of experience designing, renovating, and staging spec homes (short for “speculation,” that is, homes builders create without a buyer yet on board), designer Julie Kantrowitz knows what makes a home sellable. The New Jersey-based founder of JK Interior Living looks to the projects she’s designed for clients and her knowledge of the home market to…


Cold weather can take its toll on a property, especially in regions of the world where winters are harsh. Most parts of the landscape are vulnerable to damage from winter storms, but trees may be especially susceptible. By the end of winter, many homeowners wonder if their trees would benefit from some professional TLC. Tree…


Covering the cost of a major home repair is one of the great challenges of home ownership — especially if you’re a landlord. Things can go wrong even in newly constructed homes, so it just makes sense to be ready for the unexpected. But there are some repairs, like a new roof or a new…

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