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Between cooking weeknight dinners, Sunday meal prep, and hosting friends, we tend to spend a lot of time in our kitchens. It’s also one of the first rooms guests see, and it’s at the heart of holiday gatherings. For all of these reasons, keeping our kitchens updated, stylish, and functional is perhaps more important than any other…


Every seller wants their home to stand out from the crowd, and that often means beefing it up with shiny new improvements before putting it on the market. But sometimes owners go overboard, and the repairs become more costly and time-consuming than they’re worth. To help you learn from others’ mistakes, we gathered real-life stories of home…


As a renter, finding a flipped property can be great. After all, you’re moving into a recently renovated space that’s clean, modern, up to code and generally more visually appealing, right? Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Some flipped properties are done very quickly, and in the process, hazardous shortcuts might have been taken. It’s important to…


  THE RUSH TO PLUSH We’re seeing a return to plush furniture. More people today are moving towards rich, plush sofas and chairs. Their rounded shapes and often over-stuffed bodies scream comfort and relaxation while hinting at luxury. Large, plush pillows are increasingly used with these plush seats, though they can also be put on…


Residents affected by the three fires scorching parts of California have yet another ordeal to contend with: beginning the homeowners’ insurance claims process. Two of the blazes — the Hill Fire and the Woolsey Fire — ignited in southern California on Thursday, setting off evacuations, according to the Ventura County Fire Department. Meanwhile, the Camp…


Q: I have been renting out my townhouse for about nine years without a problem until the current renters. They have lived in my rental home for five years, and recently moved out. There are long cuts in the linoleum flooring in the kitchen, which appear as though someone took a knife to the floor,…


Every landlord’s dream is to have reliable tenants who move into their property and live happily without causing any trouble or causing any issues in their homes. But the reality is that it is common for tenants to make some damages on your property, which often results in you having to deduct some cash from…


A rental property can be a great way to generate income, but when a rental sits vacant, it can quickly drain your bank account. I recently lost my long-term tenants. As I walked through my empty rental, I realized it was a far cry from the turnkey condition it used to be. Everywhere I looked,…


Today, there is no shortage of apartment owners upgrading their tired properties with unit renovations, clubhouse transformations, and new amenities. These improvements work: Landlords can charge higher rents and implement new revenue streams like utility reimbursement, and they will likely sell their property for a higher price than if they never did the renovation. There…


As a real estate investor, your goal is to make a profit. To do that, you need to manage your expenses and increase the revenue coming in each month. To be able to attract potential tenants willing to spend top dollar for rent, you need to make sure your home stands out. But that doesn’t…

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