Real Estate News
Curb appeal makes a big difference in the value of your home. Here are a few projects to boost your home's curb appeal and make it shine.
Making just one energy-efficiency improvement won't make a difference in your energy bills — you have to make several upgrades before you'll save money.
Trees add shade in summer and provide a windbreak in winter, saving you money. But not all trees are good for your yard. Here are a few you should avoid.
Decluttering is good for your home and your health. Here are a few ways to sort out what's important and what you can get rid of.
Many families are living simply in very small homes. Here's how they do it.
Learn how to fix holes in walls, cover up crayon marks, remove caulk, unclog a drain, and erase scratches on wood floors so your home will stand out to potential buyers.
Learn about 5 factors that can help you set a price for your home that's comparable to similar homes.
Learn about new regulations that change the way you work with mortgage lenders.
Sleek, simple, and casual kitchens and bathrooms are in for 2013.
Cleaning can be an overwhelming chore, but we've got tips to make the job go by faster and easier.
Tax time can be less painful for home owners who take advantage of incentives. Here are a few common tax filing errors and how to avoid them.
Painting is one of the most effective, and least expensive, ways to brighten a room. Here are some ideas for making rooms seem larger, and how to do it right.
If a house could win an Oscar, which would get the statue? We have a few award-worthy tips for making your home golden.
Winter is a great time to rethink your kitchen's organization. We have some unique ideas to make your pantry a stylish storage heaven.
Improve the look of your home in 15 minutes or less.
The return potential on your remodeling investment is up, according to the Cost vs. Value Report.
Home owners get to keep three major tax benefits: The mortgage interest deduction, the capital gains exclusion, and the property tax deduction.
We have pointers for inexpensive ways to give your home a facelift to prepare it for sale.
Every time you move, take care of these things: Change the locks, locate your circuit breaker, and find your water shutoff valve.
Kids' prying eyes often find holiday presents before it's time to open them — but you can fool them by picking good hiding spots.