Inside Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s $3.8M Renovation—and One Horrible Eyesore They’re Adding

DANNY LAWSON/AFP/Getty Images Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are sparing no expense while renovating their new home, Frogmore Cottage—and the latest reports reveal how much they’re spending, and on what! According to The Times of London, the royal couple will throw down $3.8 million on Frogmore, which is located on the grounds of Windsor Castle, about 30 miles west of […] Continue reading →

Seaside Style! 9 Classic Mediterranean Revival Homes Now on the Market

realtor.com Mediterranean Revival–style homes in the U.S. aren’t simply limited to Florida and California. In fact, you can find the signature red-tile roofs, stucco interior walls, wrought-iron balconies, and arched or circular windows in states such as Wisconsin and Connecticut. These homages to seaside villas offer a striking (and welcome!) contrast to their neighbors’ more conventional […] Continue reading →

The Bedbug Capital of the U.S.: Do You Live There?

SementsovaLesia/iStock Of all of the pest infestations someone can have, bedbugs are one of the worst. The bloodsuckers often live in mattresses and couches, and wait until someone lies down to attack—leaving red, itchy bumps and welts in their wake. And get ridding of them isn’t easy or cheap. So which cities have the biggest […] Continue reading →

Kylie Jenner’s Kid Gets a Chair That May Traumatize Her—See Pics

Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Huffington Post Christmas is over, but the gifts just keep coming for Kylie Jenner’s little daughter, Stormi Webster. Case in point: Travis Scott, Stormi’s dad, just dropped off a chair that’s, um, quite a statement! As you’ll clearly see in Jenner’s recent Instagram post below, the plush chair is made of stuffed animal hides. No, not just […] Continue reading →

First-Time Home Buyer Hell: Their Biggest Mistakes and Regrets

BartekSzewczyk/iStock Life is full of regrets. There are those unfortunate fashion choices, such as shoulder pads, hammer pants, and the mullet. There’s your crazy ex. (What were you thinking?) And then there’s everything you did wrong when you bought your first home. The biggest regret of first-time home buyers was that their new abodes turned […] Continue reading →

Do Drug Treatment Facilities Really Lower Property Values? Finally, an Answer

John Moore/Getty Images As the opioid crisis rages on, those affected struggle to find treatment. One potential reason? People don’t want rehab centers in their backyards. The arrival of a substance-abuse treatment center in a new neighborhood can spark protests, heated city hall meetings, and other attempts to block developments. Some homeowners believe the introduction of substance-abuse treatment […] Continue reading →