Sorry, Sellers: Your ‘For Sale’ Sign May Be ‘Ugly and Desperate’—Here’s Why

Ivan_Sabo/iStock; Planting a “For Sale” sign in front of the house is probably the very first way anyone ever spread the word that they’re selling their home. Only these days, this simple sales tactic seems to be on the chopping block—one town in Connecticut may soon ban “For Sale” signs completely. The Board of Realtors® […] Continue reading →

Home Energy Audit May Be Coming Soon—and Why Your Home May Not Measure Up

archideaphoto/iStock Car buyers worried about their gas bill can check out a vehicle’s estimated fuel efficiency on a sticker posted on the window. Those in the market for major household appliances can compare energy costs on the accompanying yellow tags. So shouldn’t home buyers be able to assess a home’s energy efficiency—or inefficiency—when browsing property […] Continue reading →

4506 Albert Martin – San Antonio TX 78253

4506 Albert Martin - San Antonio TX 78253 SOLD! 4 Bedrooms plus Study and Flex Room Patio Slab, Covered Patio, Privacy Fence, Sprinkler System, Double Pane Windows, Has Gutters, Special Yard Lighting 3/1 Bathrooms Lot Size: 0.23 2905 Sq Ft (approx) Wonderful Executive One Story Home and Former Model boasts a Spacious 2905 SF living space w/ an open floorplan, 12 ft High […] Continue reading →

Miami’s Soft Condo Market Could Turn Around by 2020

Stickney Design / Getty Images Homebuyers are likely to absorb Miami’s abundance of unsold condos within the next two years, as developers hesitate to break ground on new projects, according to predictions from developer and consultant ISG World. Over the past two years, demand for newly built condominiums failed to keep up with frenzied development in […] Continue reading →

You’ll Never Guess the Hottest Remodel of 2018

cyano66/iStock The hottest remodeling jobs of the year aren’t all about installing new kitchen cabinets or countertops, putting an eye-catching backsplash above the stove, or adding a sleek yet functional kitchen island. Instead, 2018 is all about the john. Nearly a quarter of homeowners plan to remodel their bathrooms over the next year, according to HomeAdvisor’s […] Continue reading →

‘Top Chef’ Alum Accused of Poisoning Neighbor’s Tree; Here’s the Twisted Reason

David Moir/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images What can you do when your neighbor’s tree crowds out the sunlight you were hoping to capture with your solar panels? You could adjust the panels, perhaps, or have a chat with your neighbor about pruning—or resort to more cloak-and-dagger tactics. That’s the approach that “Top Chef” alum Adam […] Continue reading →