Every year the great folks at Remodeling Magazine put together a report titled, Cost vs. Value. The report investigates and ranks the best and worst projects for the home as it relates to the value it creates compared to it’s cost. We’ve parsed through the data to come up with the top projects where you
Whether you bleed Broncos blue and orange or are a proud supporter of the Panthers, or even if you’re just tuning in for the commercials, we’ve rounded up our annual list of awesome man caves — all ready for Super Bowl 50. Viewing essentials The “go big or go home” mantra is taken to heart
Oregon takes the #1 spot with Nevada as #7. The tendency is to move out of the Northeast to either the Southwest of West.
While I love talking real estate and selling real estate, I also want to use my blog to share other things I find interesting and think you will find enjoyable. Today is a perfect example of this because it is National Homemade Soup day and I wanted to share with you my top 5 go-to
In working with lots of buyers and sellers, I come across some really great ideas. Here are just a couple from this week that I wanted to share with all my friends: When you meet a contractor insert their contact information with their trade as the last name. I don’t remember what my electrician’s last
Kitchen space utilization is all about organization; the more organized a kitchen is, the more “stuff” you can keep within reach. Here are my 5 golden rules for keeping your kitchen completely organized. Golden Rule #1–Be a Wall Flower– Utilize all the space available (this includes walls). By hanging hooks to store utensils, it’ll free