If you own affordable property that can be purchased by entry-level buyers, you are in an ideal position to profit from the real estate tide to come.
New data from The Joint Center for Housing Studies shows that household formation has slowed dramatically from 1.2 to 1.4 million annually between … read more
Homeowners in rainy and hilly areas know how aggravating it is to keep top soil from draining from their gardens. Replacing topsoil can be expensive and time consuming, so here are some suggestions for keeping precious topsoil where it belongs and doing what it’s supposed to do – giving your … read more
One of the best ways for homeowners to make a good impression is to have a well-groomed lawn. A beautiful lawn makes your home look healthy and inviting, and definitely contributes to curb appeal. For many new homeowners, however, maintaining an attractive lawn may appear harder than it looks.
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In many parts of the country, such as Southern California and the Southwest, green lawns of grass are not indigenous to the region, requiring copious amounts of water to keep them looking their best.
Non-native landscaping contributes to water shortage in some areas, requiring watering restrictions. The problem is so … read more
Options are limitless when installing a new driveway or repairing an existing one. They’re an excellent way to frame the look of the property, and a great way to shape buyer expectations as they stroll up to see what’s inside your home. By choosing the finish and type that works best, … read more