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4 Design Rules Every Modernist Should Live By

Furnishings mogul Holly Hunt’s Chicago apartment is a lesson in contemporary style Text by Jennifer Fernandez – Photography by Pieter Estersohn – Posted April 8, 2016   It only takes one look at Holly Hunt’s home on Chicago’s Gold Coast to know that the furnishings mogul is a modernist at heart. After a gut renovation […]

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This Is How Fixer Upper’s Chip and Joanna Gaines Deck The Halls

This Is How Fixer Upper’s Chip & Joanna Gaines Deck The Halls Olivia Harrison If you’re like me, you look to Chip and Joanna Gaines for all your home-decor advice. Their rustic design ideas can transform any space — even my shoebox-sized Brooklyn apartment — into a shabby-chic dream. So it makes sense to follow […]

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Realtor Survey: Millenials Are No Longer A Renter Generation

Homebuying trend belies conventional wisdom September 24, 2015 Trey Garrison 5 Comments KEYWORDS buying a home getting a mortgage Housing demand Millenials Realtor.com Homebuying trends in 2015 are undermining the image of the Millennials as a generation of renters. realtor.com Chief Economist Jonathan Smoke has argued for some time now that Millennials are not different […]

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SEC Raises Limits for Investment

Gene Trowbridge of Trowbridge Taylor Sidoti LLC explains how real estate crowdfunding may change with the new rules. May 2015 | By Mariwyn Evans Real estate crowdfunding boomed in 2014. Now, new SEC rules for Title IV of the JOBS Act have made crowdfunding even more attractive to real estate deal sponsors. Gene Trowbridge, CCIM, […]

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17 of the coolest office spaces around the world

  Chris Weller, Tech Insider Aug. 3, 2016, 10:30 AM   Our homes are tricked out with comfortable furniture, stylish decor, and the latest technology — shouldn’t our work spaces be equally awesome? From the indoor lawns at Japanese ad agency TBWA to the bright blue slide at footwear company Toms, the coolest office spaces […]

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Home Owners Say if They Had to They’d Cut Housing Costs By …

If faced with an unexpected financial burden, the majority of home owners say they’d reduce their housing costs by downsizing, according to a survey conducted by Trulia of more than 2,000 Americans. The survey sought to find out what home owners would do with their homes if faced with a major financial hardship – such […]

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Multigenerational Households a Lasting Trend?

Daily Real Estate News | Tuesday, December 17, 2013 The recession set off a new wave of multigenerational households, which began to increase in late 2007. Fewer new households were created as more people doubled up to ride through economic hard times. College grads moved back home, and aging parents moved in with family. But […]

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6 Home Repairs Owners Shouldn’t Delay

Some home repairs that owners linger on could turn into financial catastrophe. BobVila.com recently highlighted several things home owners should repair in their home before it’s too late, including: 1. Gutters: If not cleared, gutters – crucial for proper drainage — could be the root of problems for home owners. During the winter, clogged gutters […]

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8 Unwritten Etiquette Rules Every Home Seller Should Know

  If you’re trying to sell your home, you’ve probably scrutinized it, staged it, and scrubbed it down from floorboards to rooftop as if the folks from Architectural Digest were stopping by for a cover shoot. OK, so it’s in immaculate shape—but your home isn’t the only thing under scrutiny here. You are, too! That’s […]

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July Housing Starts Beat Expectations

Daily Real Estate News | Tuesday, August 16, 2016 Housing starts rose 2.1 percent in July to a seasonally adjusted annual pace of 1.2 million units, the highest level since February, according to a new Commerce Department report. Single-family starts barely budged, rising just .5 percent to 770,000 units, while multifamily starts jumped 5.0 percent […]

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