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Congratulations, you sold your home! But how much of the profits go back in your pocket?
Just like you visit the doctor for check-ups, your home needs regular inspections, too
Many homeowners are unaware of important details about their home inspector could cost them if they make a bad hire. One highly rated Texas provider explains.
A knowledgeable home inspector can provide insight into potential issues in your new home
Home inspections focus on the condition of the home, while home appraisals focus on value
It may seem like a risky move, but you can feel confident in these tips
These seven easy adjustments will make your home worth more money!
Sit this one out, Beethoven, and leave the baby grand to the professionals
Because no amount of huffing and puffing should blow your house down
Your rent payment doesn’t just affect your checking account; it changes the housing market
Live in Tuscany without ever hopping on a plane
The most important storage war
Homeowners can't solve a mold problem by selling their home to an unsuspecting buyer. Here's what buyers and sellers should know.
Make buyers feel that your house offers everything they want in a home.
Selling a home over the holidays is different than other times of the year. Here are 10 tips for staging your home when it's on the market over the holidays:
Set the stage in your kitchen to secure an offer
DIY home staging is a budget-friendly way to showcase your house without spending too much
Home staging elevates your house from average to extraordinary
Dear Angie: Should I hire an independent home inspector to look over a newly built tract home? — Deborah D. of Renton, Washington
Your home on the range, built for the range
Home improvements can add value to your property.
When you start looking for a new house, you have to put your blinders on — to an extent.
On average, it costs between $1,060 and $4,475 to relocate your washer and dryer to the garage
Before you buy a condo, you'll want to ask about things like financing and condo association fees
The cost to ship furniture cross country ranges between $300 and $800 per piece, and internationally, it ranges from $1,000 to $4,500