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Before and After: A Full Kitchen Remodel
A full kitchen remodel including new flooring, cabinetry, tile, countertops, light fixtures and appliances transformed this outdated Austin, TX kitchen into a warm and classic design.
Amazing Color for the Fall Landscape
Explore 31 ways to turn your fall landscape into a kaleidoscope of color with these spectacular perennials, annuals, shrubs and trees.
How Newly Proposed Capital Gains Tax Rates May Affect Landowners
When a landowner sells property, the difference between the sale price and the basis (the original purchase price plus improvements and less depreciation) is known as a capital gain, and the tax incurred upon it is known as capital gains tax.
Should Landlords Allow Dogs in Rental Properties?
I got a call on Sunday from my favourite tenant. She’s been living in one of my investment properties for nearly four years, and has been nothing but a pleasu
How low appraisals are hurting real estate
TODAY’s real estate expert Barbara Corcoran explains how low home appraisals are causing frustration and disappointment for buyers and sellers and she offers advice about how to avoid them.
10 Flower Arranging Tips
A florist at heart? These 10 tips will help your flower arrangements last longer and have a professionally polished touch.
GONE! 20 Acre Ranchette Auction
PROPERTY HAS SOLD PRE-AUCTION! Private 20+/- acre ranchette boasts energy efficient all electric home, inground pool with new liner (2013), two sizable out buildings, fully fenced with nearly 50/50 hard wood timber and pasture land. All this and more!
How Google Earth Revealed Chicago's Hidden Farms
When scientists scoured lists of the city's community gardens, they discovered they didn't tell the whole story of where food was being grown. Satellite images instead show the city's food-producing gardens tucked away in backyards, on roofs and thriving in vacant lots.
RealtyBizNews: Real Estate News
Wholesaling real estate is often a good entry point for new investors. When done right, investors never even own the real estate. They control it through a contract with an option to buy but not an obligation to buy. While it doesn’t take much cash to invest in wholesale real estate, it does take get …