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It’s easy to slack off home improvement projects in the fall and winter. Ramp up your home improvement projects with getting the most ROI – Brie Dyas’s Trulia blog talks about just that.
Whether you’ve made plans to renovate your home or maybe you are refinancing or purchasing with a 203(k), recruiting a home renovation team you can count on to see your project through to the end is key.
Sometimes, while house shopping, you may ask yourself the question, “Should I buy a fixer-upper, or no?” Most people have heard stories, equal parts nightmarish and fairy-tale-esque, about a friend, or a friend of a friend’s cousin’s uncle’s brother who bought a house and renovated it. Results may vary.
Not all homes are created equal. If history is something you look for in a house, know the difference between an OLD home and a HISTORIC home, and everything that comes with it.
So burning up your vacation days, working on home improvement projects may not sound like fun, but hear me out: taking the time to check off much-needed home maintenance items from your to-do list can help you relax for the remainder of your summer, and add value to your home as well!
Basic Brick to Whitewash Wonder
Fire places are cool features, but boring brick is not your only option when it comes to styling your home. One cool way to give your living space – specifically your fire place – a new look is to paint! Well, not just paint, but white wash!
Buying a fixer-upper is a popular maneuver for first time homebuyers and those looking for their dream home without the dream home price tag.
It’s a cool look, but even the bravest of DIY-ers are hesitant to attempt concrete countertops. Lucky for us, a daring DIY-er has created a step-by-step on how to tackle this project.
Last week we found out that homes listed with subway tiles as a feature were selling like hotcakes! Taking heed of the market and home décor trends, here is a step-by-step how-to on creating a subway tile backsplash in your home!