Most people who watch home renovation shows on TV can quickly spout off the home improvement projects that bring added value in the eyes of potential buyers. The first projects most people mention: kitchen and bathroom remodels. But sometimes you just don’t have the time, patience, or budget to do a full overhaul, especially if
The New York City housing market is truly a beast of its own. We are living in a world where you can’t simply buy a house, white picket fence, and start planting the seeds of your American Dream. Instead, our homes are divided into a series of different housing types. For those of you looking
If you’re feeling like you’ve outgrown your current home, you might be considering a move. And with housing markets around the country heating up with the weather, it’s peak house hunting season. But what if the idea of moving stresses you out? What if you like your yard and your neighborhood, but just not your
Do you currently live in a house but find yourself eyeing the possibility of a condo lately? Have you been considering downsizing but aren’t sure it will fit your lifestyle? Downsizing to a condo is something that buyers of all ages are doing thanks to the many benefits that go along with making that move.
You’re a new homeowner — congrats! The hardest part is over, for sure (saying goodbye to most of your savings isn’t easy, after all). But the money hemorrhage isn’t finished just yet. There are several under-the-radar and often overlooked fees and expenses that accompany home ownership that a newbie like you might miss. Keep tabs
Millennials represent 36 percent of all homebuyers in the US today. A new housing community called New Haven in Ontario, California, reports a millennial homeownership rate of more than 50 percent. New Haven offers modest homes at prices from $200,000 to $500,000. California is no paragon of affordability, particularly when it comes to housing. In