These days, anything beyond repairs that are acutely obvious — a hole in the roof or worn-out flooring, for example — is negotiable, because sellers are in the driver’s seat. But even if you’re not selling your home, there are renovations that just simply aren’t necessary. Learn how to discern which renos aren’t worth the trouble at all.
From quick and easy tweaks to major household upgrades, home renovations that promote energy efficiency are good for your wallet. Take a look at some of the ways you can lower your utility costs — thus saving money — while also helping the environment.
Home improvement projects aren’t always about making fashionable updates to stay in style. Sometimes they’re to boost your bottom line: adding value so when you sell, you walk away with a pocket full of cash. If that’s your plan, here are some home renovations you should consider.
It’s the eternal question when your home starts to feel a bit dated: Renovate or sell? Landing on an answer gets even trickier when you’ve spent years investing your heart and soul — not to mention your cash. Check out our five renovation questions we think you should consider as you weigh your options.
Converting a small, utilitarian space into an attractive yet still functional laundry room may be a bit challenging. But that’s why we’re here. Read on for some laundry room storage ideas and helpful hacks to make your space sparkle.
When relocating for a new job, a place to call home while you’re searching for your next home can make the transition considerably less stressful. Fortunately, corporate housing is designed with the business traveler in mind and is more in tune with what a person relocating for work actually needs. Find out why you need to pack a certain way for temporary housing, what to expect when you get there, and how much all of it may cost you.
Ready to go full HGTV and start renovating your fixer-upper house? This article’s for you. Take a look at our tips to keep in mind before you tear down that wall or update the kitchen — or, like a few brave souls, take on the entire house.
Let’s face it: Changing schools, leaving friends, and abandoning a childhood bedroom have the potential to make the process of relocating difficult — if not downright traumatic. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Take a look at our top nine tips for making moving with kids as painless as possible for everyone involved.
Like any major life change, relocating for a job has the potential to cause a lot of headaches. But it really doesn’t have to be that stressful. Ask yourself these seven questions, and you’ll be living like a local in your new city in no time!