Uncategorized Recommendations For Tenant Screening Dos and Don’ts of Screening Tenants Legally Property managers can use these eight recommendations to keep discrimination lawsuits at bay. FEBRUARY 2018 | BY ROBBIE CRONROD In October, a Massachusetts landlord who refused to rent to pregnant women or families with minor children was found guilty of violating the federal Fair Housing Act and fined $40,000. The same […]
Uncategorized Houseplant Care Essentials Posted February 8, 2018 The 4 Houseplant Care Essentials No One Talks About Serenading your fiddle-leaf fig tree is probably not going to keep it alive TEXT BY Lindsey Mather Everyone’s always talking about watering your houseplants like it’s the only thing you need to do to keep them looking lush and beautiful. Not. True. The proof is in […]
Uncategorized World’s Fastest Car to Debut in Geneva The World’s Fastest Car Will Debut at the Geneva Motor Show The Italian-designed Corbellati Missile is a hypercar that can hit a top speed of 310 m.p.h., beating out Koenigsegg’s Agera RS and Hennessey’s Venom F5 TEXT BY  NICK MAFI Posted January 24, 2018 A look at the all-new Corbellati Missile, a hypercar that could […]
Uncategorized Five Travel Hot Spots for February Art and Architecture Lovers Will Be Traveling to These 5 Hot Spots in February Here’s everything you will want to know about design-minded travel this winter TEXT BY  LAURA ITZKOWITZ Posted January 8, 2018 Palm Springs. Photo: Jake Holt Photography / Courtesy of Modernism Week Winter blues setting in? Why not plan a trip in […]
Uncategorized Storing water in the desert The World’s Largest Water Reserve Is Being Built Under a Desert The $450 million project can pump out 26.5 million gallons of water a day to nearby thirsty residents TEXT BY  TIM NELSON Posted January 17, 2018 A road cuts through the sand dunes of Liwa desert in UAE, the sight of the world’s largest […]
Uncategorized 2017 3rd Quarter Report
Uncategorized The Most Beautiful Streets in the World! 14 of the Most Beautiful Streets in the World From San Francisco to Buenos Aires, these spectacular roads are worth traveling to see TEXT BY  NICK MAFI Posted November 30, 2016 Not all streets are created equal. Take the colorful Caminito that anchors Buenos Aires’s La Boca neighborhood: It not only provides visitors with a vibrant […]
Uncategorized The 15 Most Beautiful Main Streets Across America A quintessential small town just isn’t complete without a charming boulevard TEXT BY  STEFANIE WALDEK Posted July 6, 2017 Between the major cities on the coasts of the United States are hundreds of small towns where a good portion of the American population lives today. Established over the last two centuries as the country expanded west, […]
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Uncategorized 10 Incredible Examples of Architecture Reclaimed by Nature From the jungles of Cambodia to the shores of Italy, AD gathers some of the most striking examples of greenery growing along architecture TEXT BY  NICK MAFI Posted October 16, 2017 No matter the structure, architecture, at times, seems to take on a force more powerful than nature. But it’s an illusion. As imposing as brick, iron, and […]
Uncategorized New Home Shortage Why aren’t homebuilders building more homes? Posted in Inman News by Matthew Gardner, Chief Economist, Windermere Real Estate  This article originally appeared on Inman.com    Housing markets all across the U.S. are suffering from serious shortages of homes for sale, and this isn’t expected to change in the foreseeable future. When I think about inventory levels and the fact […]
Uncategorized More Renters There are more renters than any time since 1965
Uncategorized How Green Technology Can Pay Off   How an Investment in Green Technology Can Pay off for Today’s Homeowner Posted in Buying, Selling, and Living by Tara Sharp    Studies continue to show that real estate buyers are willing to pay a substantial premium for homes that feature highly efficient, environmentally friendly “green energy” technology. While the added value depends on the location of the home, […]
Uncategorized The Impact of Staging your home Selling Your Home: The Impact of Staging Posted in Selling by Tara Sharp    How can you make your home more attractive to potential buyers? The answer is with some “home staging”. According to the Wall Street Journal, implementing some basic interior design techniques can not only speed up the sale of your home but also increase your final […]
Uncategorized Home Security Tips Home Security Tips for the Summer DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 2017 An increase in burglaries during the summer months means it’s time to help safeguard your clients’ homes while they’re away for the season or absent while selling. Ooma, a smart home phone and security company, offers six tips for preventing break-ins. Front […]
Uncategorized Staging Tips for Sellers 81 Staging Tips That Help Buyers Fall in Love Their agent won’t have to say, “Picture this.” Buyers will see your home at its best. Image: Echo and Earl SPONSORED BY Staging your house can make you money. Seventy-one percent of sellers’ agents believe a well-staged environment increases the dollar value buyers are willing to […]
Uncategorized Navigate Home Remodels 12 Sanity Savers to Get You Through Your Home Remodel Posted in Houzz.com by Houzz.com It’s easy to get excited about a home project at the beginning, when the work seems theoretical and you hear yourself saying things like, “Oh, we could just knock all of these walls out, no problem!” Then reality sets in. […]
Uncategorized Home Renovation Advice How to Stay Organized During a Home Renovation Posted in Houzz.com by Houzz.com When you’re embarking on a renovation project, it’s a good idea to clear as much space as possible before the chaos ensues. Think about what you want and need in your new room, and thoroughly declutter the area. Follow these tips for […]