Don’t despair if you are short on cash. You can still have a beautifully decorated home. Sometimes a little elbow grease is a decent replacement for extra cash, and other times you can get great deals by shopping around.
Distressed real estate is real estate in need of serious repairs. These properties are often called “handyman specials.” If you have the skill or the money to complete the repairs, you can often find great deals. Here are some dos and donts of buying distressed real estate.
Sometimes, when buying – or even thinking about buying real estate for investment purposes, you’re faced with the need to fix up the property.
One of the benefits of having a yard is the ability to build a tree fort for your children.
Before you head off to your local DIY store with a paint sample in one hand and a wallet in the other, you need to ensure that you’re picking the colors that are right for your home and your personality.
Restoration, Renovation, and Repair — the three Rs of fixing up an historic home.
As temperatures turn warmer, follow these simple steps to keep your home cool without turning down your thermostat.
For your next paint job, make sure you choose the best color scheme and paint-type for your soon-to-be-painted room.
5 simple projects you can tackle in a weekend, and that will help your home show better.
Keeping grout in good condition does more than just make your kitchen or bathroom look great — it protects the surfaces beneath your tile, too. Here’s how to properly clean your grout.