Friday
December 19, 2014

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  • Everyone wants to be hip, and the latest trends in design can help distinguish one home from another. And it’s not all flash; many of next year’s home fads are geared to pare maintenance and energy use and deliver information faster. Here’s a look at what’s coming.

  • Buying a vacation home requires different criteria—and sometimes a different timetable—than a primary home purchase. Help potential clients compile a smart second-home wish list.

  • Jill Dover has found a universal prescription for those with memory loss, physical challenges, and sometimes no hope.

  • It’s not your grandmother’s look any more. Find out why wallpaper has a growing appeal among trendsetters and younger buyers.

  • Here are 10 trends in home amenities and interior design that elicit interest from the newest generation of buyers.

  • Some buyers want them, others don’t. But before your clients rush into major structural changes to rid their home of a formal dining space, here are some options that may affordably meet their needs.

  • Good lighting can make a room look more attractive, larger, more romantic — even safer. Help home owners make smart decisions that turn buyers on.  

  • Help your buyers and sellers dodge renovation obstacles to make the most of their basement space by converting it to a home office, hip lounge, gym, theater, or wine tasting room. The sky’s the limit.

  • Widely popular in the 1950s, ranch-style homes are making a comeback among Baby Boomers, first-time buyers, and many in between. Help buyers understand the pros and cons to determine if this type of home is right for them.

  • Baby boomers have many housing options when they’re choosing where they’ll live out their golden years. Help them discover and plan the best situation by brushing up on these shared housing types.