Saturday
May 26, 2018

Home & Design: Feature Articles

  • 05/09/2018

    Claiming an architectural niche may be tempting, but can you really make a living at it? Learn how these real estate professionals make it work.

  • 05/08/2018

    When dated properties are surrounded by new construction, the selling challenges can be daunting.

  • 05/07/2018

    Learn how to bring home the om. As interest in outdoor spaces that can help heal and satisfy physical, emotional, and spiritual needs expands, make sure you understand the mix of features that make up these restful, inspirational oases. 

  • 04/12/2018

    Green building techniques can save homeowners money and make the environment a cleaner place. But agents must learn how to translate confusing industry terms into listing descriptions that sell.

  • 04/02/2018

    Decluttering makes staging, selling, and moving easier—and less costly. As selling and spring cleaning seasons kick into high gear, create a toolbox of local solutions to help clients shed their unnecessary stuff. 

  • 03/02/2018

    Use this eight-point checklist to find trustworthy craftspeople in your local area so you can develop a solid lineup of experts to share with your clients no matter what the project.

  • 02/02/2018

    It's long been believed that every home needs at least one bathtub to attract the widest group of buyers. But with increased interest in big, well equipped, walk-in showers, does a tub really matter that much?

  • 02/02/2018

    Stagers, decorators, and real estate agents often look to the newest trends in residential design to revamp listings, but the past can also offer inspiration. Here are five ways to use the elegance of this bygone era to help your next listing stand out.

  • 01/02/2018

    No two people will look at a listing in exactly the same way. Here’s how to identify your target audience and stage unused space to address buyers’ needs.

  • 01/02/2018

    Today’s focus on clean, connected, and toxin-free living may have its roots in the hospitality industry, but this trend is making its way into multifamily developments and single-family homes.