May 28, 2018

Home & Design: Feature Articles

  • 12/06/2017

    Every industry tracks innovations in its field, and housing is no different. As a real estate pro, here are the need-to-know products and services promising to transform homes and your clients’ lifestyles over the next year or so.

  • 11/14/2017

    Learn how to help your clients add more private living space within an open plan, or make a traditional layout of separate rooms feel more spacious and connected.

  • 10/02/2017

    You can’t have a house without walls, yet so few people really consider the materials used to make up this vital component of a home. Learn how new materials, sprays, and decorative finishes offer so much more than just support for a roof.

  • 09/13/2017

    Bookshelves and cabinetry incorporated within a home’s architecture once was equated with grandeur, offering homeowners the opportunity to showcase personal treasures and knickknacks. But over time, the pieces may look dated. Here are updating ideas with pizzazz that buyers may love. 

  • 07/17/2017

    More builders are constructing homes that claim to produce all the energy homeowners will need. But is this really possible in all climates, and is the front-end cost reasonable? Here’s how to help buyers and sellers make informed decisions about net-zero properties.

  • 05/10/2017

    Here’s how to make a splash in even the most compact outdoor spaces.

  • 05/10/2017

    Simply understanding how to use a few key camera settings and pieces of equipment can make all the difference. 

  • 05/09/2017

    Help sellers put their homes in the best light before you put them on the market. New lighting industry innovations can help play up the hard work put into getting a house ready for sale, show how rooms are meant to function, and pass along energy-efficient savings to buyers. 

  • 05/02/2017

    Developers are bringing the farm closer to consumers’ tables in urban, rural, and suburban spaces. Learn how real estate pros work in communities that are organized around the availability of fresh, hyperlocal food.

  • 04/01/2017

    Real estate agents often have to work with either barren rooms or sloppy, overstuffed spaces. But what’s truly attracting the most buyers right now is a deft balance of tidy austerity and a comfortable, lived-in feel.