The Hottest New Construction Markets in 2018

Orignally published by Forbes  Image by Global Filmz The real estate market is heating up. Of course, some markets are hotter than others and have been seeing sales surge in recent months. Plenty of metropolitan areas in North America are reaching new heights in property sales and are on the verge of popping before your very eyes. Below, 15 members of Forbes Real Estate Council share what cities are currently worth considering for a real estate investment. 1. Downtown Los Angeles Downtown Los Angeles used to be unsafe, but in the past three years, the city has taken huge steps to make it safer. There are guards patrolling the streets on bicycles. With the Olympics coming to Los Angeles in 2028, tech companies moving to LA because of price rise in the Bay Area and shortage of space in other parts of...
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The Not-So Obvious Benefits of Buying a New Home

Originally posted by the National Association of Home Builders Photo by Joy Michelle Photography  Home buyers have the choice of two types of houses on the market: resale or new. Home buyers planning to buy a brand-new house or condominium often cite energy efficiency, open layout, a warranty, and being...

We're Falling For This New Home Decor

Originally published by Danielle Smith on Pretty Extraordinary Is it *finally* starting to feel like Fall in your part of the country? We are right on the edge. The temperatures are just starting to wake us in the 60’s….though we are still delightful during the day. But that doesn’t mean...

Are These 8 Things Dating Your Home?

Originally Published on Pella Decorating trends come and go so fast that it can be hard to keep up. If you don’t change up your decor, you might even see your own style fall out of fashion only to come back again. But there comes a point when a style...

The 3 Packing Hacks Will Make Your Next Move a Breeze

Originally posted on Apartment Therapy Moving is a pain in the butt. Whether you're going full DIY (packing yourself up, renting the van, and loading and unloading yourself) or hiring people to do the (literal) heavy lifting, a ton of work goes into it. Especially when it comes to kitchenware:...