Some trends are here today and gone tomorrow, but these trends definitely have staying power. If you need help deciding what trends will make your home more innovative in 2018, take a look at this list. Accommodations for Multiple Generations Whether it is called a mother-in-law sweet or a guest addition, a home design … Continue reading Nine Innovative Home Trends We’ll See In 2018
Whether you're a homeowner considering selling your home or a pro looking to find more projects, staying informed on what's going on in the real estate and renovation industries is a pretty good idea. To help you out, we have compiled five stats that we think are pretty important. Take a look and comment to … Continue reading A 2017 Recap: Renovations, Buying & Selling
I'm sure by now you've heard of the "Tiny Home" movement. With all of the TV shows and publicity, it's pretty hard to ignore. In honor of the Tiny Home Jamboree Trade Show our staff will be attending this month, we would like to take a deeper dive into this untraditional trend. For those who … Continue reading What is Tiny Home Living?
Source: sunfloweryarns.com According to the Cost vs. Value Report of 2014 done by the Lowry Team, an award winning real estate team based in Cincinnati, there are a number of home improvement projects that may regain all, if not more, of the value back on cost investment in materials, labor, etc. when selling a home. … Continue reading Industry News: Best & Worst Home Improvement Projects to Invest In
Image owned by blog.oregonlive.com According to Thomas Grillo of the Boston Business Journal, the remodeling market, although growing strong at the moment, is predicted to smooth over a bit towards the end of the fourth quarter. This is the projected as the tipping point result of flourishing housing recovery. After housing sales regulate, and more … Continue reading Industry News: Home Remodeling Spending Projected To Lose Momentum by the End of 2014