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The Secret to Getting Good House Listing Photos Every Single Time

And other styling tips from a top real-estate agent.

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The White Paint Hack This L.A. Realtor Swears by for Warming Up a Room

Plus how she feels about replacing appliances for resale.

How Does an Extra $4,500 Sound? Airbnb Just Made It Easier to (Legally) Rent Your Place

How Does an Extra $4,500 Sound? Airbnb Just Made It Easier to (Legally) Rent Your Place

Offset your living costs or take a dream vacay—your choice.

After 30 Years in the Family, a New Generation Moved Into This Salt Lake City Bungalow

After 30 Years in the Family, a New Generation Moved Into This Salt Lake City Bungalow

It’s so much more than just a home.

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10 Questions to Ask Your Realtor When Renting—<em>Before</em> You Sign on the Dotted Line

10 Questions to Ask Your Realtor When Renting—Before You Sign on the Dotted Line

Four agents tell all.

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6 Resale Dos and Don’ts From a L.A. Design Duo Who Has Restored (and Sold!) Dozens of Homes

Including their “sure bet” for boosting value.

Here’s Where All the Recent College Grads Are Moving

Here’s Where All the Recent College Grads Are Moving

And the starter-apartment mistakes to avoid.

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So You Want to List Your Home on Airbnb—This Is an Essential First Step

An expert walks us through the what, why, and when.

People Are Willing to Pay 30% More in Rent in These 15-Minute Cities

People Are Willing to Pay 30% More in Rent in These 15-Minute Cities

If that's you, it's time to upgrade your bike storage.

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Listings That Call Out This Feature Can Sell for $17,400 (!) More Than Expected

And it turns out bold terrazzo pays off, too.

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After a Year as an Airbnb Host, Bobby Berk Says This Detail Can Ruin a Guest’s Trip

His top tips for novice rental owners.

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This Pandemic-Sparked Real-Estate Trend Just Did a 180

All signs point to getting savvy with floor plans.

This Portland-Based Designer Let His House “Talk” To Him Before Finally Settling In

This Portland-Based Designer Let His House “Talk” To Him Before Finally Settling In

He believes getting settled in your dream city comes before buying a home.

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The Standard Kitchen Base Cabinet Height for Comfortable Cooking—And Resale

Plus how high to hang your uppers.

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After 6 Years in NYC, I Moved to France—Here’s What It’s Actually Like to Find an Apartment in Paris

“Unfurnished” could also mean no kitchen cabinets.

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Why More First-Time Home Buyers Are Doing the “Uncool” Thing: Living With Their Parents

They have an important reason.

Gen Z Is Even More on Board With This Moving Trend Than Millennials

Gen Z Is Even More on Board With This Moving Trend Than Millennials

We’re talking 80 percent of them.

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First-Time Buyers, You’re in Luck: These City-Adjacent Markets Are Still Affordable

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