The short-term rental market is booming. Here's how to set your property above the rest
by Lillian Dickerson Jan 19
Armoires, walk-ins, built-ins and storage systems — there are a myriad of ways we store our belongings. Here’s what sets them apart and how their design and purpose have evolved over the years
by Gerard Splendore Jan 4
What homes are optimal for living and working through stay-at-home orders and social distancing? It may depend on lifestyle and what a buyer is willing to put up with
by Lillian Dickerson Dec 24
The online marketplace updated its listing for Santa's house — off market, of course — with a 3D tour for anyone itching for a glimpse of St. Nick's home when he's not busy on the job
by Lillian Dickerson Dec 21
John F. Kennedy lived at 48 South Battery for a few months while stationed at the Charleston Navy Yard in 1942
by Lillian Dickerson Dec 18
While some Americans see appeal in adopting a more efficient and affordable way of living during a time of economic uncertainty, others see tiny homes as an opportunity for an office or investment property
An agent who's able to visualize the potential of a kitchen can help buyers in improving and upgrading existing spaces. To do that, you have to know these basic kitchen layouts
by Gerard Splendore Dec 7
Agents in California, Montana, Arkansas and Louisiana share how buyers are embracing outdoor entertainment spaces for socially distanced holiday gatherings
by Marian McPherson Nov 25
If your Zoom wall looks the same as it did at the start of the pandemic, it's time for an upgrade
by Antoinette Fargo Nov 23
Before your seller starts a mini-renovation or your buyer begins making plans for a fixer-upper, here are the top wallpaper crimes they absolutely mustn't commit
by Marian McPherson Nov 20
The nearly 15,000-square-foot home was completed in 1913 and draws on the Prairie School architectural style
by Lillian Dickerson Nov 20
Changing needs due to COVID-19 have altered buyer preferences when it comes to home amenities. Here's what The Agency is seeing from clients
by Mauricio Umansky Nov 11
As homebuyers and owners prepare to settle in for what may be a long COVID-19 winter, fire pits, hot tubs and heated floors have never been more desirable
by Lillian Dickerson Oct 28
If the coronavirus pandemic and the upcoming elections are stressing you out, maybe it's time to consider literally living under a rock with a promo deal from Hotels.com
by Lillian Dickerson Oct 13
Centrally located, small and more affordable living spaces dominated the past decade, according to new data released by RCLCO Real Estate Advisors
by Lillian Dickerson Oct 12
Mount Vernon's 16,000-square-foot River View estate combines history with modern amenities on the banks of the Potomac River