Do these tasks before putting a house on the market
by Bryan Robertson | Jul 7
These small home improvements will go a long way in impressing potential homebuyers
by Jackson Cooper | Apr 5

Full of light thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows in every room, this spacious duplex in Midtown Manhattan’s Turtle Bay neighborhood takes the natural rays a step further with an expansive private terrace. The home’s kitchen comes equipped with high-end finishes like Italian Calacatta marble, Miele appliances and a separate wine fridge.

by Inman | Oct 5

When a couple in Chicago purchased this early 20th century home in the city’s Humboldt Park neighborhood, they knew their kitchen needed a major overhaul. They decided to turn back the clock when moving forward with modern upgrades, enlisting the help of designer Larry Lambert to rework the kitchen’s layout and update the space with a nostalgic blast from the past.

by Inman | Aug 11

It’s easy to create a “top 10” list of remodeling projects’ return on invesment. But not all projects are created equal. Would you put a front door on the same playing field as a bathroom addition?

by Chris Rediger | Aug 11

If you’ve been using Facebook over the past year or so, you’ve started to see the rise of the 360 videos. The 360 degree videos are shot using a 360 video camera (most popularly, the Ricoh Theta S) and selecting the special checkbox when uploading to Facebook.

by Jason Cassity | Aug 11

The process of getting a property ready to put on the market can seem daunting enough. There’s clearing the clutter, endless amounts of cleaning, organizing and scrutinizing your property with a fine-tooth comb. What needs attention and what can you leave alone?

by Cara Ameer | Jul 18

Upgrading your home yourself shouldn’t cost you a ton of money to do, but is it possible to make a difference on a tight budget? Of course! It doesn’t take a ton of money or expertise to improve your home. As proof, here are 10 inexpensive upgrades anyone can do.

by Kyle Draper | Jul 14

This penthouse in Cobble Hill is part of a new condo development. Featuring a private rooftop terrace with panoramic city views, the open-layout home is decked out with numerous kitchen and bathroom appliances and fixtures from award-winning manufacturers. A dedicated parking spot is also included in the purchase.

by Inman | Jun 22

Purchasing a home can be overwhelming and exciting for a new buyer. As freshly minted homeowners, buyers are often wrapped up in all the pleasantries that homeownership affords. Finding the perfect housewarming gift can be a fun task for an agent — now that the hard part is over. Here are 10 ideas to get you started.

by Kellie Tinnin | Jun 15

First-time homebuyers can easily be caught off guard by unexpected surprises. Here are 21 tips that will quickly get homebuyers up to speed and ready for a successful house hunt.

Contract signed, marketing plan created, photographer scheduled — now what? Hire a professional stager, of course. According to the National Association of Realtors 2015 “Profile of Home Staging” survey, over 81 percent of buyers find it easier to visualize the property as their future home when it’s staged.

by Debbie Biery | May 11

Maybe it’s the abundance of addicting home rehab reality shows or the all the future dinner parties you plan in your head during the home search (complete with the best the conversation pieces), but homebuyers love design, character and quirks. And if you’re selling a home with even one standout feature, don’t let it get lost among the beds and baths. Doing so could cost you time and dollars, a new analysis from Zillow Digs shows.

by Caroline Feeney | Apr 14

“Indoor Kitchen Gardening: Turn your Home Into a Year-Round Vegetable Garden,” is filled to the brim with personality, and it includes everything one would possibly need to know on the subject. It’s also the perfect starting point for agents looking to create spring-worthy closing gifts.

by Rachael Hite | Mar 9

“The super kitchen has literally become a living room, family room and office with layouts and decor that challenge us to define where the kitchen ends and where the rest of the home begins,” said Nino Sitchinava, principal economist at Houzz.

by Rachael Hite | Jan 25