All-glass garage doors instantly breathe life into an old home
All-glass garage doors are one of the hottest emerging design trends right now. HomeAdvisor's Dan DiClerico shares what homeowners, sellers and buyers need to know
by Marian McPherson Aug 14
Planitar partners with Floorplanner and adds powerful multiparty home tours
The Canadian real estate software company's new partnership with Floorplanner and its fast, browser-based virtual showing feature adds significant horsepower to its proptech stable
by Craig C. Rowe Aug 10
Why 'side suites' are all the rage right now
Accessory dwelling units have been growing in popularity both as a pandemic living option and a solution to affordable housing
Search With Style helps agents market architectural styles
Founded in part by agents at Compass Nook Real Estate Group and a proptech entrepreneur, the new portal lets buyers find specific architectural styles and agents offer sellers a new marketing resource
by Craig C. Rowe Jul 29
Summer’s hottest amenity? A private pool to wait out the pandemic
Once considered a nice-to-have, private pools are becoming essential for homeowners as the pandemic rages on
Silicon Valley wants to reimagine multifamily housing
The arrival of construction startup Juno highlights the ways that Silicon Valley and its deep-pocketed investors are increasingly looking to real estate for the next big idea
by Jim Dalrymple II Jul 14
Say hello to BoxBrownie's 3D tours of virtual homes
The image marketing technology company from Down Under has combined interior rendering with the market's desire for 3D tours
by Craig C. Rowe Jul 13
4 home-related wellness trends that got the boot
Bioethicist Dr. Elizabeth Yuko explains why four wellness trends, including outhouses and spittoons, fell out of favor with buyers and homeowners
by Marian McPherson Jun 30
Builders predict renewed focus on sustainable living after pandemic
Fifty expert builders told remodeling platform Fixr they expect homeowners to focus on healthier living after the pandemic, starting with their homes
by Marian McPherson May 15
A house made to survive a nuclear war listed for $30M
To access the nuclear shelter, residents need to take a dive in the home's pool