Monthly Archives: July 2018

Canadian House Price Growth Is Slowing – And That’s A Good Thing

Canadian house prices are rising at their slowest pace in almost nine years, reports RBC Economics. The national benchmark price was up by just one per cent year-over-year in May, and prices were below last year’s levels in many centres … Continue reading

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5 Steps For An Easy And Impactful Kitchen Makeover

Renovating a kitchen can be a huge expense, and a huge hassle, but you can get a brand-new feel at a fraction of the average cost. That means forgoing major structural, plumbing, or electrical changes and concentrating on fixtures, finishes, … Continue reading

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Newly Listed: Would You Buy The Brady Bunch House?

The Brady Bunch house hit the MLS last week, sending generations of TV watchers into a tizzy. While there will likely one be one buyer – unless hordes of fans join together to pony up the $1.885 million asking price … Continue reading

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Housiversaries are Hot

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Clever Ways To De-Stinkify Your Home

Nobody wants a stinky house. Whether you getting ready to list your home for sale or you just want a fresher smelling place every day, there are numerous methods you can use. Of course, many of them involve some sort … Continue reading

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Ways To Create A Travel-Inspired Decor

Nothing stinks more than coming home from a trip – especially in a place you might never be able to get to again – and regretting that hand-carved wooden bowl or hand-blown glass light you left behind. The truth is that … Continue reading

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Most homeowners plan to stay put

A new survey by Bankrate.com shows that 6 in 10 homeowners have no plans to move. In the survey taken by YouGov of 1,330 homeowners, only 30 percent said they expect to leave their current home in the next decade. The survey … Continue reading

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HomeShare brings millennial housing marketplace to L.A.

In Los Angeles, the average renter spends almost half of his or her income on rent, according to Zillow Research. That’s higher than even San Francisco, where renters on average spend closer to 40 percent of their income on rent. HomeShare … Continue reading

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The Connected Kitchen

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