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Thanksgiving picnic, anyone?

Thanksgiving is usually the time of year where family—immediate, distant, chosen members—come together to celebrate one another and all that they're thankful for. With the COVID-19 pandemic still affecting how we gather this year, though, the highly celebrated holiday will look different for most households. Read more>>

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By Ana Durrani | October 2020

Home sellers know that a tidy, tasteful home will catch any buyer's eye. That's why many people put effort into fixing up—and even staging—the interior of their home before putting it on the market and hosting open houses.

But did you know that an unkempt exterior could deter potential buyers from even setting foot in the door? Read more>>

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By Larissa Runkle | Jun 4, 2020

With every day of this pandemic feeling like it brings a fresh batch of news, you’d be forgiven for feeling confused about the actual state of things now. While many cities start to reopen—and some continue to experience a high volume of new COVID-19 cases—it’s hard to know how any sector of the economy is doing, especially the real estate market.

Whether you’re curious about the timing of a sale or the nitty-gritty details of how it will all go down, we’ve got you covered. We’ve gathered advice from the real estate experts to answer your most pressing questions about selling a home during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more>>

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By Jennifer Kelly Geddes | Mar 23, 2020

Cooped up inside because of the coronavirus? In this unsettling time, doing your part to maintain social distance means you've been spending a lot of time indoors. And while movie marathons and board games can occupy part of your day, they might start to get old after a while. One can enjoy only so many games of Scrabble, right?

If you're feeling a little stir-crazy (and other forms of entertainment just aren't cutting it), try taking on a home project that'll make you feel productive. Read more>>

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By Cicely Wedgeworth | Dec 4, 2019

Ten years ago, many homeowners were desperately hoping to hang on to their homes. Others were doing everything they could just to scare up potential buyers. Meanwhile, said buyers were struggling to get financing from newly skittish lenders. Ah, memories. What a difference a decade makes!

It has, in fact, been the most consequential stretch in American real estate history, one that has fundamentally altered the landscape. Read more>>


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