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Brokers Reveal 7 "Works Every Time" Ways to Boost Home Resale Value
Whether you're looking to relocate, retire, downsize, or upsize, the process of selling your home can create a long and wild to-do list. But putting your place on...
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9 Little Things You Can Do to Help Sell Your House
Preparing to sell your house? You should have two separate to-do lists. In one, itemize the issues a good home inspector is likely to find. Those are matters you ...
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House Envy: Spectacular New York City Penthouse
Spotted on Sotheby’s, this stunning duplex penthouse features brilliant light, quality craftsmanship and timele...
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Back to Basics: Staging Tips to Make Your House Buyer-Ready
My adventures in my business are never expected. The other night I had a few home staging evaluations back to back &ndas...
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Making a First Impression When Selling a Home
I've been helping people prepare and package their home now for 15 years as a home stager and stylist. Your home is the m...
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How To: Get Your Home Ready to Sell
As we get ready to head into March and spring time, many people will begin (or may have already began) thinking about...
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The New Homeowner's Survival Guide
So you’ve bought your first house—congratulations! You’ve searched for and found a place that you love. You've secure...
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Why You Should (or Shouldn’t) Buy a Fixer Upper
Before anyone considers purchasing a fixer-upper, they should ask themselves a few simple questions. The first may se...
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5 Things Your Homeowner's Insurance May Not Cover
Before disaster strikes, make sure to check for potential potholes in your property insurance policy. Doing so now could save you money—and heartache—later.
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Hire a Photographer If You Want to Sell Your House
You don't think twice about commissioning professional photos of your children, right? Even if you don't have any imm...
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The Right 5 Questions to Ask a Prospective Selling Agent
Groomed and energetic, the real estate agent seated on your sofa seems like a perfect fit for the job of helping you ...
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7 Real Estate Deal Breakers to Avoid
The house is yours—almost. Make sure you don't fall victim to these common pitfalls that might break the deal.
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Selling to Seniors: How to Win Over Older Home Buyers
In the past, retirees have fled south, eschewing the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Midwest in favor of sunnier, more b...
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Don’t Scare Potential Buyers Away When Selling
Yes, Halloween is just around the corner and we’re all feeling the spirit of the season, but you may not realiz...
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Don't "Fall" Down: Surviving Autumn's New Real Estate Rules
Well, that didn’t last long. The buoyant housing market of this past spring has already sputtered out, and mounting e...
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Quick Tip: House Hunting
If you're house hunting, here are some things to keep in mind on your walk-through. Check for structural integrity. E...
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A Seller's Guide to Home Improvements that Boost Value
We all get to some point in our lives where we start thinking about selling our current home – be it because you...
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Selling This Fall? Court Millennials and Empty-Nesters
If you're planning on putting your house on the market this fall, be aware that folks at different stages of life ent...
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10 Reasons Why Upsizing Could be a Bad Idea
Before you decide to upsize your home – weigh all the options When you ask most homeowners what their dream h...
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Moving? 5 Ways to Minimize Surprise Costs
In the weeks before you close on a new house, it's tempting to think you've overcome the most challenging financial h...
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Buy a Home, Not a Headache
We want to help you make your house a home and save you the pain, agony and heachaches that can be associated with home ...
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3 Steps to an Easy Mortgage Approval
Risky practices consigned to the past, mortgage lenders are now returning to applying the same standards that your pa...
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Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid When Selling Your Home
Selling your home can be one of the most exciting times in your life. An opportunity to move to a new location and ho...
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5 Pro Tips to Help You Find the Perfect Fixer-Upper
As founder and president of The Rural Connection, a real estate company based in Upstate New York, Randy Florke has p...
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A Good School District Is Worth How Much?
You don't need children to understand that good public schools support the value of homes in their district. And whil...
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How To: Attract First-Time Home Buyers
Millennials can’t seem to catch a break. Saddled with student loan debt and facing some tough employment challenges, ...
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Selling Your House? Help Your Neighbors Help You
We've all heard the real estate maxim, "location, location, location," but not everyone fully appreciates how neighbo...
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How To: Figure Out What Your House Is Worth
If you're refinancing or selling your home and wish to find its estimated value, a handful of online tools can help y...
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Don't Let Emotions Cloud Your Real Estate Judgment
Real estate agents like to say that house hunters make offers based not on price, but emotions. Recently, Duke Univer...
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Top 10 Benefits of Downsizing into a Smaller Home
Is it time to downsize your home? Have you noticed the new push for downsizing the way we live? Homeowners are real...
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Clean Credit Wins Home Loans
Mortgage interest rates continue at record lows, but if you're hoping to snag a home equity loan for a planned renova...
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10 Things to Consider Before Buying a Foreclosed Home
With almost a third of the home sales in this country consisting of properties in some stage of foreclosure last quar...
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What’s My House Worth?
Housing used to be a fairly safe investment — you put your money in and, in a few years when it was time to sell, you...
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How To: Hold a Successful Yard Sale
Even if you’ve had numerous yard sales in the past, here are a few pointers to make yours more successful. Start Earl...
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House-Choosing Checklist
Buying a new home can be exciting, and it’s tempting to grab the first house you fall in love with. But exercising a ...
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Flipping: Remodeling for Resale
With a glut of distressed properties on the market now, people are eager to make deals. But there’s little room for e...
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Can't Sell It? Rent It Out
It was an unsuccessful attempt to downsize for a smaller house payment that led Joseph Cortez, a realtor in Corpus Ch...
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How To: Stage a Home
Much like detailing a used car prior to sale, staging a home allows it to put on its best face. Not to be confused wi...
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How To: Find Affordable Housing
In most areas of the U. S. , housing costs are rising faster than wages. To meet the federal government’s definition ...
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Creating Affordable Housing
Since World War II, the federal government has had its hand in promoting and supporting affordable housing through GI...
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Historic Home Buying 101
Perhaps you have been searching for several months or even years, and now you have found the perfect home. Your dream...
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Consider a Condo for Your Second Home
Bob Vila’s Home Again opened its fifteenth season with a bay-front condo remodel along the Venetian Island stretch of...
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Evaluate the Home Systems
So you like the way the house looks and believe the footprint will accommodate your family’s needs. But how does it f...
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Evaluate the Home Interior
The Floor PlanFind out how many rooms the house has and whether or not the number will meet your family’s needs. In p...
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Evaluate the Home Exterior
Before you buy a home, you should hire a professional inspector to conduct a thorough analysis of the true state of t...
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Maximize Your Remodeling Dollar
The average American is said to move every five to seven years. As that statistic suggests, you would be wise to thin...
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Don’t Waive That Inspection Contingency!
With home sales running a solid 12% ahead of last spring, some house hunters are waiving the inspection contingency. ...
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Staging to Sell: A Case Study in Pictures
Hello! It's no secret that I'm a real estate junkie that probably needs a 12-step program. Even though I have no intentio...
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Can Ongoing Exterior Upkeep Save Money and Retain Value?
Lately I have been working with several home owners who have not been able to keep up with the exterior maintenance on ...
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Would You Live in a Tiny House Village?
When is a trailer park not a trailer park? When it’s being designed and developed by nationally recognized small-spac...
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What’s Up with Down Payments?
For the past several years, 20% has been the minimum down payment for standard loans, but as the market recovers and ...
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Has the Recovery Hit Your Block?
The residential housing market is finally experiencing an upswing across most markets. Even relatively stable regions...
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Seduce the Perfect Home Buyer With Home Staging
A business associate and I were talking the other day about what nice clients she has. Most people would say it's luck t...
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Moving 101: Easy Ways to Make the Most of Any Move
Dreading the big move? Here are ten tips to help you pack smarter, load better, and get your stuff from where you are to where you want to be—without the stress.
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Want to Build Wealth? Pick the Right Mortgage
Owning a home is the best way to build family wealth—that's been the prevailing wisdom, at least, for the last severa...
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Sell Your House with Simple Lessons in Home Staging
Home Staging is a the art of styling a home to accomplish two goals. To showcase the quality and amenities of the home i...
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Walkable Locations Step Up Value
Common sense dictates that homes in walkable neighborhoods, with easy access to public transit, would pull higher val...
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Bob Vila Radio: Built-In Mistakes
One of the joys of homeownership is having the freedom to do exactly what you want with your house or apartment—as lo...
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How Stuck Is Your Market? Two Key Metrics to Track
All real estate is local, but it’s national real estate statistics that dominate headlines. If you wish to identify e...
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Quick Flip: Is Now the Moment to Buy, Improve, and Sell?
All of a sudden there are not enough houses for sale to meet homebuyers' rising level of demand.  Could you pull off ...
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Remodeling for Resale: 3 Tarnished Trends to Avoid
At times it's necessary to walk a fine line when remodeling. On the one hand, you want to give your house distinct ap...
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How To: Choose the Right Neighborhood
Where we choose to settle down and plant our roots is just as important as the home in which we cultivate our lives. ...
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Beyond Stainless: What Buyers Want This Spring
House hunters today aren’t necessarily fixated on luxury finishes like stainless steel. They are practical and focuse...
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5 Savvy Upgrades That Add Home Value
Will your project pay off? For a trustworthy estimate, consult Remodeling magazine's annual Cost vs. Value report to ...
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Suddenly, a Seller’s Market?
That choking sound you hear is the echo of real estate deals not getting done, because suddenly, buyers can’t find ho...
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10 Simple Home Staging Tips Every Seller Should Know
Putting into action a few simple home staging tips will help your house stand out from the pack in today's improving market.
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3 Ways to Polish Your Online Real Estate Listing
“Curb appeal” is real estate jargon referring to the first impression your home makes on prospective buyers.  With ab...
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Will 2013 Be a Good Year in Real Estate?
I recently spoke with Keller-Williams Real Estate agent Ron Chun Foo regarding how the market has performed in 2012 and...
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Tax Tips for Home Sellers
Selling a house can yield some unexpected tax benefits. Few of us buy or sell often enough to stay abreast of the lat...
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Taylor Swift Sells Her Cape Cod Abode
What do Bob Vila and Taylor Swift have in common, you ask? Apparently, a love for Cape Cod-style architecture! Taylor...
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7 Renovation Tips to Boost Resale Value
Making the right renovation decisions can help you sell your house quicker, and for more money.
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Is Housing Really Back?
Hyperventilation over the housing market recovery is reaching gale force. National news outlets are quoting some expe...
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5 Market Trends to Cash In On This Year
The unexpected has become the norm for the US real estate market. As evidenced by the annual Profile of Home Buyers a...
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A Little Income Adds a Lot of Value
If you’ve inherited or converted even a small slice of space to a standalone living unit that could be rented, you’ve...
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3 Top Ways to Capture Value in 2013
While analysts argue whether 2012 was in fact the turnaround year for home sales, it’s clear that home remodeling is ...
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Two Regulatory Trends That Could Trim Your Cash Flow
That sacred cow, the home mortgage deduction, is likely headed for the slaughterhouse. As Congress explores ways to r...
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Bob Vila Radio: Pocket Neighborhoods
Savvy homebuyers these days know that a home is worth more based on its location than on its square footage. Listen t...
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Home Buyers Seek Low Carrying Costs
Price is the number one factor for home buyers, according to the annual Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers recently r...
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What "By Owner" Services Won't Tell You
For the DIY-minded, it makes perfect sense. If you've fixed up the house on your own, why shouldn't you sell it on yo...
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Remodeling Heats Up
Brace for a remodeling revival in 2013.  The Harvard Joint Center on Housing is predicting double-digit growth for ho...
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How To: Calculate the True Cost of Homeownership
Homeownership is widely considered to be a bedrock of family financial stability, but as aftershocks continue to reve...
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Estimating Home Value: Whose Price Is Right?
Hooray! The housing market is bouncing back from the depths! No, wait, prices are going sideways—in some markets. Who...
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Contain the Commission to 3%
You saw its potential. You designed, bought, plumbed, wired and painted it. Now that you are thinking of selling your...
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Scrapbooking for Fun and Profit
Documenting your project makes for great before-and-after photos to impress friends. A scrapbook can also validate yo...
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How To: Sleuth an Open House
Traditional real estate wisdom dictates that you should never buy the nicest house on the block. Calibrate potential ...
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See Your House Through Appraisal Goggles
Good news! Real estate prices are firming up, and sales are on an upswing. You may soon be able to cash in on your ho...
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Bob Vila Radio: Return on Investment
Keeping up with the Joneses can actually be a good rule of thumb if you’re planning to sell your house within the nex...
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Heat Up Kitchen Resale Value
Kitchens sell houses. That's still true. But if you are remodeling your kitchen with an eye towards recapturing your ...
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3 Ways Your Neighbors Affect Your Home's Value
Here's some context for the old adage that home values are based on location, location, location: We identify three w...
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Kitchen Trends to Bank On
Baked-in obsolescence is the last thing you want in your kitchen remodel. Classic  layouts, finishes, and styles are ...
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Leap Over the Top 3 Market Obstacles
Whether you are selling or buying a house, your plans are likely to be derailed by one of three factors that are trip...
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Buy for Your Buyer
The smart way to buy today is with resale in mind. Here are four long-term trends that will likely shape the marketab...
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Bob Vila Radio: Buying Short Sales
Lots of home-buyers look for “short sales”, because on the surface, they can seem like a bargain. CM_BVILANOTES-6 Buy...
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Bob Vila Radio: Buying Foreclosures
In the current real estate market, it’s not hard to find foreclosed properties to buy. But a home that looks like a g...
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Capture High Marks for Below-Grade Improvements
Photo: shutterstock. comBasements are a common target for the supposedly easy and fast addition of livable space. Aft...
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Put an Appraiser on Your Remodeling Team
Home values continue to vacillate in most markets, which means that it's difficult to estimate exactly how much equit...
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Gen 'Why' Ponders Homeownership
Though they've seen their parents lose equity, today's 20-somethings have home-buying on their minds. A just-released...
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Bob Vila Radio: Outdoor Living Adds Value
Summer’s here, and it’s a great time to expand your living space—and your home’s value—by making the most of the grea...
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How To: (Really) Win a Bidding War
It's a realty agent's dream: bidding wars are back! At least, that's the hyperventilation du jour. From Boston to Los...
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Senior Moment: Boost Home Value by Enabling Independent Living
Not much has been guaranteed in the housing industry in the past seven years, but there's one trend that is sure to r...
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Bob Vila Radio: Staging to Sell
Did you know that making your home look like a stage set can actually add 10 or 15% to the selling price? You can hir...
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Every Home's a Stage
You stripped the woodwork, replaced the windows, and brought the kitchen from the dark ages into the light. You poure...
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5 Tips for Moving: One Veteran's Advice
Five years ago today, I moved into my condo. It was the first home that I purchased. Not only did I have a new home, ...
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Rehabbing a Foreclosure? Spend This Much
Quality home renovation got a shout-out from Wall St. recently with Morgan Stanley analyst Oliver Chang recommending ...
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Bob Vila Radio: Paint and Resale
Ask any realtor how to maximize your home’s value; they’ll tell you to grab a paintbrush. LISTENListen to BOB VILA ON...
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No Vacation: Tax Rules Tighten on Getaway Homes
Ah, a secluded, peaceful vacation home, far from the madding crowd. . . But not far enough to be away from the IRS. T...
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Today's Rents for Yesterday's Houses
Renting is suddenly cool: these days, renting is about lifestyle and flexibility, says Jane Hodges, author of the new...
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Checklist: A Safe and Insurable House
Following some simple guidelines can safeguard your property, keep your family protected, and lower your insurance pr...
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The Rising Cost of Low-Rate FHA Loans
In the wake of the housing bust, the Federal Housing Authority (FHA), once a lender of "near-last resort" for moderat...
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Top Terms to Employ in Your Listing for a Faster Sale
Talk isn't cheap, not when it comes to picking the right words to describe the house you are selling. Paul Anglin, an...
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Bob Vila Radio: Home Inspection
Bob Vila Radio is a newly launched daily radio spot carried on more than 60 stations around the country (and growing)...
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Words to Sell By: Perfect the Language in Your Listing
You're proud of your work. But the ultimate validation comes from househunters and real estate agents. In today's unf...
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Fee for All: How to Keep More Equity
Realty agents have clung to their traditional 6% fee structure through boom and bust, insisting that 6% of the home s...
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Why Is The Home Depot So Crowded?
If you're tackling a home improvement project this spring, you're not the only one reinvesting sweat equity in your h...
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Quick Tip: Hire a Home Inspector Before You Buy
Search for Hidden Problems Now, more than ever, buyer beware. Most sellers just aren’t motivated to do expensive repa...
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Getting a Loan
Loaning money is at the heart of a bank's business. But to stay in business, the bank must do it carefully, lending i...
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Quick Tip: Boost Your Home’s Resale Value with Paint
New Coat of Paint, Better Home Price How do you ensure you’ll get the selling price you want for your home in a buyer...
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Quick Tip: Why Home Staging Pays
Inviting Spaces Sell Staging your home or creating a clean, well-presented space that draws positive attention can ad...
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Should Your First Home Be a Fixer-Upper?
Mark Brock is a fan of fixer-uppers. He bought his first in the midseventies, a circa-1935 house in Columbia, SC, tha...
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Touring the Home Exterior
Bob and architect Gregory Rochlin tour the exterior of Bob's 100-year-old Shingle Style home in Cambridge, MA.
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Fixing Squeaky Floors
Bob talks with a floor expert about how to fix squeaky floors.
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New York Harbor Water Taxi Tour
Tom Fox, founder and former president of New York Water Taxi, takes Bob on a tour of the Brooklyn waterfront, highlighting various points of interest.
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Preparing the Site for Modular Home Delivery
Bob reviews the site preparation process with the on-site contractor, Michael Sheils.
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New York Brownstone Development & Design
Bob introduces an 1890s Brownstone on New York City's Upper West Side.
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Discussing Community Planning at Mashpee Commons and Affordable Housing Problems on Cape Cod
Bob visits with Jim Vaccaro and Tom Ferontie of Mashpee Commons, in Mashpee, Massachusetts and talks with Pat Fiero of the Housing Assistance Corporation about th...
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Discussing the Plot Plan for Affordable Housing on Cape Cod
Bob meets with Joe Valle, the developer and general contractor for the River Hill development in Mashpee, Massachusetts on Cape Cod.
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Loft Living Discussed
Realtor Lynn Zekis leads Bob on a tour of her own loft conversion in the Boston Leather District.
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Tour of Roxbury, Massachusetts
In touring the neighborhood, Bob introduces the nine-unit Roxbury affordable housing project.
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Tour of Nuestro Communidad Community Redevelopment Project
Bob talks with Evelyn Friedman Vargas and Robert Vargas (from Nuestra Comunidad) to learn more about rebuilding efforts in this low-income area.
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House Eight: Side Porch Renovation, Landscaping, and Home Inspection
The home's side entry will be restored using the original columns, which homeowner Jim Verity found in the basement. On the front porch, new support beams and rai...
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Home Foundation Inspection
Bob meets with the contractor to inspect the poured footings and discuss the pouring process. Next, Bob helps install the sill plate and explains the various type...
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Helicopter Tour of Los Angeles
Bob goes on a helicopter ride over the Los Angeles area, passing such famous landmarks as the Hollywood Bowl, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, and the perpetually p...
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Touring Los Angeles Real Estate
Real estate agent Lois Bostic shows Bob some interesting properties in the area representing a variety of styles-- cottage, Spanish, contemporary, and ranch.
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Malibu Beachfront Property
In Malibu, Bob tours a house that was built in the mid-50s and really looks that way, from the tile to the windows. Bob decides to undertake an ambitious overhaul...
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The Search Ends for a Home on Martha's Vineyard
The search for Bob's next project house ends, when he finds a small 19th-century home on a large plot of land in East Chop, a laid-back, picturesque part of the i...
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House Hunting in Plymouth, MA
Bob goes house hunting in Plymouth, MA, talking with the realtor while he tours the area homes for sale.
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Home Inspection
After house hunting with a realtor, Bob inspects one home in particular to check for structural and cosmetic problems before buying.
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Contractor's Tour of the Interior
Bob accompanies carpenter-contractor Bob Ryley on a "contractor's tour" of the home with the aim of assessing any needed modifications to the interior.
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Neighborhood Tour of Naples, FL
In search of the perfect "cracker" cottage to remodel, Bob goes on a neighborhood tour of Naples, FL, both by car and by boat.
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Chicago Neighborhood Tour
Bob takes a driving tour with realtor Catherine Caravette of two Chicago suburbs, Wicker Park and Lincoln Park.
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