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About 5% of a remodel budget is spent on lighting, so it's smart to brush up on lighting do's and don'ts before you start a project.
You want to tackle some remodeling projects and need a reliable contractor's help. Where do you go? We have tips for navigating reviews, referrals, and rating sites.
Impress the neighbors with these value-adding exterior projects.
Ever hear anyone complain about having too much storage space? We didn't think so. Making more space for your stuff if just one way to up your home's enjoyability and marketability. Tune in for more tips.
Leaving for a summer vacation? Avoid a break-in while you're away with these tips.
Buying a home isn't as hard as you might think. Special loans and programs can help you get a home with as little as 3.5% down.
A yearly dose of home TLC will help you avoid paying for major repairs down the road. We explain how to inspect your house for trouble spots and cover low-cost ways to stop problems before they get too big.
A look at garages from a value perspective.
Heat, humidity, and moisture -- oh my! HouseLogic covers what home tasks you should tackle this summer based on your region.
Commit to these five energy-saving practices and save as much as $660 each year on your utility bills.
Adding crown molding is just one budget-friendly home improvement that will help you enjoy your home now and get a good return on your investment in the future.
How much do you save when you DIY? On a project like a minor bathroom refresh, as much as $10,000. Find out if you should get out the tools and DIY this summer.
Use your three day weekend to complete projects in your garage, garden, and more.
Love your vacation home? You'll love it even more if you can take tax deductions for the property. How you use the home affects how much you can deduct. Find out more.
BIY (buy-it-yourself) is a new remodeling trend, and you can save up to 20% by BIY-ing your next home improvement project. Here's how.
Skip the selfies and put your phone to work as an organizational tool for home improvement projects. Here's how.
Once you get a buyer on the line, don't flub the sale on your end. Here's a review of seller don'ts, including ignoring repairs, missing deadlines, and refusing to negotiate.
Good news: Someone wants to buy your house. Bad news: They give you a lowball purchase offer. What are your options?
Spruce up your front yard to make your home more appealing to potential buyers.
How to check for and correct mistakes in your credit report.