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Why it might be better to list your home in the winter than springUpdated Feb 3, 2016 10:31 PM Ask anyone and they’ll tell you: The best time to sell a home is in the spring. I think most real estate professionals would agree. But when exactly is the spring market? Most people would probably say that the spring market starts in April and...
Why people are leaving New York, L.A. for Detroit Posted Feb 7, 2016 7:32 AM
New residents have come to Detroit from Paris, Panama, New York, Washington and San Francisco, lured to Detroit by its creative vibe, sense of urban adventure and affordable homes — even when they buy abodes with a butler’s pantry and...
Add that extra bit of sophistication and depth to a home Posted Feb 7, 2016 7:26 AM
If you care about your home, how it looks and what you put in it, there’s a high likelihood you’re familiar with Maxwell Ryan. Ryan is the founder of the wildly popular home design and décor site ApartmentTherapy.com and four books...
Your home’s interiors should be a reflection of your taste Posted Feb 7, 2016 1:01 AM
Everyone has a basic knowledge or pre-conceived idea of what they like or can live with. Being extremely sincere with your designer should make the design process run more smoothly. A good designer should be able to channel your design criteria into a...
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Taylor Morrison hits its stride quickly after acquisitionTaylor Morrison, a New York Stock Exchange-traded homebuilder based in Scottsdale, Arizona, entered the Chicago market last July by purchasing Orleans Homes’ holdings here. The transition has gone smoothly, says Bob Meyn, formerly the Midwest director of sales and marketing for Orleans, who now serves as vice president for the Chicago division of Taylor Morrison.
A new kitchen boosts home’s sales appealHomeowners are choosing to remodel their kitchens again after a retrenching and slow down that lasted about eight years. Barbara Quatroke, owner of Q’s Cabinet Shoppe in Naperville, said customers are once again streaming in the door and looking for ideas about how to update their kitchens.