According to the Zillow Digs Summer Home Improvement Trend and Spending Survey, 60 percent of homeowners plan to make a home improvement or addition this summer.
70% of current renovation projects are DIY and/or involve help from family or friends. Is it the economy?
Doing it yourself – important if you want to save money, have fun, or be self-sufficient. Step one? The right tools.
Spring cleaning isn't just for organization and a fresh start; it can also help you with your finances.
Instead of a fleeting ski weekend, consider investing at least a portion of your tax refund in your home.
On these you should get two estimates: One to put in the improvement, the other to take it out.
Break out of the status quo by looking in places you don’t expect to find ideas, and you’ll soon find your imagination revved up.
Apartment security is easily overlooked by new renters, whose security and even lives may depend on it.
Kitchen renovation projects tend to have a way to break the bank, or at least cost more expected. But not these.
Neglected by the previous owners, the 'Nightmare on Elm Street' house was falling apart when Angle Hill bought it in 2006.
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