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One of the best things about renting an apartment, condo, or single family home is that if something breaks, it's the landlord's responsibility to fix it.But, before you feel too secure, you need to ask yourself just how protected you really are. What if you are burglarized? What if something catches fire or a pipe bursts and your expensive stuff is
Home flippers buy dilapidated houses, fix them up, then sell them again as quickly as possible with the intention of making a tidy profit. Flipped houses look shiny and new inside, but what's going on underneath all the new drywall, carpet, and paint. Very few home buyers seem to trust flippers, and with the cheesy "repairs" or
In case you hadn't heard, Las Vegas grew a bit over the past 40 years.
Now NASA has found a way to illustrate that eruption in less than a minute.Using detailed satellite images from the agency's Landsat program, the Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland has created a video charting the valley's sprawl from 1972 through 2010.
After months of open house tours, private appointments with your agent and looking at listings online, you've found the home of your dreams. You've written an offer and maybe even gone through a few rounds of counter offers with the seller. You and the seller have come to terms at
It's difficult to decide where to look first when stepping out of the private elevator that leads into shoe heiress-turned-songwriter Denise Rich's New York City penthouse apartment. A multimillion dollar art collection that includes an Andy Warhol painting of Marilyn Monroe and a Roy Lichtenstein sculpture grace the grand parlor, while the
It's the magic phrase uttered by almost anyone who's ever considered the cost of home remodeling: "We'll get it back when we sell."
Unless you keep those projects practical, though, you might just be kidding yourself. For example: Steel front door: Good. Master suite addition costing more than the average American home: