Top 6 Home Updates That Pay Off

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No, you probably don’t need to redo your kitchen in order to be able to make food there- that being said, home updates can have a dramatically positive effect on your home value, sometimes to the extent that the update itself can be profitable. If you ask most people whether they’d like to have an […]

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7 Home Maintenance Tips for Spring

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Spring is right around the corner, and most homeowners are looking forward to a break from shoveling snow, salting sidewalks and high heating costs. That being said, Spring isn’t exactly a walk in the park for homeowners (though that’s certainly something you can do now!). There are a number of steps that you’ll want to […]

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Boost Curb Appeal with Exterior Renovations

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As you drive through your neighborhood, whether it’s Barclay Farms, Alluvium or Short Hills, you’ve probably noticed that the houses resemble each other in some way. There may be a few different model types in the neighborhood. But typically, homes built between 1955-1985, have a “cookie-cutter” look. Mass production during this time period was in […]

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Five Ways to Maximize a Small Kitchen

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A small kitchen can quickly become cluttered and feel cramped. According to Consumer Reports, a few small upgrades can make a big improvement. To maximize the space you have, rethink where you store things, especially if counter space is at a premium. Here are five additional ways to make every available inch count: Place your […]

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The Most Expensive DIY Mistakes

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Do-it-yourself home improvement can be a great way to add value to your home without having to pay builders or plumbers to do the work. But even the simplest of DIY jobs can quickly turn into an expensive mess when tackled incorrectly. Here’s a look at some of the most costly DIY mistakes to avoid […]

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