Life At Home

For Buyers & Sellers Life At Home November 23, 2022
20 Ways to Keep Your House Warm this Winter

Winter weather in the DMV region is generally considered mild compared to many parts of the United States, but it still brings a chill: average January temperatures in Washington D.C. are a low of 30 degrees Fahrenheit and a high of 44. And occasional bitter winter storms hit the region with snow and ice. Stay… Continue

For Buyers & Sellers Life At Home November 21, 2022
A Guide to Hosting December Holiday Dinners

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Holiday celebrations are back in full swing and back in person. Hosting a holiday dinner party is a great way to reconnect with family and friends. December is the month to take a basic dinner party up a notch with Instagram-worthy, over-the-top décor and jolly fun! If… Continue

Home organizing
For Buyers & Sellers Life At Home October 19, 2022
25 Ways to Tackle Home Organization through a Home Edit

Decluttering is essential to prepare for the sale of your home, but there are other reasons to tidy up. Retail therapy. We’ve all done it: shopping for fun, celebrating by buying, rewarding ourselves with a purchase… Or two. Or five.  Shopping can be a quick fix for elevating mood. But after a while, our houses… Continue

Top house plants for novice gardener
For Buyers & Sellers Life At Home September 28, 2022
Top 10 Houseplants for the Novice Grower

Are you a biophiliac? Maybe you should be! Biophilia literally means “love of life,” and describes our innate tendency to seek out connections with nature. As humans have evolved, we have become increasingly detached from nature through urbanization and technological advances. This can be detrimental to our health. But if regular communing with nature outside… Continue

Deep kitchen cleaning
For Buyers & Sellers Life At Home September 14, 2022
Deep Clean Your Kitchen: Tips for Tackling 8 Neglected Nooks and Crannies

Keeping up with kitchen mess is a monotonous yet necessary chore. But going beyond the daily tidying and really diving into a deep clean takes planning, effort and elbow grease. If you’re ready to make your kitchen truly sparkle, follow these steps toward a major cleanse. Be forewarned: This is going to get ugly. You’ll… Continue

For Buyers & Sellers Life At Home August 15, 2022
Home Renovations that May Help (or Hinder) Resale Value

Want to get the best bang for your buck when deciding which home projects and renovations will be worth the pay off when it’s time to sell? Choose your projects carefully. Not every home improvement project will boost value – or even get you anywhere near the money you’ve put into it. Some “improvements” may… Continue

For Buyers & Sellers Life At Home Your Move August 1, 2022
5 Things Every First Time Homebuyer Needs to Know

So you’re ready to buy your first house? Owning a place of your own is an exciting – and wise – prospect! But the road leading to homeownership can seem daunting: twists and turns and mountains to climb before you’re comfortably settled into “home, sweet home!” Here’s a roadmap for the savvy homebuyer: 1. Know… Continue

For Buyers & Sellers Life At Home July 25, 2022
Renting Your Home Out

Looking to be a landlord? Investing in real estate rentals can be lucrative, but be aware that “passive” income requires homework, real work, and some headaches. Whether you’re considering a long-term rental or an Airbnb, here’s a list of pros and cons homeowners face. But first, find out if real estate investing will work for… Continue

For Buyers & Sellers Life At Home June 20, 2022
12 Items You Probably Forgot to Clean in Your Bedroom and Bathroom

Your primary suite may not get much guest traffic or public presentation, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t deserve attention. Our bedrooms and bathrooms are our personal sanctuaries, and keeping them clean is important for our sanity and sanitation. If you’re preparing to sell your home, prospective buyers will be viewing every room with a… Continue

For Buyers & Sellers Life At Home April 11, 2022
How to Host an Unforgettable Easter Brunch

Ham or lamb. Hot cross buns. Deviled eggs. And candy. Lots of candy. You really can’t go wrong with the tried-and-true traditional Easter brunch, but if you’re looking to liven it up a bit this year, here are some fresh ideas. Plan and prepare ahead First and foremost, save yourself from the Easter morning mayhem… Continue

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