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  • How to Have an Organized Home Without an Optimum Budget

    By: Jackie Waters We all want to live in a clean and clutter-free home, but we also want to buy things, even when we don’t need them. Unless you find that you can curb your shopping habits, you’ll have to figure out a way to store your stuff without letting it take over your house.

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  • FOUR WAYS TO DRESS UP A NEUTRAL KITCHEN

    By: Builder Magazine Tons of today’s homeowners crave neutral-colored kitchens with white, wood, or gray tones throughout. From cabinets and countertops to backsplashes and walls, white and gray kitchen products have reigned supreme. But, all-neutral kitchens can also come off as too plain. To spice up the space, Houzzcontributor Neila Deen recommends the following ideas

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  • PERSONAL INCOME RISES 0.2% IN FEBRUARY

    By: Builder Mgazine According to the most recent data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the nation’s personal income rose by 0.2% in February 2019, following a 0.1% drop in January. This increase has been attributed to a rise in wages and salaries, government social benefits to persons, and proprietor’s income. Real disposable income, or

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  • Four Things Retirees Should Consider Before Buying a Vacation Home

    By: Jim McKinley   You feel you deserve it. After so many decades of earning a living, you can finally retire, relax, and celebrate. And what’s a better way to spend your retirement years than at a home away from home, a place where you’ve always wanted to spend a few weeks out of the

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  • Hardwood Tops Home Buyers’ Flooring Preferences

    Hardwood flooring has a long history, one that is said to date back to the 1600s. Like many home trends, it has gone in and out of style depending on interior design trends, the introduction of competing floor surfaces, and homeowner preferences. Today, hardwood flooring and hardwood look-alike products are on top once again. When

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  • Black’s Unexpected Nuances

    Flip through a design magazine or browse Pinterest, and it quickly becomes clear that after years of white walls, saturated dark hues have returned, making their mark on everything from fixtures to furniture. Leading the pack is statement-making black. “Black is another neutral, just like white and beige,” said Barbara Bradlee, Interior Designer, Project Manager,

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