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Last updated: February 6, 2019 • Real Estate Trends

Tiny Homes Across the USA

Tiny homes have hit the big time! For good reason, too –  who can resist the quaint, simple appeal of a tiny home, especially when they are so within our reach? Your hobbit home doesn’t have to be buried in a mossy hill or built out of fresh pine. Even some of the strangest items …

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Last updated: December 13, 2018 • Real Estate Trends

Top 5 US Cities with the Best Internet Connections

In the past decade, technology has bounded forward at extreme speeds, leaving many of us in the dust. Everything, from our cellphones and computers to our air conditioners and real estate markets, depends heavily on technology and the internet. The past few years have made it impossible to avoid becoming part of the trend, and …

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Last updated: December 13, 2018 • Real Estate Trends

Off the Grid Homes: The New Real Estate Trend

Do you get frustrated with the prices for electricity and gas? It has become extremely hard to keep up with the rising costs of heating and powering your home, right? Plus, let’s not even start with how frustrating the power companies’ customer support is! The good news is that it’s becoming a real estate trend …

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Last updated: January 29, 2019 • Real Estate Trends

7 Home Architectural Styles that are American Favorites

Whether you’re looking into buying a home, to build a house of your own, or just want to increase your vocabulary of real estate terms when it comes to home design, architectural styles are important. Houses don’t just get listed with number of bedrooms and bathrooms, they almost always have a particular look and feel …

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Last updated: January 29, 2019 • Real Estate Trends

To Bidet or not to Bidet? That is the Question!

Chances are, you were pretty confused when you encountered your first bidet, and for good reason! They are a restroom addition that never really became standard in the United States. They’re still popular around the world in other places, and can be found in random homes across the globe, including some U.S. based luxury real …

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