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Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent List Their Greenwich Village Pad For $10.5M

Design guru Nate Berkus and his equally design-savvy hubby Jeremiah Brent just listed their hoity toity Greenwich Village apartment for a cool $10.5 million. It was only two short years ago that the design couple settled into this Lower Fifth Avenue apartment with their daughter Poppy after Oprah’s fave designer sold his 9th Street crib […]

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5 Cool Furniture Options That Will Let Your Guest Room Double as an Office

Unless you live in a massive home with tons of rooms scattered throughout, designing spaces that can do double duty just makes sense. Take the guest room, for instance. How many times is that space going to be used to accommodate overnighters? Maybe a few times a year? So what are you supposed to do […]

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Incorporating Pantone’s Serenity & Rose Quartz Into Your Home Decor

Not one, but two colors have been chosen by Pantone as the ‘it’ shades of 2016. The winners? Pantone 13-1520 TCX (Rose Quartz) and Pantone 14-3919-TCX (Serenity). In layman’s terms, that would be pastel pink and pastel blue (with a touch of lavender). So what’s up with these specific color choices? According to Pantone, it […]

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Ever Wonder What the Values of Those Homes in the Movies Are?

Certain homes play a key role in the movies they’re featured in. Imagine Home Alone without a home for Kevin to get stuck in, or Father of the Bride without the house that George Banks sees being transformed into a wedding venue for his daughter’s upcoming nuptials. Many of the movie homes still remain after […]

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Downtown or Suburbs – What’s the Right Scene For You?

Downtown or suburbs? It’s the age-old dilemma that many people face. Depending on your age and what stage you’re currently at in life, this decision can usually be an easy one. Or it can be a challenging one, especially if kids start entering the picture. The answer all comes down to your lifestyle, and all […]

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Existing Housing Outlook: Sales Surging

  Americans are loving their previously-owned homes – sales spiked in September to the highest they’ve been in more than eight years. Perhaps it’s a sign that the residential housing market is recovering enough to support continued growth of the economy. September sales of existing homes spiked to 4.7 percent – the second-highest pace in […]

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Keeping Your Home Secure During the Holidays

Going home for the holidays? You’ll be in good company: one-quarter of Americans take to the open road – or sky – to reunite with family to celebrate the holidays every year. Besides meaning a time to enjoy the company of loved ones, it also means that thieves are on the prowl, waiting for families […]

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Understand the Difference Between Base Rate and APR to Know What You’ll Really Be Paying

The interest rate that you’re being charged on your mortgage obviously has a huge effect on how much you’ll be paying every month. But you’ll probably notice that the base rate of your loan is different from the APR, or annual parentage rate. Why is that? Well, not only does the APR rate calculation include […]

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6 Decorating Trends That Never End

When it’s time to make major changes to your house, you’ll likely follow many other homeowners in checking the latest trends. You may also feel torn between following those trends and going for a more classic look. The pressure for your spaces to have a modern look can make it tough to resist, but if […]

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Handmade Home: How Millennials Are Using Etsy to Decorate Their Homes

Social media has gradually invaded every area of life for baby boomers and Generation X. For the upcoming Millennial generation, however, technology has been in their lives for as long as they can remember. Younger Millennials were interacting with their parents’ smartphones when they were still in elementary school and texting by the time they […]

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