Category Archives: Real Estate News

Staged to Sell: View Inside This Rosedale, Md. Home

Have a home you recently staged that you’d like to show off here at Styled Staged & Sold? Submit your staging photos for consideration, along with three to five of your best spruce-up tips. Contact Melissa Dittmann Tracey at mtracey@realtors.org.    Home stager: Cyndi Ryan with Staging Gracefully, Middle River, Md. About the property: A 3-bedroom,…
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Hot Home Trend: Vertical Gardens

By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Magazine Want to add some greenery or a garden to a backyard but tight on space? Try a vertical garden. By going up with your plants instead of spreading them out, you’ll be able to squeeze a garden in even the smallest of spots. Vertical gardens are considered a hot…
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Which Remodeling Personality Type Are You?

What’s your home improvement persona: The Sensible Improver, the Project Planner, the Reliable Renovator, the Visionary, or the Extrovert? View this infographic from the Home Projects Council to learn the five main home remodeling personality types. Source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/StyledStagedSold/~3/RN2GvHvMyNg/
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Show Us Your Best Staging Photos!

Calling all stagers! Realtor Magazine is on the lookout for great examples of staging a space in some of today’s most popular home styles, from farmhouse chic to modern or contemporary. I’m looking for some real estate professionals and stagers who would be willing to show off some of their favorite staging styles. If you…
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Gardening for Your Small Deck or Patio

Having limited outdoor space is no reason to curb your love of gardening or to settle for less than a thriving green space. From tasty fruits and veggies to flowering plants, trees and shrubs, container gardening is a great way to enhance your small deck or patio, say gardening editors at HGTV. Test your green […] The post Gardening for Your Small Deck or Patio appeared first on RISMedia .
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4 Steps to Take After Your Home Has Been Burglarized

Editor’s Note: This was originally published on RISMedia’s blog, Housecall. See what else is cookin’ now at blog.rismedia.com: Trendy Home Decorations to Consider This Year What Your Family Needs to Know About Asbestos and Mesothelioma Water Woes: Tips for Reacting Quickly to Summer Flooding What would you do if you came home and found your […] The post 4 Steps to Take After Your Home Has Been Burglarized appeared first on RISMedia .
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Pool School: A Study Guide

School’s out for the summer for kids—but for pool owners, it’s just begun. Make sure your pool aces the test with #AHSPoolSchool tips from American Home Shield®. Evaluate the Task at Hand Always check for leaks at the start of the season—all you need is a bucket. Just fill it three-fourths of the way full and mark […] The post Pool School: A Study Guide appeared first on RISMedia .
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5 Ways to Create an Energy-Efficient Home for Under $500

Editor’s Note: This was originally published on RISMedia’s blog, Housecall. See what else is cookin’ now at blog.rismedia.com: Japandi Style: Embracing Minimalist Beauty and Nature in Home Decor Reduce Your Stress as a Landlord With These 5 Tips How Brokers Can Use Predictive Analytics to Recruit, Retain Top Agents Summer is a time filled with […] The post 5 Ways to Create an Energy-Efficient Home for Under $500 appeared first on RISMedia .
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8 Best Upgrades to Personalize Your New Home

Editor’s Note: This was originally published on RISMedia’s blog, Housecall. See what else is cookin’ now at blog.rismedia.com: 14 Times Pop Culture Predicted Future Technology For Sale: Former Social Club of George Washington Energy-Efficient Home Hacks to Complete Before End of Summer Before you move into your new house, you may want to make upgrades. […] The post 8 Best Upgrades to Personalize Your New Home appeared first on RISMedia .
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Buyers: Challenged by Student Debt? Consider Down Payment Programs

Student loan debt is one of the biggest factors impacting millennials’ ability to purchase a home. According to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), 80 percent of millennials do not own a home, and, of that, 83 percent say student loan debt is impacting their ability to buy. Millennials expect to be delayed from home-buying…
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