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How to Host a Huge Thanksgiving in a Small Space

November 16, 2017 | No Comments

PeopleImages/iStock Want to host a giant Thanksgiving dinner, but think it’s hopeless because you live in a tiny apartment or other wee space? Never fear—you don’t need the powers of Houdini to squeeze your guests around your breakfast nook, or that turkey and stuffing and pie into your overcrowded oven. Hosting can happen in any-size home, if you know a few tricks to make […]

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5 Surprisingly Smart Reasons to Buy a Home During the Holidays

November 16, 2017 | No Comments

iStock; realtor.com Turkeys and tinsel, dreidels and pumpkin pie. Yes friends, the holidays are here again, and it’s the perfect time for … house hunting? OK, we know you’re busy enough planning family feasts and much-needed vacations while dealing with blustery weather, but hear us out. While it might seem counterintuitive to put a big-ticket item […]

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Rosie O’Donnell Lists Her 5-Home Compound in New York for $11M

November 15, 2017 | No Comments

realtor.com; Presley Ann/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images It looks like we’ve got “the View” of Rosie O’Donnell’s real estate deals. The actress and former talk-show co-host has put her huge Hudson River compound in Nyack, NY, on the market for $10.79 million, according to the New York Post. The five adjoining homes can be purchased separately or […]

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Former NBA Coach Don Nelson Lists Stunning Hawaii Home for $15M

November 15, 2017 | No Comments

Marcel Thomas/FilmMagic The winningest coach in NBA history is selling a winning property in Hanalei, HI, for $15 million. Sitting on a 5-acre parcel on Kauai’s coveted and quiet northern shore is the 2,738-square-foot bungalow with two beds and 2.5. Built in 1998, this home is now on the market for the first time. Located on Haena Point, the property is “an […]

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Is It OK to Real Estate-Stalk Your Friends and Family? A Hot Trend Explained

November 15, 2017 | No Comments

SIphotography/iStock Ever wonder how much some people paid for a house, but were too shy to ask them outright? Then it might be tempting to delve into real estate stalking—the simple and fun practice where you type in their address on a site such as realtor.com® and find out how much their place is worth. Relax! According to a recent poll of over […]

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Just Moved? 7 Tips for Making Your New Community Feel Like Home

November 15, 2017 | No Comments

vgajic/iStock Moving into a new house involves more than arranging furniture and getting your kids acclimated to a different school. To feel truly comfortable and settled in another city or state, you’ll want to make connections with neighbors and community members. Sure, it can feel awkward extending a hand to introduce yourself. But if you dive right in, […]

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7 Kitchen Items You Really Need for Thanksgiving: Do You Have Them All?

November 15, 2017 | No Comments

iStock; realtor.com Nobody wants unnecessary kitchen clutter. Marie Kondo and Alton Brown have drilled it into our heads that our artfully arranged kitchen storage spaces should be stocked (never stuffed) only with multipurpose, untrendy, chef-style kitchen gear; leave the Spiralyzer for somebody else’s yard sale! And yet, if you’re planning to host a classic turkey-and-fixin’s Thanksgiving […]

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‘Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles’: How to Find a Bargain in a Hot Market

November 14, 2017 | No Comments

BRAVO ‘Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” is proof positive that real estate is a competitive, cutthroat business … not just for home buyers and sellers, but the agents who fight on their behalf. And in the latest episode of this hit Bravo show, “A Tantalizing Offer,” you get to see just how far these intrepid agents […]

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Under Armour Co-Founder Kip Fulks Shedding His Pennsylvania Hunting Retreat

November 14, 2017 | No Comments

realtor.com Ten years ago, Kip Fulks—co-founder of Under Armour—and his wife snapped up a property with over 7,000 acres in central Pennsylvania, to indulge his love for hunting and create a family retreat. Now they want to sell it for $13.5 million. “His kids are getting to an age where they’re getting too busy,” says listing […]

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Is Your Landlord a Building-Code Violator? New Service Aims to Tell You

November 14, 2017 | No Comments

Michael Nagle/Bloomberg via Getty Images For most New York residents, it is easier to find out whether the local hamburger joint has a mouse problem than if an apartment they are about to rent has no heat in the winter or a cockroach infestation. Rentlogic, a New York-based startup, aims to create more transparency by […]

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