By Brie Dyas

Fall is the season for posting apple-picking photos on Instagram, enjoying pumpkin spice–flavored everything, and spending weekends enjoying the autumn scenery. Just peek out your window —whether you live in Boston, MA, or own a piece of Atlanta, GA, real estate — the cooler temps and changing leaves are hard to resist. While beautiful, fall is also the perfect time for rolling up our sleeves and tackling those home improvement projects we put off during the summer.

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Surprise! You might know more about real estate than you think. For example, you know that square footage, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, lot size, and location determine home value: A 4,000-square-foot, five-bed, five-bath beachfront home for sale in Miami, FL, will almost always be worth more than a 2,000-square-foot, two-bed, two-bath home on a quarter-acre lot 20 miles inland.

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By John Egan

Simply put, designer, author and TV personality Nate Berkus says your home should tell the story of who you are and be a collection of what you love.

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4 Big Storage Solutions for Tiny Spaces

Thursday, September 22nd, 2016

By Meghan Belnap

One of the worst things about living in a tiny house or apartment is the lack of storage space. When your belongings are constantly underfoot, it can be quite annoying. In this modern world, people tend to accumulate items much faster than they get rid of them. This can quickly turn an already cluttered small living space into a nightmare. If you are dealing with storage space issues in your home, try these four big storage space solutions for tiny spaces.

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Is It Time for a New A/C?

Thursday, September 15th, 2016

By John Voket

Summer’s nearing its end—did your air conditioning system deliver?

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What to Do If Your Home Has Radon

Thursday, September 8th, 2016

By John Voket

Do you know radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S.?

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By John Voket

Fall is fast approaching, and with it, the need for home maintenance. According to DIYNetwork.com, the most important tasks for late summer are:

Painting the Exterior

Lower humidity and cooler temperatures make late summer and early fall ideal times to paint the exterior of the home.

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Comeback Kitchen: 3 Old-Is-New Trends

Thursday, August 18th, 2016

By Suzanne De Vita

Kitchen design’s trending more behind the times than ahead of the curve, with once-dated features like colored appliances and tile countertops resurfacing in new, of-the-moment styles.

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Is Your Lawn Suffering Summer Burnout?

Thursday, August 11th, 2016

By John Voket

It happens every year: your lawn burns out, browning as it succumbs to summer heat. What’s a homeowner to do?

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7 Ways to Declutter Your Kitchen

Thursday, July 28th, 2016

 7 Ways to Declutter Your Kitchen

By Barbara Pronin

If you are always short of cabinet and counter space, it’s time to de-clutter the kitchen. But that’s a chore that seems to get relegated to, ‘someday.” The job may be easier if you know where to start, say consumer editors at Country Living Magazine.

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