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  • Master Suite Addition: Return on Investment

    This bed-and-bath retreat for the masters of the house has a national median cost of $112,500, according to the “2015 Remodeling Impact Report” from the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®. Although you’ll luxuriate in your new private space, you’ll only get back about 53% of your investment when you sell your home — one of the lowest returns in the “Report.” Read the rest of this entry »

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    Adding a Basement Bathroom: The Ups and Downs

    Adding a basement bathroom is a big and expensive decision. It may be desirable–who wants to run upstairs each time nature calls?–yet not practical, especially if gravity isn’t on your side. Here are the issues to ponder.

    It’s easy to imagine putting a bathroom in your basement remodel. It’s harder to figure out how to get waste and sewer gasses out. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Master Closet: Organization and Layout

    Remodeling a master bedroom, adding on a master suite, or building a new home all afford opportunities to create your ideal master closet — a gift to yourself that keeps on giving. Use these organization and storage ideas to develop your personalized plan of action for installing a great and practical closet. Read the rest of this entry »

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    The 9 Most Awesome Things Baking Soda Can Do Around Your House

    How many of those hanging car air fresheners would it take to get rid of the olfactory assault from last night’s fish dish? So many. Too many! Before you dress up your kitchen like a cardboard pine forest, take a deep breath — preferably through your mouth — and open your cupboard. Odds are you already have what you need to get rid of those food odors in one inexpensive little box. That’s right. That unassuming baking soda is a walk-on-water miracle for your kitchen. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Private Transfer Fees Affect Home Pricing and Marketability

    Over the last decade, real estate developers have begun to use private transfer fees to generate long-term income. The fees, typically 1% to 1.75% of the sale price of a property, have to be paid to the developer each time the title to the property changes hands, as it does during a home sale. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Master Closet: DIY vs Custom

    Every master closet — and probably every other closet you have — can use a facelift.

    But deciding between a do-it-yourself closet system and hiring a professional to design and install your master closet storage isn’t only about budget. The time you have available, the desired appearance, special options, and quality all factor in your decision. Read the rest of this entry »

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