Real estate is not property rights. All of the theorizing about how property rights work that actually matters in real estate was done in the 1200s. You can find it all written down on the Magna Carta. There has not been innovation in that realm of thinking for centuries.Read More
As many people involved in finance will tell you, owning a home is a huge liability. Obviously, humans need places to live, and static homes have been the main method of doing that for thousands upon thousands of years. But there is nothing endemic to human nature that money cannot render basically impossible for the modern person to do without great pain.Read More
Awnings that retract are expensive. When you look at the price tag you may ask yourself, are they worth it?
While you have to be the judge, they often are, but read on to find out what they can do for you, what they cost, and how to choose one before you purchase.
One of the best things about retractable awnings is their flexibility. Because they retract, you don’t have to extend them all the time.Read More
Whether you’re fixing your forever home, looking to sell your own home online, or becoming a landlord, renovations are an important part of homeownership. But with costs increasing for supplies and labor, paying for these updates can add up quickly.
High costs shouldn’t keep you from making your renovation plans a reality. Here are five ways to afford a home renovation.Read More
Backordered supplies, lumber shortages, fewer available tradespeople — these are just a few of the reasons that home renovations in the U.S. are taking longer and are more expensive to complete than ever before.
Some construction delays fall outside a contractor or homeowner’s control (weather, backordered materials), while others may be a result of improper scheduling or homeowners who make last-minute changes once construction is underway.Read More