We analyzed about 2.8 million listings and permit filings from single-family homes in the U.S. in 2022 to come up with the 10 most common home renovations across the nation.
To better understand where homeowners may have hidden real estate value, Realm compared different areas of the country by evaluating possible projects a house could complete, the return on investment associated with these projects, and home values.
What makes a home style popular? Since the onset of the pandemic, the answer has been a little harder to answer as COVID-19 upturned the housing market in unprecedented ways. To better understand the types of houses that hit the market during the pandemic, we compiled this list of the most popular home styles in the U.S.
It can be a big relief to finish the chore of filing your tax return — but it can also leave behind doubts. Did you pay more than your fair share in taxes? Could you have earned a bigger refund? Check out this list of 10 tax deductions that may help you save money next tax season.
With housing prices continuing their upward climb, you may be among the majority of homeowners who plan to remain in your existing home for the near future. But that reality might have you pining to create additional living space. Depending on your location, accessory dwelling units (ADUs) can allow you to accomplish all your homeowner goals.
Outgrowing your living space is frustrating, especially after creating an environment to suit your family’s every need. That said, things inevitably change. If you're looking to add space to your home, you’ve got four basic options to consider: a first-floor addition, a second-floor addition, a garage conversion, or an accessory dwelling unit, also known as an ADU.
We currently cover most standalone, single family homes.