Online programs are more diverse and engaging than ever. Here are our tips to pick a program that fits you.
You spend about a third of your life snoozing. But if you do so on a lumpy mattress, scratchy sheets and a pillow you’ve had since college, you probably aren’t getting a good rest.
When D.C. resident Peta-Gay Lewis was ready to buy her first home, she knew to look to the D.C. Department of Housing and Community Development for help. She already had experience with its Home Purchase Assistance Program: Her parents used it 27 years ago.
Danielle Mouledoux wasn’t going to be satisfied with standard white walls. After years of sharing space with siblings and roommates, she couldn’t wait to put her own touches on her Cleveland Park English basement apartment.
A home inspection lets buyers know what they’re getting into and whether a house lives up to its price and the seller’s promises. Here are five tips for getting the most out of your home inspection, whether you’re buying a condo, historic rowhouse or 1950s-era single-family home.
Apartment complexes can be a natural fit for holiday-giving programs. They have a lot of people living under one roof who often pass through a central location (i.e. the lobby) each day, making collection boxes placed there hard to miss. Tapping that strength-in-numbers for charitable purposes, especially at this time of year, can yield sizable donations.
If your space isn’t as soundproof as you’d like, there are things you can do to deal with noisy neighbors — or to prevent yourself from becoming the noisy neighbor.
Cooler temperatures may have you reaching for the matches and kindling. But before you start using your fireplace, take these steps to ensure it's ready for action this winter.
Learn how to stand out among the crowd at an apartment open house, especially in D.C.'s most popular neighborhoods.
You’ve found the perfect apartment — except for its tiny kitchen. As a renter, you can’t go ripping out cabinets or knocking down walls to expand its footprint. You need to find a way to work with it. One solution is to stock your kitchen with items that can multitask. You can’t have every specialty […]