There are plenty of ways to stylishly stash your liquor as a renter, be it a bookshelf, a bar cart or even building lots of shelving, as local cocktail consultant T. Marshall Fawley did to store 300-plus bottles.
By Lea Radick |
D.C.'s Office of the Tenant Advocate tackles a question about a tenant's right to "quiet enjoyment" of a rental unit. So if you have noisy neighbors — or you are the noisy neighbor — listen up.
Rather than plopping a dozen carnations into a Mason jar (just because you saw it on Pinterest does not make it cool), consider one of these off-center centerpieces.
Think you live in the footprint of fame? Here's how to tell.
Being your own real-estate agent can translate into thousands of dollars in savings. Here are tips if you’re planning to give “for sale by owner” a shot.
Express breaks down the simple truths of life as D.C. renter, and we all have one thing in common — the rent is too damn high.
Spring cleaning is a ritual for many. And for apartment dwellers, it helps you get the most out of your pad. If cleaning sounds about as fun as a root canal, don’t panic: We have tips.
Over time the seal around your bathtub can crack, allowing moisture to pool inside and mold and mildew to grow. It's not hard to fix the problem yourself. Here's a step-by-step guide.
A real-estate trend is yielding a whole new crop of historic places for renters to live in D.C.
By Lea Radick |
Scoring a great deal on an English basement rental can feel pretty bright. Living in one, however, can leave you feeling in the dark. Try these tips to avoid feeling like a cave-dweller.