When it comes to selling a home fast — and for top dollar — a picture is worth more than just a thousand words: It might be worth a few thousand bucks. We asked local pros how to get a home ready for “picture day.”
Local chefs and gourmands say the technique can give their condiments and sauces a mellow, oaky flavor.
Every year, people flood into the District for jobs, internships or school — and many don’t intend to stay long. Even for those who do, filling an apartment can seem daunting and expensive. Enter the furnished apartment.
Though only about a 30-minute drive from downtown D.C., Hyattsville, Md., feels far removed from the hustle of the city. And a recent flurry of real-estate development, including a new mixed-use area dubbed Arts District Hyattsville, is raising its profile and luring younger folks to the area.
Have a kid? A dog? An unfinished novel? There’s a coworking option just for you.
Newlyweds Adam Schreck and Stacy Rosenberg wanted to start off their lives together in a new home, which meant selling Rosenberg's two-bedroom condo right in the midst of the traditional winter slow season.
After four years in the Army, Van Standifer says he finds himself pondering the age-old question: What do I want to be when I grow up? For Standifer, like many veterans, an MBA is a chance to discover what that next step might be.
Whether you live in a group house, high-rise or English basement, we’ve got some cost-saving tips to lower heating bills, plus green ideas for renters looking to save the environment — and maybe a few bucks.
The jagged lines and earthy hues of Wayne Higby’s ceramic vessels echo the Colorado canyons and valleys where he grew up. To Higby, 70, they’re more than pretty pottery. He calls them “mind-scapes."
Housing cooperatives, commonly known as co-ops, where residents collectively own their building as opposed to owning an individual unit, may be a bit of a mystery to renters and Realtors, but buying into one isn’t much different from buying a condo.