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April 19, 2018

This Michigan Home Is a Triumph of Weirdness, and It Will Blow Your Mind!

Picture Liberace playing a mafia figure in a Scorsese movie set in the 1970s; this Detroit home and everything inside could have been the set.
 
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April 17, 2018

The Top Spring Allergens to Avoid by Region

Spring is in full bloom and so are some of these pesky Spring allergens that are common across the United States. Depending on where you live in the country and if you suffer from allergies, these immune triggers can cause issues ranging from mild to severe. To beat hay fever this year, beware of these common spring allergens.

Pecan

Pecan, although a tasty tree nut, can produce major problems for those with seasonal allergies. The pollen of pecan trees comes second to ragweed as a powerful allergen. People with a pecan pollen allergy should take precaution in the southeastern US, particularly in Georgia and Florida.

Oak

Oak produces a pretty mild pollen but a really [...]

 
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April 17, 2018

One of America’s Most Revered Mansions Is Up For Sale

The Brooke Mansion in Birdsboro Pennsylvania, designed by renowned nineteenth-century architect Frank Furness, is now up for sale and could be yours today.
 
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April 12, 2018

This Amazing Replica of Anne Boleyn’s Castle in Wisconsin Could Be Yours!

Ready to live like a royal? Now's your chance to buy Wisconsin's "Minnewoc" castle — an estate modeled after Anne Boleyn's legendary English castle.
 
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April 10, 2018

Tiger Woods’ Ex Wife Elin Nordegren Selling Florida Mansion for $49.5 Million

If you're ready to make Florida's resort-style living your full-time thing, check out Tiger Woods' ex-wife Elin Nordegren's North Palm Beach estate.
 
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April 6, 2018

Consider HOT Olde Kensington, Philadelphia for Your next Move!

If you are looking for that start-up vibe, Olde Kensington is one of Philadelphia’s neighborhoods that is slowly getting a facelift. Tucked away between Northern Liberties (north) and Fishtown (west), this distinct section of Kensington is going from warehouse to coffee house and condo. With other kinds of redevelopment in the works, this area of the city is one to watch or give more thoughtful consideration for a next move.

Where is Olde Kensington?

Olde Kensington is roughly situated between Cecil B. Moore Avenue, Front Street, W. Girard Ave. and N. 5th street. Considered part of the Lower Northeast section of Philadelphia, Olde Kensington is about 2 miles from Center [...]

 
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April 5, 2018

Historic Laguna Beach Home “The Ark,” On the Market for $6.995 Million

Originally listed for nearly $9 million, now's the time to buy Laguna Beach’s iconic "Ark" home. It's like a houseboat but with a historical, ritzy twist.
 
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April 4, 2018

4 Things to Consider before Cutting the Cord on Your Cable Subscription

Cable and satellite subscriptions in the US are plummeting, and video streaming is driving the change. Cord-cutters are people who have ended their cable subscriptions in favor of streaming sites, local channels, and other types of entertainment. By cutting the cord and building a custom package of individual services, you could save a lot of money, but there are some major considerations to make before you take the leap yourself.

Here’s a closer look at why cord-cutting might (or might not) be right for you, and four things to think about prior to taking the plunge.

Cord-cutting in 2018

There’s never been a better time to be a cord-cutter. Streaming [...]

 
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April 4, 2018

Ready for the Next Total Eclipse? Here’s Why You Should Visit Austin, TX Now

If you are looking to get out in front of the crowd for the next time a total eclipse of the sun comes to the US, make it a point to travel to Austin soon.
 
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April 3, 2018

Crow Hill, a Greek Revival Villa in the Catskill Mountain Range Is For Sale

They sure don't make homes like they used to, especially not like this one! Check out this one-of-a-kind Greek Revival home in New York today.
 
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March 29, 2018

Mendocino House Built Entirely With Reclaimed Timber

Has your search for a Mendocino, CA dream home hit a roadblock? You're in luck! Check out this inspired home, built entirely from reclaimed timber now.
 
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March 27, 2018

How to Recover After Losing a Home

The emotional toll of losing a home, or even the threat of a loss, is tremendous. Leaving your home when you have time to gather your things together is already stressful, but escaping with only the clothes on your back can be devastating.

What you can expect after a home loss

If you live in an earthquake, fire, flood, tornado or other natural disaster zones, you know losing your home is a possibility, but no matter how “prepared” you think you are, you’re not really ready when the time comes.

“Don’t underestimate the challenge of evacuation, relocation, and rebuilding after a fire. It doesn’t matter if the loss is expected or not, [...]

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