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Eye-Catching Patterns, Textures, and Pops of Color Dominate This NYC Apartment

(January 20, 2018, posted in General)

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This surprising, 1,600-square-foot apartment is housed in a converted Greek Orthodox Church in New York City’s notable Greenwich Village neighborhood. The existing apartment space was usable, but the design was lacking. “The owner wanted a comfortable, relaxing environment, but also someplace he could work from. It was a bit of a scary challenge to take this project on while the owner w... read more.

A Montana Ranch Makes a Big Impact with Subtle Details

(January 07, 2018)

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For Lisa Kanning, it’s all about the details. And when it came to her clients’ sprawling Montana alpine ranch situated on 160 acres, creating interest beyond the breathtaking setting was of the utmost importance. “I love to design a home so that when someone walks into a room, it takes them a few minutes to really take it all in,” says the Brooklyn-based designer. “I want them t... read more.

It’s all in the details

(January 05, 2018)

Thoughtful Design Brings Harmony to This Beachfront Beauty


“Details distinguish a home from looking amateurish to looking like a professional did it,” says Kelly Deck, director of Vancouver, British Columbia-based Kelly Deck Design and host of the HGTV series Take It Outside. With so much professional experience under her belt, Deck understands a thing or two about flawlessly executing details.

Her... read more.

Higher Sales Numbers Paired with Higher Inventory gives you...

(January 05, 2018, posted in Statistics)

It was a pleasant surprise in December that the Holiday Season not only brought cheer and goodwill (and frigid temperatures that we are glad to see gone), but with it higher sales numbers than we have seen in the previous couple of years in the same month. While we did see an increase in sales, there was also an increase in the listing inventory which helped push our absorption rate up to 4.29 mon... read more.

Did Your Pipes Freeze?

(January 03, 2018, posted in General)

Here is What You Need to Do


If you come home to find the pipes in your home have frozen despite your best preventive measures, what is your first step? Don’t panic. Just because they’re frozen doesn’t mean they’ve already burst. Here’s what you can do:

If you turn on your faucets and nothing comes out, leave the faucets turned on and call a plumber.

Do not use electrical appliances in areas of standi... read more.