In most situations, home improvements made to primary residences are considered personal expenses, which means they’re not tax deductible. There are a few exceptions to this rule, though, which can earn you and your household some pretty enticing tax benefits in the coming years. Let’s check out the ins-and-outs of home improvements that can help you make the most of your refund during tax season.
Home flooding can be a disaster, but swift action can minimize cost and headache
You just moved into your first home. Congratulations! Now how do you go about maintaining it? Check out our tips.
Do you want to make your home greener? Here are 16 big and small ways to make your home more energy-efficient.
Thinking about doing a renovation soon? If you’re looking to sell or just get closer to your ideal home, here are some things you should consider.
Let’s talks about home products! This week, we’re looking at some of the best tools to keep our homes clean. Today we’re talking to Michael Silverman, senior vice president of marketing for Butler Home Products. We’re reviewing many of these products, as well, so check them out here!
We’ve spent the first part of the month talking about purging the excess stuff in our life and getting organized. Now let’s dive deeper and take a look at some helpful tips for cleaning our homes. I reached out to Meg Roberts, president of Molly Maid, to get some advice on how to keep our homes clean.
We don’t think about it this way every day, but our home is an investment that has a certain value. How can you go about improving that value and getting more return? Read on for some top tips.
If you’re anything like me, finding the desire to clean is much harder than actually cleaning. Organizational and strategies consultant Evan Zislis, autor of “ClutterFree Revolution,” provided us with some tips about this subject for the Month Without a Dirty House challenge. Take a look at these useful insights for cleaning up your home and your life.
Micro-apartments are gaining popularity in urban cities like Seattle and New York. Find out some of the big benefits to tiny living.