By Meghan Belnap Organizing a laundry room can be a tough adventure, particularly when you need to fit everything into a small space. A small laundry room can quickly become cluttered with dirty, unorganized clothes; various different products on the machines; and a messy pile of hangers that are a pain to sort through! Using a pre-laundry organizer, space-saving...

A North Dallas mansion that was the set for the elegant family home of the Ewing clan on the mega-hit television series “Dallas” is for sale. Largely responsible for changing many American’s image of Texas from cowboys and bull riding to mansions, beautiful women and expensive jewelry, “Dallas” became the epitome of Texas wealth and oil money. It was...

Think Georgetown and you probably think prime hangout for American University, George Washington University, and of course, Georgetown University students. Countless bars and restaurants are to thank for this steady influx of youngsters that keep the area lively and engaging. Yet, that is not all there is to Georgetown, a neighborhood that has been recognized as a...

If you're on the hunt for supremely luxurious living in California, peek behind the gates of 4130 Calle Isabella, located in stunning San Clemente. Snug inside the prestigious private enclave Cotton Point Estates, this sprawling Spanish-style residence is sure to elicit several oohs and ahhs from anyone who nears. Designed by James Glover in 2007, the estate features...

Buying a home for someone who's disabled can present some significant challenges. Not only does the disabled individual have to go and look at houses, but they may require separate financing options -- and they will need to be very conscientious about the properties that they consider. If you're helping someone disabled buy a home (or if you're disabled and buying...

I’ll admit it: I’m a planner. I prefer to be on time, prepared and as in control as possible in this otherwise out-of-control world. So it’s no surprise that I started sizing up this empty nest thing a couple of years ago, quizzing parents who had lived through it, eye-balling the occasional blog post on the topic, and partaking in impromptu therapy sessions...

By Matt Metcalf A few weeks ago, I met with clients to discuss their real estate needs and desires. “We really want a home in an area that will have long-term appeal,” the couple said. “That’s important to us.” I nodded. “Let’s go get a Starbucks,” I responded. “What?” They asked, visibly confused. “Why?” I smiled. “I’ll show you – trust...

On the top of the homepage for housecreep.com, we learn that "housecreep" is a verb meaning: to research and expose homes with secrets, criminal histories and unexplained mysteries. (Thus, housecreep is our new favorite real estate site.) Housecreep is where some of the darker aspects of real estate come to life. Their tagline: "Where walls talk - murder houses,...

When you think of housing in America, you might think of the crowded urban areas or suburbia, with houses tucked neatly in rows. This is because urban areas grow at a rate four times faster than rural spaces, and according to a new report, this won't be changing anytime soon. In fact, according to the research report The Future of Rural Housing, growth in rural America will...

If you’ve ever planned a trip to Boston, odds are Beacon Hill made it onto your must-see list. You probably wrote it down between Fenway Park and the Freedom Trail solely based on its characteristic cobblestone streets and really nice houses. That’s fair. Been there, done that. The thing is that this high-end neighborhood is also worth its salt when it comes to...