Keeping your kitchen organized is essential to cooking and a good room aesthetic. If your kitchen is disorganized, you’re likely scrambling to find what you need when you cook. That’s never good, and it’s completely unnecessary, too. There are various quick, low-cost ways to organize your kitchen and make it suitable to your needs. Here are some ideas to consider: #1...

Digital currencies continue to take hold in real estate – this time, across the Atlantic. RE/MAX London recently announced a trial program with payment platform GoCoin that will support digital currency payments on property rentals throughout the country. “RE/MAX just topped representation in over 95 countries; this represents over one third of the world, hence...

The Long Island Sound is home to some of the Northeast’s most dazzling waterfront property. In fact, Sasco Point, located in the New York City suburb of Fairfield, Conn., is recognized as one of the most notable waterfront estates in the United States. Taking a look at the photos (more below), it’s easy to see why this particular property is so appealing: it...

A washer and a dryer are two of the most important appliances in a home. They work hard keeping up with the piles of laundry generated by most families, yet they are sometimes taken for granted when it comes to taking time to care for them. A few easy maintenance and operational tips can help these appliances perform more efficiently and substantially extend their...

This post was contributed by Terri Engels If you own real estate and decide to lease it out to someone else, then congratulations: you are now a landlord in the eyes of the law. Whether you lease out a single family home or apartments in a multiplex building, there are many landlord responsibilities that come with the territory. Some duties seem clear, like collecting...

As we prepare for Frank Underwood to take over the Oval Office in the Netflix hit series, "House of Cards," (which debuted its third season Feb. 27), a new survey set out to gain insight into the all-too-familiar practice of binge watching. Results of the CENTURY 21 Real Estate commissioned “Binge Watching Survey” touched base with over 4,000 U.S. adults. In...

In the 2010 documentary “Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work,” Rivers herself commented that her posh Manhattan apartment is “what Marie Antoinette would have done if she had the money.” Classic Joan! But taking a closer look at the exquisite, over-the-top Euro-flair of her East 62nd Street pad, it’s clear to see that Rivers probably wasn’t joking at all. Built...

Sixty-one percent of brokers surveyed enlist outside coaching for agents and almost the same amount (60 percent) believe that hiring these coaches yields a tangible ROI, according to RISMedia's 2015 Outside Coaching Survey. Not only does outside coaching help offer fresh perspectives for agents and brokers, but oftentimes, coaching can be a powerful vehicle toward...

Don’t fret, Cooper – the real estate industry still thinks you’re a winner! RISMedia took a trip to Tinseltown in this month’s Reader Rewards contest, asking our readers which Academy Award nominee they’d like to (hypothetically) help buy or sell a home. Out of the 10 leading actors and actresses up for the gold statuette, the Oscar for Best Real Estate...

We all have different opinions on what makes a truly great leader. According to former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, a great leader should be many things, from optimistic to well prepared. He should know. In addition to making major positive changes to the city of New York and being widely renowned as one of the most effective chief executives in modern American...