Home-ownership Before Marriage in Rhode Island

A home of your own complete with a white picket fence, the realization of the “American Dream.” If you’re unmarried, though, you might feel this dream is out of your reach. After all, aren’t wedding bells supposed to proceed house hunting? Well, according to recent stats, there are many couples who are reversing the order … Continued

Simple Curb Appeal Ideas

These fast and easy updates to your front door and landscaping can make a big impact on your home’s exterior curb appeal. Maybe the outside of your home looks a little blah to you lately, but you’re not ready for a major upgrade. Fortunately, plenty of options exist for giving your place a little facelift … Continued

5 Value & Style Home Improvements in Rhode Island

For just a few hundred dollars up to a few thousand, depending on how much you are willing to spend, you can make these fantastic upgrades that add value to your home and quality to your lifestyle. Outdoor Outlets  Whether you want to be able to hold outdoor parties in your backyard or use an electric … Continued

Which Home Projects Require a Permit in RI?

Many DIY projects can be a lot more complicated than they appear on the popular home improvement shows. One of the things that isn’t often mentioned is that there are a lot of projects that require a permit before you get started creating a magazine-worthy space.  A building permit provides you with protection. It ensures … Continued

5 Things To Fix Before You List Your House in Rhode Island

Are you thinking about listing your Rhode Island house? If so, you will likely be making some fixes and upgrades to the home in order to get it listing-ready. But not all repairs are created equal. You don;t want to make expensive repairs that offer little to no return. In this blog, we have put together … Continued

Small Changes for Small Kitchens

Does walking into your kitchen make you want to walk right back out? A kitchen that’s outdated or just plain drab can be depressing, but so can the realization of how much it will cost to renovate it. The good news is that you don’t need to do a complete overhaul to get happy in … Continued

Psychology of House Colors

  Color personality tests are fun to take. Who doesn’t enjoy being told that they’re true blue or mellow yellow? Color tests help you choose which shades to wear, which you may already know, but they may not help you when it comes to decorating your home. You may look dynamic in red, but red … Continued

How to Simplify House Moves

When you’re selling your home, getting your belongings organized can seem like a low priority. You’re dealing with finding the right real estate agent, the best time to list your home on the market, and maybe even house-hunting for a new place to live. All of that can keep you quite busy considering many of … Continued