Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Children’s Home renovations to be featured on TV show … – Baltimore Sun


Baltimore Sun
The Children's Home renovations to be featured on TV show …
Baltimore Sun
Andre Cooper, CEO of The Children's Home, talks about the impact of nearly $500000 worth of donated time, labor and materials to help renovate its 44-acre.

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5 Bad Home Renovations That Lower Your Home’s Value – The Cheat Sheet


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5 Bad Home Renovations That Lower Your Home's Value
The Cheat Sheet
Sprucing up your house before you put it on the market is smart, but homeowners who hope to sell their property for top dollar should beware of bad home renovations. Rather than adding to your home's value, these misguided upgrades, from quirky paint …

20 home renovations that will hurt your home’s value – Las Vegas Review-Journal


Las Vegas Review-Journal
20 home renovations that will hurt your home's value
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Homeowners looking to sell soon or sometime down the road often invest in home renovations to boost their home's value for a resale. Some home improvements, however, can actually hurt your home's value. Sometimes, these home renovations are done …

This ‘weekend warrior’ of home renovations has bought and redesigned 5 N.J. houses – NJ.com


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This 'weekend warrior' of home renovations has bought and redesigned 5 N.J. houses
NJ.com
N.J. Home Makeover is a regular feature on NJ.com. To submit your renovation for consideration, emailhome@starledger.com with your full name, email address, phone number and town/city. Attach "before" and "after" photos of what you renovated.

HGTV star Nicole Curtis under fire for delay in home renovations – New York Daily News


New York Daily News
HGTV star Nicole Curtis under fire for delay in home renovations
New York Daily News
An HGTV star is getting nailed by Minneapolis officials for failing to hammer out the home renovations she promised in a timely manner. “Rehab Addict” host Nicole Curtis, who paid just $2 to the city for a north Minneapolis fixer-upper almost four

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