This month’s checklist provides a few quick and easy tips to help you maintain your garden and yard so that you can have it looking its best in no time.
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While moving during these times should be avoided, there are precautions you can take that will make the process safer for everyone involved.
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The rise in technology has made it easier for cyber criminals to trick unwitting individuals into providing sensitive information. Learn how to avoid common housing scams.
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For many of us, pets play a central role in our home life, so taking into account what is best for them when buying a home is important for both their happiness and that of your entire household.
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Modern traditionalist architecture icon Robert A.M. Stern and his Partners have redefined luxury living in New York City and beyond, including in the nation’s capital.
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With summer in full swing, and the arrival of warmer weather, it’s time to prepare your home and yard for the summer heat. From cleaning your porch lights to adding mulch to your garden, July’s home maintenance checklist includes quick and easy tasks to do that will keep your home happy and healthy.
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As we approach the end of June, most states are gradually reopening businesses and pent-up demand for housing is driving a busier than usual summer. Buyers and sellers are cautiously re-entering the real estate market, and with their return, here are some trends we tracked this past week.
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Art is meant to be seen, and there’s some pretty great art in private homes all around the D.C. metro region. For the 13th year, Transformer, a non-profit that supports emerging artists, is making privately owned, contemporary art available for public viewing, with its Collector’s View exhibition. Long & Foster | Christie’s International Real Estate […]
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Gardens are everywhere these days. In urban spaces, greenery spills over balconies and flourishes in pots growing herbs for the kitchen. Plants are taking over rooftops and coloring landscapes with sustainable, bee-friendly foliage.
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