Denver Offers Extra Housing to Working Class

Denver Offers Extra Housing to Working Class Daily Real Estate News | Thursday, January 11, 2018 Denver is utilizing its overflow of high-end rental apartments to house teachers, medical technicians, and others who are unable to afford skyrocketing rents in the city,...

Best, Worst Places for Commuters

Best, Worst Places for Commuters Daily Real Estate News | Tuesday, January 09, 2018 Consistent travel times allow commuters less heartache than cities where it’s constantly fluctuating, says Joseph L. Schofer, professor of civil and environmental engineering at...

Neighbors Waging ‘Not in My Backyard’ Battles

Neighbors Waging ‘Not in My Backyard’ Battles Daily Real Estate News | Thursday, January 04, 2018 Across the country, neighbors are fighting against development of affordable housing, even if the proposals are far from their homes. Homeowners increasingly want to have...

Millennials and the Silent Gen Agree: Walkability Wins

Millennials and the Silent Gen Agree: Walkability Wins By Suzanne De Vita Millennials are not the only generation preferring proximity to restaurants and retail. Americans born between the mid-1920s up until 1945—the “Silent Generation”—are also on the lookout for...

Protect a Home’s Pipes From the Cold

Protect a Home’s Pipes From the Cold Daily Real Estate News | Wednesday, December 27, 2017 Cold weather can put your home’s pipes at risk of exploding. Worst case scenario: Pipes can fill up with so much ice that eventually they burst and then flood a home. But...

7 Tips for Brightening a Home This Winter

7 Tips for Brightening a Home This Winter Daily Real Estate News | Friday, December 22, 2017 The winter may bring colder and cloudier days ahead, but you can still make your listing look inviting, bright, and cheerful. HouseLogic recently featured several ideas,...