Don't Recarpet Your Home Before Reading ThisGetting new carpet can be pricey, but it sure does look great when it's done! If you're getting ready to lay down some new stuff, or at least researching your options, you may have a bit of sticker shock. But, there are ways to save if you're willing to do a bit of looking around and possibly even do some of the work yourself. These tips will give you a head start....Read MoreFreshen Up Your Home With Spring And Summer UpdatesUpdating your home can seem like a huge blank, especially if it's been a while. But there are easier ways to freshen it up and make it look spring and summer ready that won't break the bank and won't create a long drawn out hassle. Each of the each of these updates represents a current trend and something you can pull off yourself this weekend if you've got a little time a little scale and a little skill....Read More
CityRealty sees big potential for new Manhattan development salesThe high-end development craze may be coming to a slight slowdown in New York City, but prices on for-sale units are still growing, according to CityRealty’s Manhattan New Development report.
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