Why Your E-mails Really Go Unanswered

A new study pinpoints the best time to send an e-mail and lets you know which prospects are likely to respond.

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Some Home Renovations Can Raise Tax Bills

Home owners tackling a remodeling project may want to consider how their renovations could impact what they pay on their taxes.

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New-Home Sales Post Big Rebound

Builders are adding inventory in anticipation of future business, says a spokesman for the builders’ tradegroup.

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Housing’s Failure-to-Launch Buyer Problem

More young adults are living with their parents now than during the recession. What’s driving this new trend?

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Half-Priced Homes from HUD: What to Know

Spread the word to your teacher, police officer, firefighter, and emergency medical clients: There’s a program that they can use to buy…

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DIY Mortgage Applications

Quicken Loans recently announced a bold new move in the mortgage business: A self-service mortgage application, what some in the media are saying…

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How to Choose and Use a Snowblower

This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook shares tips for safely clearing snow from driveways and walkways Continue Reading →

How to Avoid Rookie Plumbing Mistakes

This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey demonstrates some common plumbing mistakes and how to avoid them Continue Reading →

Craziest Homeowner Holiday Disaster Stories II

From silly to downright scary, TOH readers chime in for the second year with their craziest Yuletide tales Continue Reading →

Color of the Month, December 2015: Pastel Parchment

A timeless color choice with a hint of blush Continue Reading →