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Man caves and She Sheds: 2015’s hottest luxury design trends

We’ve all heard about man caves. For years men have claimed a portions of their homes — basements, garages, spare bedrooms — to do whatever men like to do.

Op-Ed: Five things homeowners can do now to prepare for winter

When the temperatures drop and the wind begins to blow, we have to work that much harder to keep our homes comfortable and safe.

The top summer home renovation projects and how to pay for them Commissioned

Homeowners are often looking to make over their digs this time of year, so we’ll look at the most popular types of home renovations, how new homes differ from cottage country sites and the projects homeowners should prioritize.

Lack of sinkhole insurance gives homeowners cause for concern

You've probably heard about Jeff Bush in Florida, who was swallowed by a sinkhole as he slept. There have been many sinkholes appearing across the United States recently, causing many homeowners to carefully examine their home insurance policy.

Homeowners get sick, learn homes were once meth labs

Suquamish - Homeowners learning their homes were once used as meth labs is an increasingly large problem. Officials shut down the meth labs and the homes often end up back on the market with no proper cleaning done.

4 Million US families facing foreclosure

The economic crisis in the United States is hitting home owners hard. More than four million are facing foreclosure. With the high unemployment rate that figure could climb higher in the near future.

Existing-home sales fall for third consecutive month

According to a trade group report released Tuesday morning, sales of previously owned homes fell for the third straight month as crippling snowstorms and a suspect economy outdid the government's attempt to shore the sagging market.

Op-Ed: Russ Carnahan Introduces Bill to Extend Tax Incentive

Russ Carnahan has introduced a bill in the Missouri legeslature to extend tax benefits to Missouri homeowners. Bill would benefit older houses.

Borrowers Beware: Forclosure Scams Hit Property Owners Hard

Property owners in jeopardy of losing their home will do anything to try and save it. That's why many are willing to believe organizations who claim they can help, but not before they fall victim to a "foreclosure rescue scam."

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