Redmond, Oregon Homeless Camp Cleanup Comes at a Cost

Earlier this week, the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office handed out official eviction notices to roughly three-dozen people still living on the land between East Antler Avenue and Highway 126. Now it’s up to the Redmond School District, Deschutes County and the Central Oregon Irrigation District, who own the property, to clean up the hundreds of Read more about Redmond, Oregon Homeless Camp Cleanup Comes at a Cost[…]

We Asked Real Estate Agents: What Are Buyer’s Biggest Design Turn-Offs?

The process of selling a home can feel like navigating the unknown, especially for those who have never been through it before. There are so many questions to consider: How is your home perceived by others? What can you do to get the highest sale price? Which upgrades were worth the cost? With these concerns Read more about We Asked Real Estate Agents: What Are Buyer’s Biggest Design Turn-Offs?[…]

Clever Ways to Reuse Household Junk – Pallets

  Out-of-the-Box Icebox Reinforced with scrap pallet wood and laid horizontally with its doors facing up, a dead fridge gets a new life in the yard as a rustic-looking cooler. With the addition of rope catches to help keep its lid open, the old freezer compartment becomes a prime spot to stash cold beverages, while Read more about Clever Ways to Reuse Household Junk – Pallets[…]

Above-average gains in home renovation and repair spending expected to continue

CAMBRIDGE, MA – Over the coming year, homeowner remodeling activity is projected to accelerate, keeping the rate of growth above its long-term trend, according to the Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity (LIRA) released today by the Remodeling Futures Program at the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University. The LIRA anticipates growth in home Read more about Above-average gains in home renovation and repair spending expected to continue[…]