The suburbanization of America marches on. That movement includes millennials, who, as it turns out, are not a monolithic generation of suburb-hating city dwellers. Most of that generation represents powerful
By Megan Buerger Feeling pressed for space? The solution might be right under your feet. Finished basements are a way to add resale value to your home at a fraction of what it costs to build up or out.
Real estate is crazy expensive. The median existing home price climbed to $252,800 in May, according to the National Association of Realtors, exceeding the peak hit in June 2016 of $247,600. At this point,
Affordable bottles to seek out. [Photograph: Shutterstock] With the holidays behind us, it's time to scale back, tighten the belt, buckle down, and engage in other cliches that mean spending less money
Could the technology that causes so much of our stress and anxiety also be the cure? Last spring, Paul Ford was sick of the self-sabotaging, disparaging voice in his head, so he decided to do something
Literary landmarks abound from sea to shining sea. From museums and historic homes to out-of-the-way bookstores and bars, your literary-themed summer roadtrip just got easier to plan. Retrace Washington
By Dina ElBoghdady Dina ElBoghdady Financial news Bio Our minds play all sorts of tricks on us when it comes to the price of anything. We’ve all seen items advertised for just a tad less than the nearest
By Kenneth R. Harney Kenneth R. Harney Email Bio When “CBS This Morning” co-host Norah O’Donnell asked the chief executive of Zillow last week about the accuracy of the automated property value estimates
By David Charron David Charron, president and CEO of Rockville-based multiple-listing service MRIS, writes an occasional column about the Washington-area real estate market. We are entering the spring
By Katherine Salant Is America’s love affair with big houses finally over? Yes and no. In 2013, fewer big houses were built, but the average size for new homes continued to increase. According to U.S.