I have flipped more than 155 houses in my career, and while I am still learning, I have figured out a few things over the years. One mistake I see many new flippers make is in how they remodel a house.
Prefabulous! From early-20th-century Sears Catalog Homes to housing experiments by French modernist Jean Prouvé, prefab construction—that is, assembling a structure from components produced off-site—has
Only one day?! Are you sure you can’t stay a whole week? If you can’t, I think the best course of action is to embark on a snacking tour that keeps you in Manhattan, mostly below Fourteenth Street, capped
Many more investors have been emailing me lately fearful of a market downturn. This tells me one thing: today’s market is a scared market. But you don’t need to be scared. In fact, thanks to overhyped
A scientist in Australia has come up with an insecticide-free way to control a particularly pesky species of mosquito. The approach involves two things: deploying a decidedly low-tech mosquito trap called
It took some convincing to get Ken Fulk, the interior designer behind Legacy Records in Hudson Yards and The Battery in San Francisco, on board for Felix Roasting Co., a tony new “coffee concept” opening
When someone asks me about visiting Ireland, I tell them not to miss the southwest coast. This is the place to experience the wonders of the Gaelic language and old Irish civilization, as well as the contemporary
The 180km Ring of Kerry drive in south-west Ireland is justly famous – with stunning panoramas of bays, inlets, lakes and mountains, and views to the Unesco world heritage site (and location of the latest