The holiday season is here and with that comes the realization that it's about to get pretty cold outside for a majority of homeowners in North America.
Space is an issue in any metropolis, as people need to make the most of what is available to them in their residence.
The residential and commercial real estate markets are both undergoing a significant change, as property owners are beginning to realize that green products and technology have myriad benefits.
A new study has shed light on a trend that many in the real estate industry knew of, but lacked empirical evidence to back their claims.
Though much of the residential real estate market is composed of older residences in some areas of the country, there are certain places that housing tends to feature modern design due to massive development projects.
With the initial long-range forecasts for some areas of the country indicating a significant amount of snowfall and freezing temperatures this winter, families may want to prepare themselves and their homes for the worst-case scenario.
The warm days of summer have come and gone, ushering in shorter days and colder nights.
The addition of radiant heating to a home is something that can be done with ease, for both people who are constructing a new residence and those who are simply looking to upgrade their current dwelling.
The idea of a home that produces more energy than it uses would have been laughed at just a decade ago, but this notion has become a reality thanks to the progression of technology and innovative products that help to limit the amount of power needed for certain fixtures within a residence.
There are a number of green technologies that are taking hold in the commercial and residential real estate markets, but one clean energy source is experiencing quite a gain in acceptance thanks to its cost-cutting components.