The non-profit organization Habitat for Humanity is known for building houses for low-income families across the United States. It works with volunteers and local contractors to construct structures that will be affordable for those who work hard, yet might be struggling to get by.
In the tiny New England state of Rhode Island, traditional-styled homes are very popular. The house at 222, Theresa Street, Woonsocket, was constructed in a traditional Colonial style, however, some of the interior features are distinctly modern.
An individual searching the Iowa housing market for a diamond in a rural area may want to consider looking at the house at 330 Painted Woods Drive in Waukee.
Selecting a home is a process for many potential buyers. The property must feature both practical and aesthetic value to be desirable to an individual for them to decide to put a bid in.
What do social media and radiant floor heating have in common? Evan Williams, one of the founders of the social networking site Twitter, has recently listed his San Francisco home, which includes the eco-friendly system, on the market for sale.
A retired Chicago Bears wide receiver is listing his Lake Forest mansion for sale. The Chicago Tribune reported that Tom Waddle, who is now a Chicago-based sportscaster and talk show host, listed the property last Friday with his wife.
Homeowners across the United States can benefit from the savings provided by radiant floor heating.
Sometimes curb appeal is enough to sell a home. Eva Mehl told The Journal News that before ever stepping foot into the historic colonial at 10 Sheldrake Lane, she had decided to purchase the property. The home, which is often referred to as the Four Chimney, is located on Sheldrake Lake in New Rochelle, New York.
A Pacific Palisades home is being outfitted with the latest in modern amenities. Contractor Magazine recently reported that an all-in-one radiant floor heating system being placed in the home will allow the property owners and their guests to feel comfortable at all times.
The temperatures keep on rising in Texas and for many homeowners that means prices are also skyrocketing.