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Monthly Archives: November 2020

    Inexpensive Best Home Renovations For Your Money

    By Lori Mang | November 18, 2020

    If you’ve been thinking about making renovations to your home–and who isn’t– it’s in your best interest to select a project that will add to its overall value. While Chip and Joanna Gaines have popularized kitchen islands and crown molding, some of the most valuable upgrades are far less dramatic. In the DC area, there... Read More

    5 Questions to Ask Realtor BEFORE You Buy

    By Lori Mang | November 17, 2020

      Our guest blogger today is Matt Lee. Although the benefits of homeownership are innumerable, the fact remains that purchasing a home is downright scary. After all, an entire life’s savings can be signed away to make that initial down payment–a down payment that is likely to be a mere fraction of the total cost... Read More

    Neighborhood Profile: Petworth DC

    By Lori Mang | November 12, 2020

    If you’re looking for friendly neighbors, an in-town location, and charm to spare, you can’t do better than Petworth DC. Located in Northwest DC and bounded by Rock Creek Church Yard and Arkansas Avenue, Petworth is, like many in-town neighborhoods, experiencing something of a renaissance. But it hasn’t forgotten its roots and its artistic sensibilities.... Read More

    5 Easy Ways to Renovate Your Home Office

    By Lori Mang | November 10, 2020

    Our guest blogger today is Amber Higgins Working from home is the new norm–whether you like it or not.  If you have a crummy old desk in a dark room for an office, it might be time to renovate your home office. Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom notes that 42% of Americans are now working from home... Read More

    10 Reasons to Move to Washington DC

    By Lori Mang | November 5, 2020

    Our guest blogger today is Jamie Moulton, a senior content curator at, a leading real estate portal in the MENA region, headquartered in Dubai, UAE. There are many reasons why Washington DC is the best place in the United States to move to. If you’re craving city life, then head to Washington DC where... Read More

    How to Avoid Rush Hour Traffic For DC

    By Lori Mang | November 2, 2020

    Like most major cities, Washington DC draws a lot of traffic during the evening and early morning hours. Thankfully, traffic in DC is nowhere near as bad as Bangkok, Thailand where drivers spend an average of 64 hours a year waiting to move. However, rush hour still exists, and savvy commuters know how to avoid... Read More