Buying a home and making it in New York are two big and challenging dreams on their own. But when combined, you're in for a ride to hell unlike any other and virtually no other American city does this to people. Here's why buying a co-op apartment is utterly horrendous!
So you want to buy an apartment in NYC, one of the tightest real estate markets in the world. But the co-op application process is notorious only on a local level. If you plan on staying in the city for good and find that co-ops are the only home in your budget range, here's what you need to know about this massive and stressful undertaking!
Carpeting in the bathroom is an incredibly bizarre phenomenon that actually has its roots in 1950s home design. So why do some people actually still put them in modern homes?
Black...is the new black. How do you work with black decorations? How can you give a room that WOW factor?
Many people put off buying a home often because of money. Even those who have it still put it off because of this persistent mindset that you only buy property if you're married or got a family. But should being single stop you?
Testimonial for Freedom with Writing on how I landed an excellent column gig.
The whole "tiny houses are stupid" take has been done to death: why aren't we further exploring the conditions that led to their influx?
Are you tempted to include decorative columns inside your house? Hold on a second and read this article which may change your mind and explain why there is no place for decorative columns inside a house (most styles anyway).
Toads aren’t just really cute amphibians: they’re a gardener’s best friend!
Toads are one of the biggest boons to your garden! Learn how to attract toads to your home and why you'll want to do so.
Executive Dysfunction, Poor Spatial Reasoning, and The Drawer of Shame: Getting Clutter Under Control
Why does clutter accumulate? How can we get it under control and feel happier about our living spaces despite the "drawer of shame"?
McMansions are the frequent subject of mockery and ire among builders and home buyers alike, but what separates a McMansion from a regular mansion?
What's up with the fake dormer window craze? Why did people start putting them on both homes and commercial properties, and why should they stop?