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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a House
by Geoff Williams

There are errors that can not only cost you your dream home, but set you back financially.

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An Entire Village in Elgol on the Isle of Skye Could Be Yours
By Katie Avis-Riordan

If you're looking for complete peace and quiet against a stunning countryside backdrop, then the Isle of Skye may have just what you're looking for.

And you don't need to worry about anyone disturbing you, as the entire village could be yours.

Mary's Cottages in Elgol are made up of four thatched stone holiday cottages that are being sold with a more modern five-bedroom house. The larger house is light, spacious and has a pitched roof.

Advertised as a "lifestyle business," this is a great opportunity for anyone looking to run a small holiday company. The Strutt & Parker website states: "This business opportunity is ideal for an entrepreneurial family or couple looking to 'live the Highland dream' in an absolutely stunning location, with lots of scope for personalizing the business."

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How Much First-Time Homebuyers are Spending on Renovations
By Brittney Morgan

While Baby Boomers and older generations—perhaps unsurprisingly—still spend the most on renovations in comparison to younger people, a recent study from Houzz found that Millennials and first-time buyers are spending more on renovations than they ever have before.

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Infographic: How to Stage a Home on a Budget
By Principal Homebuyers

35 top tips for selling your home fast.

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Smart Home Improvement Tips To Save You Time, Money, And Aggravation
By Jaymi Naciri

Fixing up your house can bring great joy, and also personal satisfaction when you pitch in and DIY some of the tasks. But proper preparation is key to getting things done right. Take a short cut and you'll likely end up with a project that that takes longer, costs more, looks like it was DIY'd and hurts more than your bank balance along the way.

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How to Fix a Running Toilet in 8 Painless Steps
By Tara Mastroeni

If there's one skill that should be in everyone's home improvement arsenal, it's knowing how to fix a running toilet. Not only is it virtually guaranteed to crop up at some point in all of our lives, but this minor inconvenience can also have a surprisingly large impact on the environment and your wallet.

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What You Need in a Bathroom Renovation, According to the Experts
By Clare Kennedy

What are the latest must-haves in bathroom renovations and what are simply unnecessary extras? We asked the experts for some advice.

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Set the Mood during an Open House with the Right Lighting
By Tori Toth

Cost-effective tips for making a home lighter and brighter.

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5 Crucial Questions Home Buyers Should Ask Sellers before Moving In
By Matt Christensen

Moving into a home you've just bought is exciting—and sometimes exasperating. That's because, although you might love your new place, you don't know it all that well—which means that sooner or later, you're bound to end up in a situation where you're floundering cluelessly with the circuit breaker, or petting a neighbor's seemingly adorable Pomeranian who nearly nips off a finger. Home, sweet home, right?

Yet you'd be surprised by how many of these unfortunate surprises home buyers can circumvent merely by asking the person who sold them the home some pointed questions before moving in. Sure, you'll also be soaking up intel from the seller's disclosure agreement, the home inspector who gave a thumbs-up to the place, and eventually even the neighbors. But truth be told, there's nothing better than hearing about a home straight from someone who's been living there for umpteen years. So go ahead and ask!

Just keep in mind that some sellers might feel tight-lipped if they think your questions might jeopardize the sale. As such, many of these questions are best asked near the end of the process—like during your walk-through or at closing.

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Room by Room: 9 Clever Ways to Organize Your Home with Pegboard
By Brittney Morgan

Using pegboard at home means you can have unlimited options for organizing and decorating—you can paint it in any way you choose, use different kinds of hooks and organizers, keep it practical or display tons of art, rearrange things as you see fit, and use it in just about any room. And the best part: Since it's fairly simple and inexpensive to install and take down, it's also a handy solution for renters.

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