Enjoy the warmer days everyone! Read on for everything you should do this month and discover lifestyle tips curated just for you.
Real Estate in the News
What Will Real Estate Look Like In 2021?
Chances are, you, or someone you know, has bought or sold a house in the last 10 months. No matter if you are moving across the street or across the country, it’s all part of a record-setting real estate boom.
Triggered by job and financial changes, the push to stay at home, and low-interest rates - t
he real estate boom is far from over. Here are three key home buying trends to look for in 2021.
The market is the craziest it’s been in 15 years, with buyers competing against dozens of other offers and waiving every contingency. Washingtonian breaks down how it happened and what it could mean for our region, HERE.
28 Things to Do in April Around the DMV
From cherry blossom parades to Easter egg hunts, there's plenty of activities around the DMV, both in-person and virtually. Arlington Magazine highlights some of them, HERE.
Maximizing our outdoor spaces has never felt so important, and Veranda's on the lookout for fresh ways to make our patios, backyards, terraces, and balconies as functional as possible. One of the best ways to make the most of your outdoor space is equipping it with a kitchen, whether that's a grill, sink, or a state-of-the-art culinary masterpiece. Courtesy of Veranda.
The Do's and Don'ts of
Are you looking for ways to design your home to make it friendlier and safer for kids? HGTV has some do’s and don’ts for decorating a home with a family in mind.
Gardening should add joy-not stress-to your life, Martha Stewart has come up with some tasks to get you reacquainted with your outdoor space. Spring is a fabulous time to assess damage from winter, fix tools, fill in holes in the landscape, tend to your lawn, perform essential pruning, make new beds, and more. Courtesy of Martha Stewart
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