Today's homeowners are focused on making changes to their front yards so they're markedly different from their neighbors' yards and easier to maintain.
When listing a home, personal taste is best minimized, especially in bedrooms. Real estate and design experts offer these tips on design trends to avoid in bedroom decor.
Thanks to rising home prices, homeowners are tapping into equity at the fastest rate in eight years. And millennials are leading the pack of those who are cashing in.
Wish your home looked like a model house? Check out some of the trends builders are currently featuring in their model homes to entice buyers.
Today's average new home size is more than 2,700 square feet, 57% larger than homes built about 40 years ago. However, many homeowners want a property that's a different size than the one they're currently in.
One's sense of self can be important in determining many factors. Here's how various groups responded when asked if they believe having a large or expensive home is a sign of success and accomplishment.
Americans are moving at the lowest rate on record. Why? Compared with earlier generations of young adults, Millennials are moving significantly less.
It's undeniable that technology has impacted our lives in just about every way possible. From text messaging to paying for merchandise with a smartphone, consumers have their preferences, and they vary by generation.
In 2016, 61% of U.S. households owned a pet or planned to own one in the future. Given that, it's important to know how buyers feel about pets in the home. When searching for a home, 95% of consumers believe it is important that a housing community allow animals.
First-time millennial homeowners - those who have owned their home for five years or less - are aspirational, but practical about homeownership.