By Megan Kezell Homebuyers with growing families need a lot of storage space. Everyone expects interior rooms to be top-notch, but they don't expect the garage to be anything more than a large empty space. Maximizing that vast space with actual storage solutions keeps clutter out of the main living area, increasing the value of your home. A spick-and-span garage...

By Meghan Belnap A house or yard flipper is an investor who purchases particular properties and creates new ways to make them more attractive and of higher quality for the purpose of selling quickly at a higher price. The goal, of course, is to make a profit over and above the purchase price and all costs involved in the renovations. Related: 5 House-Flipping Expenses...

A 9,028-square-foot home designed by the late Phoenix architect Bill Tull has been listed for $2.99 million. The property, lovingly named "Shiloh," was originally built in 1982 and sits in the foothills on the McDowell Sonoran Preserve in Scottsdale, Ariz. Tull, who passed away in 2000, is a well-known artist and architect who made his name in Arizona. He is largely...

Which feature made you fall in love with your current home? Was it the view? The in-ground pool? Or was it the in-law apartment that sealed the deal? According to a new analysis by realtor.com®, the most loved home features vary from state to state. Related: 5 Home Renovations That Will Make You Fall in Love With Your Home Again Realtor.com analyzed their keyword...

If you're preparing to get a loan, perhaps a mortgage, it's a good idea to check your credit score. To save yourself from the damage that can happen when you fall victim to identity theft, monitoring your credit is also advisable. Two of the more popular ways to access the information credit bureaus have on you is through Credit Karma and Credit Sesame—but which...

Last month, RISMedia honored some 300 real estate professionals as RISMedia's 2020 Real Estate Newsmakers. Each of these individuals—separated into eight categories—was either nominated by you, the RISMedia reader, or chosen by our editors. These people made newsworthy contributions within their own communities or the industry as a whole. They have dedicated...

By Brooke Chaplan The roof on your home is the main structure standing between the elements and the interior of your property. Although your roof can become damaged by things such as high winds and hail, you might overlook other things that happen every day that can cause damage. Related: Getting a Custom Home? Here's How to Get the Strongest Roof Watch out for these...

By Zoe Eisenberg Names: Gabe Dusharme and Brian Voigt
Company: RE/MAX of Chico
Official Titles: Gabe Dusharme, Broker Associate, RE/MAX of Chico; Brian Voigt, Broker/Owner, RE/MAX of Chico, and Broker/Owner, RE/MAX of Paradise
Years in Real Estate: Gabe, 12; Brian, 15
Region Served: Chico and Paradise, Calif.
Number of Offices: 2

By Meghan Belnap If you have a dog and want to put your house up for sale, certain things around your home might need to be replaced due to damage caused by your pet. Having these problems addressed before putting your home on the market can help you get higher offers from potential buyers. Related: Realtor.com Report: Anatomy of Home-Buying Pet Owners If you're...

By Lizzie Weakley As a real estate professional, you may have some competition from other REALTORS® when looking for business. As in every career, marketing plays a significant role in establishing a brand and building a client base. Related: 4 Methods to Speed Up a Home Sale Without a Big Advertising Budget Here are some popular and proven strategies for advertising...