Since moving to the suburbs from downtown Chicago, my husband and I have taken our love for exploring restaurants from the city to Elmhurst.
New spots are popping up every month and some of the best places are hidden out of view.
Spring cleaning can either be the best, or worst, part of the new season.
On one hand, who doesn’t love spring weather? Plus, it can feel good to tackle those projects that you’ve been meaning to get to all winter.
But if you’ve recently moved into a new home, you probably already have a laundry list of “to-do” items to turn your new house into your home.
Here are six tasks to tackle these next few months that will add value to your new home…and immediately make it feel more like your own.
If you’re putting your home on the market this spring, you may find yourself asking, “how much money do I put into my house?”
Well, there is not one simple, all encompassing answer.
The exterior of your home makes the first impression on your prospective buyers. Whether buyers see your home for the first time online, or in person, you only have a few seconds to capture their attention.
If the curb appeal is negative, or even neutral, it’s challenging to get them to take a second look, let alone go inside with an open mind.