American Home Styles The 1925 Paris Exhibition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs launched the Art Deco style, which echoed the Machine Age with geometric decorative elements and a vertically oriented design. This distinctly urban style was never widely used in residential
What’s really going on in Reno/Sparks This month, instead of a Market Update, I give my opinion about the real reason behind the home affordability problem. We all see the headlines locally and nationally about rising home prices. I hear
768 Holcomb Ave Reno NV 89502 The Little Blue House at 768 Holcomb may be the best example of adaptive rehabilitation and blending modern and traditional in all of midtown. Loving rescued and restored in the last five years by
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Understanding your investment Buying a home is a significant investment, and this investment contains a lot of different pieces and systems. Understanding your investment and the life expectancy of these systems is key to maximizing your investment. When purchasing a
We take a look back at January 2019 and the trends we see in the Reno/Sparks Real Estate Market. We look at where we are, and what we expect to happen.
We have learned that areas with higher ranking schools have homes that sell faster and often times for more money than homes with lower school rankings.
American Home Styles These narrow, rectangular one and one-half story houses originated in California during the 1880s as a reaction to the elaborate decoration of Victorian homes. The style then moved eastward to the Midwest in the early 20th century,