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12 Trending Decorating Tips To Try This Week

1. Delineate rooms with metal and glass dividers. Open floor plans are great, but sometimes you need the option of sound buffering and privacy. The metal-and-glass divider shown here provides that, keeping things feeling airy while allowing for the two rooms to be closed off from one another.


2. Consider a leathered-finish countertop. Countertops come in all kinds of finishes, and it’s worth looking into each one to see which is right for you. The leathered finish on the Snow quartzite countertop shown here offers a bit of texture and helps hide fingerprints, as opposed to, say, a polished finish that tends to highlight every smudge.


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Eight Ways Virtual And Augmented Reality Are Changing The Real Estate Industry

The real estate industry is changing fast, with technology and enhanced inter-connectivity already making a massive impact in the sector in terms of how customers find a property and how they view it. The internet remains one of the most popular resources for home buyers, with 95% of customers searching for real estate online, and a record 51% actually finding their ideal home that way, according to National Association of Realtors research.


Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) in particular are becoming increasingly popular technologies in the industry, as they allow real estate professionals to offer a unique experience and perspective to potential buyers by digitally touring properties from anywhere in the world. Helping both agents and customers save time, and considerably speeding up the buying process, this technology is only expected to grow further, as indicated by a recent Goldman Sachs report. The research predicts that the VR and AR market in real estate will reach at least $80 billion by 2025.


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8 Ways to Trim Your Summer Electric Bills

During hot summer weather, heavily using air conditioners, humidifiers, refrigerators and other home appliances can catapult home electrical bills through the roof. In most regions, power companies charge for electrical usage on a tiered basis – the more power you use, the higher the rates you pay. During any given month, once you use up your allotted baseline amount of electricity, the cost for additional power can double or triple. A key money-saving strategy is to clip off excess usage.


Here are eight ways to save now!!


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