Why Do 2020 Presidential Candidates Want to Change Zoning?

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In the second in a series of blog posts examining candidates’ housing policies, Redfin chief economist Daryl Fairweather breaks down the zoning proposals put forward by Cory Booker, Elizabeth Warren, and Andrew Yang 2020 presidential candidates are advocating for changes to zoning laws as a way to combat the housing affordability crisis. Senator Cory Booker and tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang … Read More

Top Experts Answer the Most Urgent Home Security Questions

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Keeping your home safe is often a tedious yet necessary task that most homeowners must deal with if they are to protect themselves from outside intruders. Redfin sought out home security experts to answer the most pressing questions homeowners are searching for, in an effort to get you one step closer to finding the perfect solution for your home! FInd … Read More

These are the 10 Most Romantic U.S. Cities this Valentine’s Day

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New York, Houston and Chicago are ahead of the game with the most 1-800-Flowers deliveries planned for Valentine’s Day. Redfin helps you strategize the ultimate date night.   Whether or not you choose to embrace Valentine’s Day, the surge of candy hearts, red roses, and panic over last minute dinner reservations has become somewhat synonymous with the month of February. … Read More

10 Hygge-Inducing Winter Homes

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Channel hygge, the Danish feeling of cozy contentment by checking out our 10 favorite homes to embrace winter on Redfin right now.   Maybe it’s the approach of Valentine’s Day, more likely it’s the polar vortex, but either way, as temperatures drop this winter, we can’t help but seek out the Danish concept of hygge. Pronounced hoo-gah, it encourages feelings … Read More

Rent Relief: Pros and Cons of a Housing Affordability Policy Proposed by Two 2020 Presidential Candidates

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In the first in a series of blog posts examining candidates’ housing policies, Redfin chief economist Daryl Fairweather breaks down rent relief, put forward by both Kamala Harris and Cory Booker What is rent relief? Two of the latest Democrats to announce they are running for president have advocated for rent relief. Kamala Harris and Cory Booker have both introduced … Read More

5 Steps to Becoming a Backyard Beekeeper

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Becoming a beekeeper is a challenging yet rewarding experience. With an increase in demand for natural household goods, homeowners across the U.S continue to pursue beekeeping for natural alternatives. Whether your beekeeping is a profession or hobby, you can do it in your own backyard. An ancestor of wasps and ants, the bee is a prehistoric insect that has evolved … Read More

DIY Tips Anyone Can Master

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Whether you want to soundproof or create the ultimate sports den, DIY Network’s Anitra Mecadon tells all. DIY Fail–it’s a phrase many internet users are familiar with, having pursued Pinterest dreams that all too often end up far from the whimsical ease projected online. But it doesn’t have to be that hard, says interior designer Anitra Mecadon . The host … Read More

The Top Ten Cities for Donut Lovers

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Whether you prefer a classic glaze or some of the new, more adventurous flavors, it’s hard to find a better sweet treat than a great donut. For good reason, the donut has become an iconic American food, and while there are many great donut shops across the country, there are a few cities that have more than their share. Here … Read More

The Top 10 Cities for Donut Lovers

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Whether you prefer a classic glaze or some of the new, more adventurous flavors, it’s hard to find a better sweet treat than a great donut. For good reason, the donut has become an iconic American food, and while there are many great donut shops across the country, there are a few cities that have more than their share. Here … Read More