‘Love It or List It’ Reveals Where Extra Space Is Hiding in a Small House

On “Love It or List It,” now in its 17th season, co-hosts David Visentin and Hilary Farr have met countless homeowners who claim they’ve outgrown their homes.

But is their house truly too small, or do they just need some help redesigning their space?

That’s the question at the heart of the latest episode, “Downtown Disconnect,” where parents Sunita and Bijal claim there just isn’t enough room in their house anymore for their family of four. So, real estate agent Visentin starts searching for bigger homes they could buy in the area, while designer Farr tries to renovate the space they have to persuade them to stay.

While the house does seem tiny, Farr works wonders to make the space feel bigger, while also carving out space for a home office, small mudroom, and more. Here’s how she does it, which might inspire you to head off looking for hidden

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Related Group, Block Capital List Domio Wynwood For Sale

Domio Wynwood, Gustavo Miculitzki, and Jon Paul Pérez (Credit: Alberto Tamargo/Getty Images)

Domio Wynwood, Gustavo Miculitzki, and Jon Paul Pérez (Credit: Alberto Tamargo/Getty Images)

The Related Group and its partner, Block Capital Group, are looking to sell their apartment-hotel in Wynwood, which has a whisper price of $90 million.

Domio has a master lease for the 175-unit mixed-use building at 51 Northwest 26th Street in Miami. The short-term rental operator signed a 10-year lease with two five-year extension options nearly a year ago for the building, its flagship location in Miami.

Roberto Pesant

Roberto Pesant

The property includes 28,700 square feet of retail space, which is about 18 to 20 percent leased, said listing brokers Roberto Pesant and Jaret Turkell of Berkadia. The two investment sales brokers are listing the building for sale with the whisper price, along with Berkadia’s Scott Wadler. Related declined to comment.

Block Capital, led by the Miculitzki family, and Related completed the building last year. It’s the first hotel

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Two three-bedroom, three-bathroom historic houses in D.C.’s Anacostia list for under $300,000

To address affordability challenges for District residents, the D.C. Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) recently moved and rehabilitated two historic Anacostia houses from the Maple View Flats development on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE, which includes more than 100 affordable apartments. Both single-family houses will be available to families who meet the affordable housing program requirements and enter a lottery by Nov. 16.

To enter, families must certify that they meet the income and household size limits for each house and submit an expression of interest and a preapproval letter from a lender at dhcd.dc.gov/myfairshot. After Nov. 16, five to seven households will be chosen by a lottery and can tour the homes and submit their documents and certification of their eligibility in order of their rank in the lottery.

The buyers will have 60 days to close after they submit their documents. The extra households will

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West Jefferson property transfers for Sept. 24-29, 2020, See a list of home and other sales | Home/Garden

Below is a compilation of properties sold in West Jefferson Parish from Sept. 24-29. Data is compiled from public records.


Transfers for Sept. 24-29


Devereaux Court 3617: Paulina P. Nguyen to The Tran, donation.

Kathi Lane 98: Harold F. Carriles III and Sarah E.F. Carriles to George Leslie IV, $148,000.

Rosalie Drive 153: Real Estate Remedies LLC to Amarc Properties LLC, $50,000.


Marvis Grove, no further data: Soledad L.M. Tranchant to Richard J. Kornman, $165,000.


11th St. 148: Chantal T. Benoit to Sara Vecino, $143,000.

7th St. 302: Natalie B. Pritchett and Brent E. Pritchett to Douglas Pritchett, donation.

Stillwell Lane 940: Lisa McDonald to Tyrone Shenall, donation.


Amaris Blvd. 1002: Amaris Isle Plantation LLC to Pelican Builders Group LLC, $45,000.

Cheniere Caminada subdivision, lot 9, square 3: Quick Real Estate Holdings LLC to William L. Sigmon and Jessica Sigmon, $142,000.


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How to List a House for Sale by Owner | Home Guides

Listing a home “For Sale by Owner” is an option many sellers choose to save money on the transaction. Without working with a real estate broker, the seller doesn’t have to pay broker fees on his end. Using different resources to list the home for sale by owner is the best way to quickly find a buyer.

Obtain the market value of the home. This will help you determine the best price to sell your property. Visit online real estate sites such as Zillow or Trulia to find out the recent sale prices of comparable homes sold in your neighborhood. You can also hire a real estate appraiser to get a value for your home.

Place a “For Sale by Owner” sign in front of your home with your contact information. Many hardware and home improvement stores sell attractive “For Sale by Owner” signs.

Use sale-by-owner Internet services to list

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Tips to List Your Property Online

No doubt, listing property online is an easy thing to do, but it still needs some guidelines to perform the job perfectly. A little mistake in the listing may fail to bring your property into the limelight. And, advancement in the technological sector has increased the online real estate competition to a great extent. Every person feels easy in selling or buying property online which is leading to unlimited listings. So, you need to update your property intelligently to make it stand out. Here are a few tips that can help you sell or rent your listed property quickly.

Catchy Headline

The headline is the foremost thing that brings traffic on your listed asset. Make it short and crisp to catch maximum attention and make an impression on the visitors. It may include project or society name, area, price and the property features. Finding all these important points in the … Read More