Open houses for the stroller set, the importance of a moving-day inventory, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | July 8, 2014 - 10:59AM

Family-themed open houses are either good news or bad news for buyers with kids, depending on your feelings about "Let It Go" (The Real Deal)

Yes, taking inventory of your stuff before you move really is worth the effort (Zillow)

If you're sick of your kitchen set-up, here are 10 countertop DIYs to shake things up on the cheap (Apartment Therapy)

How to talk your board into a lobby renovation (Habitat Magazine; previously)

Still on the fence about buying? The U.S. Housing Secretary has taken to Buzzfeed to convince millennials about the virtues of home ownership, with the help of GIFs (Buzzfeed via Robbie Whelan)

Before your co-op board changes the proprietary lease--and your financial responsibilities--they'll need more than a majority of shareholders to approve (Excel Bradshaw Management Group)

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