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6 Facts Every Homeowner Should Know

Winter may not seem like the ideal time to paint your home. As temperatures drop and snow looms on the horizon, most folks’ home-improvement plans go into hibernation (except for some perhaps overdue winterizing projects). After all, you’ve spent all year beautifying your house; now it’s time to slow down and cozy up.

But if painting your house does fall on your current to-do list, don’t stress. There are some unexpected benefits to painting your home in the winter!

Before you pick up a paintbrush or call a professional painter, you should have a full understanding of the ins and outs of painting when it’s cold outside. Below, the benefits and tips all homeowners should know about painting their home during the winter.


1. Painting your home in winter might be cheaper

If you’re hiring a professional to paint the outside of your home and if budget is a

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Race for Space Pushing Up Suburban Rents

Big companies that own single-family homes are raising rents at the fastest rate since they emerged from last decade’s foreclosure crisis, capitalizing on a rush for suburban housing.

Though millions of Americans are still struggling to pay rent and at risk of eviction, the bet on six-figure-earning suburbanites by companies such as Invitation Homes Inc.and American Homes 4 Rent has so far been pandemic proof.

Occupancy of the hundreds of thousands of houses collectively owned by these companies is at record highs. Timely payments are in line with historical rates. Tenants are accepting rent increases instead of moving out. New renters hunting for home offices and outdoor space are paying up to move in.

A Covid-19 vaccine might make moving to the suburbs less urgent for some, but rental executives and investors expect favorable demographic and housing-market dynamics to outlast the pandemic.

“The demand we see today is totally

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