- Dec 28, 2008
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I’m thinking cat house
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Heard a stat on bloomberg that 30%+ of people have lived in their houses for more than 20 years - up from about 15% 10 years ago. People just aren't selling.
Nice. Funny how the little cosmetic items can go a long way. They add up too...This is definitely me today.
The upstairs bathroom vanity had gross pitted chrome hardware. Yesterday I finally got around to replacing it with satin nickel hardware to match the rest of the fixtures. It is making me unreasonably happy (even happier than replacing the showerhead which was a plastic Home Depot special and nearly worthless).
Maybe it's a matter of getting the old homeowner's stink off the place.
I wonder how much of it is that fact that a lot of urban areas are starting to really fill in, making moving out to new builds less appealing.Heard a stat on bloomberg that 30%+ of people have lived in their houses for more than 20 years - up from about 15% 10 years ago. People just aren't selling.
From ~a year ago: Homeowners nationwide are remaining in their homes typically 13 years, five years longer than they did in 2010, according to a new analysis by real-estate brokerage Redfin.
I should get a picture of my uncle's kitchen. The previous owners installed a bunch of pot lights in a long galley style kitchen, but absolutely none of them line up.I love this one. It's like it was done specifically to drive someone with OCD spiralling into madness.