For many of us, working from home looks a lot like pajamas in the living room. For folks living in these three homes, it looks more like bespoke suits against a mahogany backdrop.
Rental rates, while still higher in the long term, seem to have leveled off month over month, according to October reports from Adobo and Zumper.
Researchers for ImproveNet found that 56 percent of people surveyed had confronted a nuisance neighbor at some point.
The home has plenty of room to showcase the husband's collection of vintage radios and the wife's array of art.
If the weather ever forces us back inside, here are some houses where there's plenty to do and plenty of space to do it.
After a five-month construction process, the couple have a new master bedroom, a new sun room, a new crafts room, and new bathroom all on their first floor.
The Arch Street condo had a similar color palette and industrial touches that reminded them of home. But it also had something extra. "The kicker had to - had to - be the 750-square-foot terrace overlooking the city," the homeowner said.
These three Philadelphia homes offer 750 square feet or less - quite a bit cozier than the area's median size of 1,200 square feet.
According to the study, 83 percent of Gen Z respondents plan to purchase a home within five years. In contrast, millennials who have been renting for years have a far less positive outlook on homeownership.
These three buildings retain something of their period charm, but in every example, you can expect to pay something of a premium.
"I initially purchased the home as an investment but loved it so much I rented my other house in Moorestown, New Jersey, and moved into this one for a complete rehab," the homeowner said.
"We do feel a responsibility to honor this legacy," homeowner William Knight said, but added, "To us, this is the most important place of all not just because of its history, but because it's home. Our home."
These three homes boast kitchens worth bragging about: expansive and customized rooms with features like high-end appliances and inviting breakfast nooks.