Monthly Archive: June 2022

I’m a proud ‘house floozy’ and you can be sexy domestic, too

Go more than trophy wives — house floozies are the new “It” girls.

A TikToker going by the deal with @KittieHarloe has long gone viral for becoming a self-proclaimed “house floozy” in a video clip wherever she describes the title.

It’s a phrase she takes advantage of to “make enjoyable of” herself, she declares in just one of her collection of #HouseFloozy clips that have racked up much more than 3 million views.

“I’m not a wife — but I have ‘housewife’ proclivities,” Harloe spelled out. “If you wanna be exciting, attractive, cultured and perhaps a minimal bit domestic

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Multigenerational, ADA-compliant house lists for $2.2M

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Nicole Tysvaer of Symbi Homes, a builder specializing in sustainable houses, had just built the home of her dreams in the Brookdale neighborhood of Northwest Washington when her family’s needs changed, leading her to revamp this mid-century modern house in the Carderock Springs neighborhood of Bethesda, Md.

“Right when we finished [building the Brookdale house], I realized my dad’s health was getting bad,” she said. “I was worried about him, and the place we were living just wouldn’t accommodate my parents. And I also have a sister who is in a wheelchair and requires

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Should I Use a Home Equity Loan to Build a Pool?

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Adding a swimming pool has recently surfaced as a popular mode of outdoor entertainment. But homeowners need to be swimming in cash to pay for it. 

The number of in-ground residential pools increased by 21% between 2019 and 2020, according to data from the Pool & Hot Tub Alliance. And they’re still in demand. The

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