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8 Native Grasses and Sedges for Southeastern Gardens (8 photos)

September 12, 2016 5:12 am

In the southeastern United States, grasses and grass-like herbaceous plants occur naturally in coastal areas, wet meadows and wire grass-longleaf pine ecosystems. The region offers some wonderful native plants that can bring the moody and flowing look of these plant communities to your landscape. Here… Houzz Galleries

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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Fannie Mae sets official date for using trended credit data

September 12, 2016 5:12 am

After market anticipation, the launch date is finally set for the release of Fannie Mae’s Desktop Underwriter Version 10.0. Best part is this update is expected to open up the credit box to potential borrowers previously deemed unworthy. With Home Affordable Refinance Program extended into 2017, it also means that the threat of scammers pretending […]

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9 Ways To Inject A Little Fun Into Your Home Décor

September 11, 2016 12:54 pm

Why so serious? If home is where the heart is, shouldn't it also be where the happiness is? You can create a home that makes you smile by making sure…

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Kitchen Renovations That Will Give You The Biggest Bang For Your Buck

September 11, 2016 12:54 pm

For some, the idea of a kitchen renovation is thrilling. They can't wait to get in there and rip out countertops, replace or paint cabinets, and choose shiny new finishes.…

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Every single part of this camera is 3D printed

September 10, 2016 11:12 am

We’ve seen 3D printed cameras before, but they always include some prefabricated part: a hinge, a spring, or more complicated bits like shutters and iris mechanisms. But designer Amos Dudley has done what I’ve always hoped someone would do: make a camera entirely out of 3D printed parts — yes, including the lens. Read More […]

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Judge a book through its cover with this terahertz camera setup

September 10, 2016 11:12 am

What do you do if you want to peek inside a book, but you’re pretty sure it’ll crumble into dust if you even crack the cover a little bit? Well, nothing: Opening a book is a critical step in finding out what’s inside. Or at least it was until someone at MIT decided that shouldn’t […]

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Kitchen of the Week: A French Country Makeover in Philly (10 photos)

September 10, 2016 11:12 am

This homeowner, who loves to bake and travels often, wanted more space and a classic French design in her kitchen, part of a midcentury addition to a turn-of-the-last-century cottage. Designer Kristine Robinson wasn’t afraid to knock down walls to make it happen. The new kitchen has a roomier layout,… Houzz Galleries

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New This Week: 3 Easygoing Rooms With Creamy Off-White Walls (3 photos)

September 10, 2016 11:12 am

While white has continued its reign as the go-to color choice in kitchens and elsewhere in the home, its off-white cousin has quietly ascended to a position of worthy challenger. Off-white made the list of four major paint brands’ Color… Houzz Galleries

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Wells Fargo fake accounts fiasco proves big banks don't learn

September 10, 2016 11:12 am

For many people, their trust in the country’s financial system was broken (perhaps irreparably so) by the financial crisis. In the aftermath, the financial services industry needed to take steps to repair that broken trust. But the $185 million fine levied against Wells Fargo for opening up two million fake accounts shows that the financial […]

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Ten-X names new head of institutional client group

September 10, 2016 11:12 am

Ten-X just hired Camille Renshaw as its new head of institutional client group. Here is what she brings to the table, and why the company commercial real estate division general manager says she’s a “perfect fit” for Ten-X. HousingWire.com Topics

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