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Renovation

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Renovation, from most recent to least.

A Logan Circle Renovation With ‘A Lot of Knuckles’

A Logan Circle Renovation With ‘A Lot of Knuckles’

Lark Turner | June 9th 2014

New transplants from New York City wanted to create their DC space from scratch, but they'd never attempted a renovation before. ... read »

UT Reader Asks: Should You Split Renovation Work Between Contractors?

UT Reader Asks: Should You Split Renovation Work Between Contractors?

UrbanTurf Staff | January 16th 2014

In this installment of UrbanTurf Reader Asks, a reader wants to know if it is suitable to split renovation work between two different contractors. ... read »

Sweat Equity: 3 Fixer-Uppers Around DC

Sweat Equity: 3 Fixer-Uppers Around DC

Shilpi Paul | September 18th 2013

Instead of What X Buys You this week, UrbanTurf is doing something a little different: we found three properties, with prices ranging from $299,000... read »

First-Timer Primer: 10 Ways To Tell If a Home Renovation is Well Done

First-Timer Primer: 10 Ways To Tell If a Home Renovation is Well Done

Shilpi Paul | June 24th 2013

Since DC's housing market is full of newly renovated houses and condos of variable quality, this first-timer primer offers a few tips on how to tell... read »

UT Reader Asks: Better Than Home Depot, Less Expensive Than Georgetown?

UT Reader Asks: Better Than Home Depot, Less Expensive Than Georgetown?

Shilpi Paul | May 21st 2013

In this installment of UrbanTurf Reader Asks, a DC homeowner with a fixer-upper is wondering what middle-of-the-road options exist for home... read »

A $50,000 Anacostia Rowhouse: The Before Photos

A $50,000 Anacostia Rowhouse: The Before Photos

Shilpi Paul | March 5th 2013

Yesterday, UrbanTurf featured a pretty stunning renovation of an Anacostia rowhouse purchased for $54,000. Today, we got our hands on what the home... read »

Inspiring Future Buyers To Renovate on Harvard Hill

Inspiring Future Buyers To Renovate on Harvard Hill

Shilpi Paul | February 28th 2013

Real estate agent Ed Schneider is testing out an innovative tactic to attract buyers to a home that he will soon be putting up for sale. ... read »

The Pursuit: Greening an Already Green House

The Pursuit: Greening an Already Green House

Shilpi Paul | June 14th 2012

Betty Weiss had been investing in real estate in DC for a while. She renovates homes around the area, filling them with renters for a while or... read »

Revamping a Row House, 203k Style

Revamping a Row House, 203k Style

Shilpi Paul | April 18th 2012

After seven years in their H Street Corridor row house, Maileen Villamor and her husband were starting to get frustrated. The home had structural... read »

Re-imagined: Fixing Up a Trinidad Fixer-Upper

Re-imagined: Fixing Up a Trinidad Fixer-Upper

Lori Steenhoek | March 16th 2012

In Re-imagined this week, Lori Steenhoek helps envision how various features of a row house in Trinidad could be transformed. ... read »

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