Love "Modern Farmhouse" Design? 7 Easy Tips to Nail the Look!

Obsessed with all things “Fixer-Upper”, Magnolia Homes, and Chip & Joanna Gaines? You don’t have to move to Texas to live in Modern Farmhouse-style! The Home Co. of Oakland, Lafayette & The East Bay shares our design tips to nail the look in anticipation of our newest project to be listed for sale soon in Walnut Creek: 2008 San Miguel Drive, designed, staged & listed by The Home Co., is a dreamy renovated luxury Modern Farmhouse you won’t want to miss!

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6 Shocking Things to Avoid when Preparing to Sell Your Home

You’ve never heard this before! What NOT to do when selling your home. The Home Co. of Oakland, Lafayette and The East Bay shares 6 things to avoid when planning to sell a house. And our answers will surprise you!

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Designing on a Dime? 8 Affordable Home Update Ideas

The Home Co. of Oakland, Lafayette and the East Bay shares our top interior design ideas for updating your property on a tight budget with DIY projects that add functionality and beauty to your home. Come by our latest listing at 1176-66th Street in Oakland if you want to see these tips brought to life!

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Million-Dollar Renovation: 5 Reasons Why Mid-Century Modern Homes are More Expensive to Rehab

Dreaming of Mid-Century Modern? The Home Co. shares what potential Mid-Mod home buyers and homeowners need to know about owning and/or renovating these popular properties, and 5 reasons why it will take more time and cost more money than you ever imagined!

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Before + After: Mind-Blowing Mid-Century Modern Rehab in Orinda

The Home Co. shares behind-the-scenes before + after photos from this Mid-Century Modern renovation in the Sleepy Hollow neighborhood of Orinda, CA. The 5-bed/3+Bath property is now listed for sale for $2,695,000. www.44TarryLn.com

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Sneak Preview of 5 Oakland - Berkeley Homes for Sale in September by The Home Co.

The Home Co. shares a sneak preview of 5 of its amazing property listings hitting the market for sale in September in Oakland and Berkeley.

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