How to save $2,000 on your next home remodel

What you need to know about the 2018 home decor trends, prices, and styles featured in this week’s issue of The Hill.

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The Cost of Reopening Your Home Decor Trends are rising faster than the median wage growth rate, according to a new report from RealtyTrac.

The report says the median home price in 2018 was $265,000, a 35 percent increase from last year.

But many people are opting to re-open their homes to reduce the costs of their remodeling.

And while many home owners say they are paying less for their renovations, a recent survey found many Americans are worried about their mortgage payments going up if they do not make payments.

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New York City is the first city in the nation to shut down the entire city for the holidays, as Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Tuesday.

New Yorkers will also no longer be allowed to leave their homes on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

This means that all but the top 5 percent of households in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and San Francisco will have to pay more to stay in their homes.

3.

The average home in the United States will have one more year of home improvement work completed before 2019, according the report.

Homes with one more years of work will cost $9,715, according a report by RealtyTrak.

4.

The price of a new home is set to drop to the lowest level in three years as home prices rise.

Home prices in the Midwest are at their lowest point since the Great Recession.

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The number of homes sold in 2018 is set for a record low.

The year before, it was 5,976,000 homes sold.

But this year, it’s just 5,000.

A year ago, the median house price in the Northeast was $238,000 and in the South was $241,000 while in the West it was $260,000 for a median home in California. ____