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Your guests will forgive you if the house isn't in catalog condition. But you know what they won't forgive? Some frankly disgusting stuff that you might have overlooked in your haste to pretty things up.

It's no secret that master bathrooms are getting more luxurious. Just check out the spa-like, home oases featured on Instagram or Pinterest.

But those are just the beginning. Now accent walls, anti-fog mirrors, and smart toilets are just a few of the more surprising bathroom trends of 2019 that are sweeping the nation, according a recent study by Houzz.

We know you can do it on your own. But you really, really shouldn't. This is likely the biggest financial decision of your entire life, and you need a Realtor® if you want to do it right. Here's why.

Homeowners associations can be fantastic at getting deadbeat neighbors to mow their lawn, maintaining the community pool and clubhouse, and dissuading the woman across the street from painting her house a particularly noxious shade of neon pink. But they can also be a costly source of frustration for those who run afoul of their many, many, many rules.

Good bones: Home buyers are apt to hear this phrase when touring a home—i.e., their Realtor® will say, "This home has good bones!" So what does this phrase mean, exactly?