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CPSC Recalls 90,000 STOK Gas Grills

Gas grill invoved in CPSC recall

STOK Island and STOK Quattro grills have faulty regulators that can leak gas. Image: CPSC

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled almost 90,000 gas grills sold at Home Depot because they can leak propane and ignite. Read More

British DIYers Cry Over a Little Spilt Glue

Keep Calm poster to stave off DIY crisis

Despite what the British may think, a little spilt glue or paint does not qualify as a DIY disaster. Image: Decor Adventures

The British are flubbing DIY projects, just like the rest of us. But, really, is spilling paint or glue a home DIY disaster? Read More

It’s Time to Make Short Sales Shorter

New Fannie and Freddie rules and bipartisan bills aim to speed the short sale process, preventing more home owners from slipping into foreclosure and keeping the economy on its feet. Read More

Pinterest-ed in Winning an iPod? Enter Our Spring Cleaning Pinaway! (closed)

spring cleaning pinterest giveaway

Pin us on Pinterest and you could win an iPod Touch. Image: HouseLogic

Enter HouseLogic’s spring cleaning Pinterest giveaway by April 29, 2012, for a chance to win an iPod Touch. Read More

Friday Five: Short Sales Outpace Foreclosures. Is It a Trend?

In this week’s housing news roundup, short sales flex some muscle while regulators and legislators debate changes to mortgage loan rules. Read More

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