Jenna Brown

Jenna is a freelance writer who is usually writing on real estate, finance, and home improvement. Jenna has been writing online for a few years now and often uses her personal experiences in DIY projects and real estate investing for her articles.

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Luxury Living – 5 Things You Can Do With A Fast Internet Connection

Luxury Living – 5 Things You Can Do With A Fast Internet Connection
In this day and age, when you need at least 15 mbps (megabytes per second) for all your computers and devices in a household, many people are still using slow Internet connections. They don’t seem to realize that when they have insufficient bandwidth it’s inevitable that their streaming videos will keep buffering, their websites will fail to load and their Internet connection… read more →

5 Timeless Décor Trends That Never Go Out of Style

5 Timeless Décor Trends That Never Go Out of Style
If you need home décor inspiration there’s no better place to find it than by studying trends that have stood the test of time. There are certain design elements and techniques that never go out of style no matter how homes change. You can emulate them exactly how they’ve been done for years or put your own twist on the… read more →

Luxury Living in the Lone Star State of Texas

Luxury Living in the Lone Star State of Texas
To folks unfamiliar, Texas can seem like a world of its own. Maybe it has something to do with the fact it’s the only state to have been its own country. Yet despite the maverick reputation and its seemingly “plain” way of life, the Lone Star State is still a place where folks can find the height of luxury real… read more →

How to Create a Beautiful Apartment in San Francisco

How to Create a Beautiful Apartment in San Francisco
Here’s the truth about renting in San Francisco: it’s expensive. San Francisco is the most expensive rental market in the country, with a one bedroom within the city limits averaging out at more than $3,500. Paying this amount every month is difficult with even a top tier salary and after you pay your rent, utilities, and other bills there’s often… read more →
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