*Reach out here to discuss any Real Estate-related topic in depth. Ready or not! Tuesday, April 17th is Tax Day. Homeownership offers great benefits at tax time, and I've got tips and a couple of basics to help you understand the interplay between your home and your taxes. DISCLAIMER: I am not a tax … Continue reading Tax Benefits for Homeowners
Have you fallen out of love with your home? I love my work as a Realtor here in beautiful Denver, CO -- helping people sell their home to move on to the next big thing, and helping others find their next just-right home. It's a great way to spend my days! Sometimes, though, I meet … Continue reading 5 Ways to Fall Back in Love with Your House
In Denver's competitive marketplace, you may not have the luxury of pondering whether to choose the house you fall in love with in a less-than-ideal neighborhood, or the less-than-ideal house in a neighborhood you love. That said, choosing between two such options is a common dilemma among house hunters, and it is worth considering what … Continue reading Ideal Location, or Bigger House?
Home appreciation is happening at an exciting pace, and housing inventory across Denver continues to be limited. Because of these factors, some homeowners are choosing to remodel and renovate their current homes in advance of moving, to further increase the value of their investment in the midst of this hot marketplace. Many homeowners choose to … Continue reading Thinking Renovation? Plan Ahead for Maximum ROI
This time of year, you can often find great deals on home appliances. Big box stores are clearing out older models to make room for next year's newest refrigerators, ovens and washing machines. How do you know when it's time to throw in the towel on your current appliances, rather than contact a repair man? … Continue reading Before you Buy Appliances, Read This
If you own your home, you've probably considered various projects to bring it up-to-date or to upgrade your kitchen, a bathroom, your yard, flooring, etc. While this time of year is a slower season for contractors, in general, there are people who plan projects just before the holidays to wow upcoming house guests, or just … Continue reading The Right Way to Work With Contractors
In an ideal world, you stick a sign in the yard, a pre-qualified Buyer shows up, and bada-bing-bada-boom -- SOLD! In the real world though, home sales rarely happen that way. The market in Metro Denver, and much of the country, remains strong; you can't expect your home to sell overnight, but if your listing … Continue reading 6 Reasons Your House Isn’t Selling