If you’re in the market to purchase a home, you may be wondering whether a condo, townhome, or single family home is your best bet. Factors like location and purchase price are at the top of your list, but when it comes to single family homes versus multifamily homes, what are the pros and cons … Continue reading Should You Buy a Townhome?
If you're planning to list your home for sale this Spring, you should start working on basic staging of your home now. Typically, you'll see double the return on your home staging investment; for minimal time, effort, and money, you can help contribute to the final selling price of your home.
No matter the size of your home, whether it's a darling (but tiny) condo in the city, a rambling ranch in the suburbs, or a countryside manse, you can expand the visual size of your space with a few smart tricks. Try these 7 ideas for living large, no matter what your square footage is. … Continue reading 7 Hacks for Living Large in a Small Space
We're 30 days into the longest government shutdown in the history of the United States, and while Real Estate purchases and sales continue, the shutdown is impacting the industry. What does this mean for you, a Home Buyer or Seller trying to live your life and complete this important transaction? What Does This Mean For … Continue reading What the Government Shutdown Means for Your Housing Transaction
Denver area news outlets are always jumping to get the first crack at reporting last year's Real Estate statistics, and 2019 saw the same rush to the presses. The funny thing about reporting "All of 2018 in Real Estate" in January, is that December Real Estate figures -- in nearly every market -- tend to … Continue reading A Look Back at Denver Real Estate in 2018
Shopping for a home in the middle of winter has its challenges, and it pays to be prepared. Read on for practical tips on maximizing your wintertime house hunt. Plan and prepare for inclement weather. If the snow flies but roads are passable and safe for driving -- keep your showing appointments. You'll have an … Continue reading 5 Tips for Winter House Hunting
Even in so-often-sunny Colorado, wintertime means higher energy bills than the rest of the year. Keeping your family warm doesn’t have to break the bank. Read on for tips on keeping more of your heat inside your house, and more of your money in the bank. Change the furnace filter monthly. Does your home's heat … Continue reading 5 Winter Heating Tips for Cost Savings