Why Now is the Time to Buy

If you have been contemplating the purchase of a new home, you may be wondering if now is the right time to buy.  The market is ever-changing, interest rates tend to rise and fall and you may be wondering about how new tax laws will impact your purchase.  These are just a few of the […]

Home Chores To Do Annually

All homes require maintenance to prolong the longevity of the components within. Sometimes these can be large, daunting tasks but here are a few really simple ones that can be added to your calendar monthly and annually! Curtains & Drapes Curtains and drapes should be dusted monthly and deep cleaned once annually. Most curtains and […]

Cohousing: Know Your Neighbors, Love Your Neighbors

Looking at headlines and breaking news alerts on your smartphone, it seems that divisiveness has become commonplace in our modern world.  Protests, marches, and bipartisan governmental battles are the norm.  In stark contrast the increasing prevalence of cohousing aims to change this. Cohousing communities are neighborhoods of private houses built around a shared common space. […]

Advice for New Real Estate Investors

By Matt Allen Real Estate is a great place for one to invest. Whether you are a first time buyer, a baby boomer looking to diversify your retirement funds, or a seasoned house flipper – real estate is a safe place to put your money. And chances are, if you are looking at our website, […]

What to Know About Winter Home Sales

Contemplating selling your home this winter?  Here are a few important things to know to better prepare yourself for the process.  Appearance Matters While it is harder to keep your home looking ship shape from the outside in the winter, the curb appeal is still an important factor in marketing your house.  As leaves fall […]

Colorado Contract to Buy & Sell Cheat Sheet

The day has come that you’ve found THE house of your dreams and you’re ready to make an offer. So, what comes next? Your Realtor will prepare a Division of Real Estate approved state purchase contract. The contract will feel overwhelming at first glance so let us break down the facts and the important parts to pay attention […]

Equity for Educators: Making Housing Affordable for Teachers By Emily Baker

We all know that educators get the short end of the stick in terms of both hours worked and compensation.  This makes it very difficult and frustrating to save up for large life purchases like cars or real estate.  However, owning your own property and building equity in it is one of the best ways […]