UPSIZING YOUR HOME

Posted by Angela-Smart on  December 29, 2021
0
Category: Uncategorized
Unfortunately, our homes don’t always grow with us. What may have initially worked fine for a single person, a young couple’s starter home, or a family with a newborn can quickly become too small as families expand and multiple generations live under one roof.Remodeling and adding to your home is one option for creating more space, but it can be costly, and the size of your property may be prohibitive. That’s when moving to a

Rants of a Real Estate Agent, MLS Input

Posted by Angela-Smart on  November 10, 2021
0
Category: Uncategorized
Tags: 
Hello fellow agents. As a perfectionist, there is one of many items I want to rant about. I am fully aware our Denver Market has been a sellers market for some time now which allows homes to get snatched up very quickly with very little effort. However, this does not mean you get to be lazy. You are representing your clients to the fullest extent which means giving buyers the most information possible. When we
Thank you Pamela Wandry for sharing this article. August’s Denver Metro’s Real Estate Market Trends report reflects some good news for buyers. The inventory of homes increased 35% and 20% respectively for both single family homes and attached homes (condos and townhomes). This provides some much needed relief (however marginal it may be) for buyers – hopefully signaling a shift towards a more “normal’ housing market where buyers have a little more time to look
When purchasing a new home, it’s important to do in-depth research on all facets of the homebuying process. One thing you’ll need to understand is how to best protect yourself and your investment if anything were to go wrong. Check out the information on home insurance versus home warranty below to educate yourself on your options. Homeowners insurance pays for any accidental damages and loss that are caused by fire, lightning strikes, windstorms, and hail,

10 Ways To Have A Green Christmas

Posted by Angela-Smart on  December 3, 2020
0
Category: Uncategorized
As Christmas approaches, the excitement to buy, buy, buy is in the air. Christmas trees may be green, but the holiday is not. Wasteful purchases, non-recyclable wrapping paper, disposable items, high utility bills and freight costs takes a toll on Mother Earth. By shopping local, making your own gifts, upcycling/recycling, and reducing waste, you can not only make the Christmas season more sustainable, but also save money and have a positive impact on your environment.