About Me
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Decided to list your home? The Denver market has stabilized somewhat since last year. More inventory is making it easier for buyers to be more selective bringing the days on market to a higher number. Seller’s are having to be more patient. The days of listing for over ‘value’ have stalled for now. Most sellers want updated and move-in ready home and can walk away from overpriced and fixers. Sellers must price accordingly. Your agent

Real Estate Agent Feedback

Posted by Angela-Smart on  June 8, 2019

Seriously? Why is it so hard for Buyer’s Agents to provide simple feedback on listed properties! Are they… -Too busy to take 30 seconds to just click boxes. -To lazy and can’t be bothered. -Don’t care unless it’s their listing. -Just plain inconsiderate. I have noticed in my business that other agent’s have become so desensitized to how to be courteous to other agents. When they act unprofessional, we all look unprofessional. This concept needs
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Colorado Water Rights

Posted by Angela-Smart on  January 30, 2019

Category: Real Estate
What Does That Mean? Water Rights for surface and ground water in Colorado can be very complex. In 1879, Colorado legislature created the division of the state into ten water districts. Each district was delegated a Water Commissioner to divide the water in accordance with the Prior Appropriation Doctrine (first in time, first in right). Unfortunately, the was no way to measure water usage. In 1881, The Office of The State Engineer was created. The