Colorado Springs, Castle Rock, Denver, Parker

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Managing Real Estate Broker - Broker / Owner Colorado Home Sales LLC - CO ER100025633 TX 499067
Broker/Owner Colorado Home Sales LLC, Rockrimmon, Briargate, Pine Creek, Broadmoor, Old Colorado City, Manitou Springs, Monument, Garden of the Gods area, Relocation, Investing, Consulting, shadow inventory, Accredited Luxury Home Specialist - ALHS, Certified Negotiation Expert – CNE, A Better Home at Lower Cost, Lifestyle properties, historical homes, REO, short sales, HVAC, home inspector, coach, mentor, Houston, Friendswood, League City, Pearland, Pasadena, Deer Park, Clear Lake, Webster

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2011 

The Heights at Templeton subdivision (also known as Templeton Heights) is 130+ houses in the Stetson Hills area of Colorado Springs.   Built in the early 2000’s the homes vary in size from under 1,500 square feet to nearly 5,000 square feet. 48 of the houses have a 3 car or over sized gargage of ...
11/30/2011
The Briargate area of Colorado Springs includes the Charleston Place subdivision which was built in the late 90’s. The 400+ houses are in an ideal location, close to highly acclaimed District 20 schools, shopping and both major Colorado Springs roads, I-25 and Powers Blvd.     The majority of the...
11/30/2011
Buyers tend to want the newest house they can afford. In Colorado Springs those houses typically sell for $100 per finished square foot or more.But there is a special “best value” niche of houses that most 1st time buyers over look. These are the “executive” homes built between 1950 and 1960. The...
11/30/2011
There are certain things in America we take for granted. One of those paradigms is that usually we can fix a problem quickly and relatively inexpensively. But right now there is a unique problem in the world that has already impacted computer owners, Mac and PC, and is going to continue to impact...
11/29/2011
I used Firefox for years. It is a vast improvement over Internet Explorer. But in recent months I have been switching over to Google Chrome. I'm finding the available apps in Chrome to be more useful. And unlike Firefox, the apps don't seem to break every time there is an update to the browser.Fi...
11/28/2011
Who reads what? Why you need categories, tags and keywords.How many times has the light bulb come on with a great idea for a post. You pound out your prose and “go public.” And then sometimes we wonder why we aren’t ranked higher in Google or why people aren’t responding to our blog. Our own Tamm...
11/26/2011
A little after 5pm today I got a call from Google referencing my Google Places listing and the fact that if it wasn’t verified correctly Google might forget that I ever existed. Press 1 to verify my Google places account or press 2 to have Google go ahead and wipe all reference to me off the face...
11/22/2011
Is late in the year the best time to buy a house?On the plus side is:There may be houses that were first listed during the Spring and Summer that sellers have either improved, repaired and/or lowered the price. Sellers with these houses that have been on the market a long time may be highly motiv...
11/21/2011
A seller “must know” to get top dollar for your home!You want to know what your house is worth and to determine that we turn to recent “comparable” sales. But what is a comparable sale? If you look back at the houses that have been on the market recently you will find three groups of houses: # 1 ...
11/18/2011
Home buyer tip Don’t search for houses by price range. Taxes, utility costs, anticipated repairs and maintenance can vary by over $200 a month. A house that costs $20,000 more than you think you can afford may actually cost you less per month than cheaper houses. I help my clients buy “A Better ...
11/18/2011
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