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The latest information on Colorado Real estate and Boulder County Real Estate is our primary goal. Every so often I will throw in my thoughts on SEO, customer care and how to grow a successful real estate practice.

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2011 

There has been a lot of talk in recent news about the worsening condition of the air we breathe, particularly in large cities. Discussions of pollution and overpopulation lead to talk about the ozone layer. At times, it can be difficult to see how this directly applies to and affects you in your ...
Posted almost 3 years ago
There’s a saying in the real estate industry that kitchens and bathrooms sell homes. Home buyers often don’t want to have to make major improvements to either room of the house. Kitchens are especially expensive. Countertop and appliance replacement are usually a buyer’s prime concern. Cabinets a...
Posted almost 3 years ago
The Girls Arriving after riding seven miles to school for Earth Day in Boulder. SPRING IN BOULDER I'm not sure which is my favorite season here in Boulder, Colorado.   Spring in Boulder usually isn't spring, it's usually winter or summer.   But, this year we are actually experiencing spring; rai...
Posted almost 3 years ago
Are you a member of AARP? If so, there is good news for you. There are many benefits offered by this company, especially when it comes to home insurance policies. As a retiree, finances are integrally important to keep balanced, and any little bit of savings or benefit can help. Some of the main ...
Posted almost 3 years ago
As a landowner, you have certain rights that are associated with your property. Tenants who are considered leaseholders have similar rights, although they do not technically own the property in which they’re currently living. The legal term that describes one of these rights is called the right t...
Posted about 3 years ago
When it comes to home ownership and the real estate industry in general, there are so many terms floating around that it’s understandable to want to ignore some of them. Most times, you can just have an accountant, real estate agent or an attorney handle the complicated terms you don’t understand...
Posted about 3 years ago
If you’re trying to sell your home in this economy, you probably know that finding a buyer who wants to pay full asking price will be difficult. In most cases, it seems like today is a buyer’s market, where terms can be dictated to a seller. Among all the foreclosures, as well, buyers can have th...
Posted about 3 years ago
In the often complicated world of real estate transactions, real estate agents and other players in the know tend to throw around a lot of terms. The meanings behind this property terminology are not always intuitive to home buyers and sellers. Just the same, it’s integral to a satisfactory real ...
Posted about 3 years ago
Because of the difficult financial situation, banks and mortgage lenders have grown to be considerably more selective with regards to typical home loans and you can forget about the hundred percent loan as well as the no verification of earnings home loan that were once so readily accessible. Hom...
Posted about 3 years ago
It's a big choice for most people who decide to purchase their first house. You will not be ready for a lot of things you have to take into account simply by having rented in the past. Your out of pocket costs on utilities will be greater, because issues like trash and water aren't incorporated w...
Posted about 3 years ago
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The latest information on Colorado Real estate and Boulder County Real Estate is our primary goal. Every so often I will throw in my thoughts on SEO, customer care and how to grow a successful real estate practice.