You have been asking and we have been listening. What should you look for in a property manager as an incoming tenant? Here are the top 7 factors you, as a tenant, should review when choosing a property management company….
People with disabilities face disadvantages that other people don’t experience in a lot of situations, and moving is no different. Packing, loading furniture and even shopping for a new home can be more overwhelming for you than most. But with a little planning and the proper resources, you can take the steps to make sure your move is as stress-free as possible.
Staging is the process of getting your home ready to sell. It is not decorating, but making your home appeal to many different buyers by showing its positive attributes. Many realtors are recommending that clients stage their home. The Real Estate Staging Association (RESA) studied 1,081 homes. The un-staged homes spent an average of 184 Days on the Market. After staging, these homes sold, on average, in 41 days. Homes that were staged prior to going on the market, sold in approximately 23 days. Here are some more quick facts:
To GIVE is to freely transfer the possession of (something) to (someone); hand over to.
The holidays have been designated as the perfect time to give. It is that time of year again. We find ourselves in the position of high pressure gift buying, over-booked for holiday parties, and trying to keep the magic alive for all the littles swooning at our feet. Why not try to boost spirits and serotonin levels, even our own, when depression is at it’s highest, by just giving back. Let's give smiles to those who could use a boost, gifts to children who are in the hospital or without a home, meals to those without and a little sunshine when the world is at its darkest. According to the article, Hidden Brain by NPR, “The holidays are about nurturing our best selves: the altruistic, compassionate and generous side.” How can you polish the best you have within whilst, keeping calm and enjoying the season?
Our first snow in the city has arrived and now departed. Salutations have been said to our beanies and hot cocoa and we know there is plenty more cold opportunities on the horizon. Now, Thanksgiving is upon us and with it comes the beginnings of holiday cheer! There are children and guests to entertain and memories to make. Don't worry! The Front Range has you covered with a wide variety of winter and holiday recreation to create smiles and warm your hearts.
Let’s bring on the lights! The days are getting shorter and Jack Frost has decided to come out and play a little early this year. Let’s welcome him with open arms as it means good moisture, great skiing and extra time to cozy up with the family! So pull out the beanies and gloves, grab a flask or coffee mug and head on down to the Stapleton Town Center this Friday evening for Winter Welcome 2018. Neighbors from all around will be joining together to watch the lighting of the holiday tree and celebrate the changing of the season.
Who are the Jones’? And why is keeping up with them so exhausting, yet we feel is SO necessary? While, it may not always be necessary, it can definitely be exhausting and yet, a good choice if you are following their SMART HOME trends. For those that are way behind the Jones’, making your home a SMART HOME has the possibility of bringing a sense of zen to your life, the environment and your pocketbook. Here is just a quick glance at the SMART HOME movement and a couple of sites worth checking out that can take you further on this journey.
One of the biggest financial mistakes people make when buying a home for the first time is that they focus only on the property’s final price tag. Buyers should be aware that the final price of the house includes certain extra costs that need to be paid upfront or get rolled into a home loan.