Did you get your property tax assessment recently? If you found it somewhat shocking, you’re not alone. It’s been a trending topic on Nextdoor and Facebook, with lots of folks commenting and some who are panicking. I’m here to tell you, there’s no need to panic. Property tax assessments are made in odd-numbered years. Every […]
I can’t deny…I think this is a great home! Why? Because it’s *my* home! That’s right – I’m selling my house. I think this will be move #18 for me. But it’s time, and all I need is to find the right buyer. It could be YOU! Showings start on Saturday, May 4 at 10:00 […]
Just as daffodils pop up in the spring, so do home improvement scams, unfortunately. It seems that every homeowner is a potential target. And anyone can fall prey to them; it’s not just the elderly. These con artists can and do get caught sometimes. Susan and Herman Hinojosa of Adams County, Colorado will serve 8 […]
How’s your imagination? What about your desire to put your own personal stamp on your home? If both are strong, this spacious ranch in Lakewood could be the fixer-upper of your dreams! This is the ideal place for somebody who wants to live in a house and fix it up to gain instant equity. With […]
The short answer is yes. The initial listing price is only the start. If you start to get overwhelmed with showings, we may decide to raise the price before an offer comes. Conversely, if there are very few showings and no offers are coming in, we may decide to lower the price. Market conditions constantly […]
I’ve just entered my 15th year as a full-time Realtor, and I wanted to share some insight into why I do what I do and what’s kept me motivated since 2004. (I’ll even explain why I’m one of those rare people who actually *enjoys* moving, LOL!) A huge THANK YOU to all of my past, […]
Thinking of listing your home as we approach peak home selling season? Smart sellers get a roof inspection done early to avoid problems that could delay or derail the sale. The smartest sellers consider every aspect of the property before listing.
DIY renovations can save you a lot of money, but if skipping a building permit was one of the ways you cut costs, it could cost you in both time and money when you go to sell your home. It can even scare off a buyer and jeopardize your sale.
Click image for more photos and complete listing Jump on this Morrison townhome for under $300,000 like 3-2-1! That’s 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and 1 oversized 1-car garage. If you’ve been dreaming of living close to the mountains but don’t want to break the bank, you MUST see this townhome! Spacious end unit with bright […]
Credit: flickr.com user Becky Stern Use these packing tips to help your move go smoother After all the moves I’ve done (17 since turning 20) you would think I’d have a plan all written out. I don’t, but I do have a system. (Oddly, the idea of moving lately has NOT been appealing. That’s so […]