25 Apr

Here's How to Use Your Tax Refund This Year

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Home improvments that pay off in the long run. 

It’s estimated that almost 7.2 million Americans will get a refunds this year averaging $3,000. What's the best way to put that refund to work? If you're a homeowner, here are some ideas that yield very high returns.

-  A new steel front doors (costs around $250) but is worth $1500 when you sell

-  Newly coated hardwood floors (cost around $1800) but are worth $5000 when you sell

-  New insulation costs (costs aroun $700) but will return about $2000

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13 Apr

March Housing Data Shows Strong Start

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to 2017 Denver Metro Home Buying and Selling Season

 

Greenwood Village, CO – April 13, 2017 – According to the latest data from REcolorado, the provider of REcolorado.com, the most popular, locally run home search site for Colorado home buyers, sellers and renters, the inventory of available homes for sale in the Denver Metro Area increased by 12 percent as compared to last month, while home sales saw a 42 percent month-over-month increase, signaling the 2017 home buying and selling season is in full swing. 

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11 Apr

Home Organizing Tips You Can’t Live Without

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There’s something about Springtime that inspires us to declutter, freshen up our environments, and get organized! Decluttering can help eliminate stress, distractions and chaos, and make you more productive, successful and happier.  

We have some favorite suggestions for getting organized, and here are just a few:  

- Studies show that making your bed every morning is motivating. Make your bed as soon as you get up. 

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06 Apr

Your Colorado Yard “To Do” List

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This time of year, your Colorado yard needs some love.

This time of year, Colorado’s unpredictable Spring climate can play havoc with your trees, shrubs, and lawn. We’ve had record high temps in March, followed by a dry streak. Some plants are confused, and blooming already, which endangers them if there’s a long freeze or heavy, wet snow that often breaks branches. Here are some ideas to prepare:   

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27 Mar

REcolorado Neighborhood Report – Washington Park

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Washington Park is a popular central “small town” Denver neighborhood and 166-acre public urban park. The park is beloved for its historic buildings, lakes, ten tennis courts, lawns, large flower gardens, recreation center, bike and walking trails. It’s a recreational mecca for Denverites. Joggers, cyclists, dog walkers and parents with strollers congregate here year ‘round.  In spring and summer, volleyball nets are set up and open to the public. Competitive tennis ladders include singles, doubles and mixed doubles. Wintertime brings cross country skiis and snowshoes out.

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20 Mar

Tips and Tricks For Colorado Spring Cleaning

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It’s that time of year. The air feels cleaner and warmer, and you’re starting to uncover the grill, sweep off the patio, and prep your yard for outdoor living. It's also the time of year for spring cleaning. In Colorado, spring cleaning might mean rearranging your garage so it’s easier to grab your kayak or mountain bike and put the skiis on a higher shelf. 

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08 Mar

REcolorado Neighborhood Report: Cherry Creek

By Jamie Froyd With 0 Comments

The tony neighborhood known as “Cherry Creek” in Denver is a mixture of historic homes, new built luxury multi-family properties and rentals, and high end retail shops, bars and restaurants, galleries and artisans, coffee shops, jewelers, salons and spas, and urban living. Just five minutes from downtown, it’s bordered by East Sixth Avenue on the north; University Boulevard on the west; Colorado Boulevard to it’s east, and Cherry Creek Drive as it’s southern point.

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