27 Mar

REcolorado Neighborhood Report – Washington Park

By MargaretY With 0 Comments

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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28 Feb

Must Have Amenities Retirees Want in a Denver Rental

By Jamie Froyd With 0 Comments

Today’s retirees are more mobile and independent than any other generation before them. When the time is right, selling off the family home to move to a more convenient, safe and maintenance free lifestyle is not only a logical choice, but studies show community living and social engagement can prolong longevity and help eliminate depression and isolation.

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16 Feb

REALTORS® of Central Colorado Agents Join REcolorado

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Partnership puts home listings in state’s largest MLS and on REcolorado.com

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO – February 16, 2016 – REcolorado and REALTORS® of Central Colorado are pleased to announce the expansion of REcolorado products and services to 11 counties in Central Colorado and the San Luis Valley. REcolorado now serves brokers, agents, and appraisers in 27 of Colorado’s 64 counties. 

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08 Feb

What You Should Know About Listing Your Home in the Spring

By MargaretY With 0 Comments

In competitive markets, home sellers cannot afford to be sloppy with details. A well thought out and executed listing strategy, that includes a plan to list at the right time, is critical in maximizing a home’s price and time on market. So, when is the best time to put your home on the market? While the best timeframes may vary by region, according to many sources, generally speaking the best time of year to list a home is between the months of March and April. 

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20 Jan

Preparing for the Hidden Costs of Buying A Home

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Have you ever tried to calculate the TOTAL cost of purchasing a home? If so, you'll know it’s difficult because while homeowner’s insurance and closing costs like appraisal and lenders fees are typically easy to estimate, one potentially major cost is not - the cost of cleaning up what the previous owners left - or did not leave - behind. So what do you do? The only way to face the unexpected and unknowns of home buying is with research and planning…and a little extra cash. Here are some key things to consider:

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20 Jan

How to Make Your Pet Rental-Friendly

By MargaretY With 0 Comments

One of the most important things you can do as a great rental tenant is to make sure your pet a great rental tenant too. There’s nothing worse than living next to a dog who won’t stop barking or a cat who howls at all hours of the night. But, how do you help your pets settle in to their new – or not-so-new – Colorado digs? Here are some things you might try:

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