Top Blog Posts of 2019

From advice about selling your home and visiting open houses to luxury homes and landscaping tips, here are the posts that caught your attention in 2019.

5 Things NOT to Fix Before Selling your Home

When you’re getting ready to sell your home, it’s important to know what to fix to get your home market-ready. But it’s equally important to know what to leave as is. Keep reading…

8 Best Plants for Colorado Landscaping

Cat Murphy shares the 8 best plants to use in your Colorado landscaping this spring. Keep reading…

Most Expensive Listings on the Market Right Now

Last May, we looked at all the homes for sale in Colorado, and some of the price tags made us gasp! Keep reading…

Most Shared Homes in July

Over the summer, we tracked the homes that REcolorado.com users shared the most. Keep reading…

Open House Preparation: The Key to Success

Putting a plan in place before you visit open houses will help you make the most of your time. Here are a few things to do before you tour an open house. Keep reading…

What to Say – and Not Say – at an Open House

Open houses are a great opportunity to learn about homes for sale in Colorado. By asking questions, listening to other home buyers, and talking to the agent, you can get the most valuable information from an open house. Keep reading…

Colorado House Flipping 101

You know the formula — buy an “okay” home with good bones, update with modern finishes, then put it back on the market and collect the profits. Sounds simple, right? Keep reading…

Owning vs. Renting in Colorado: The Pros and Cons

Whenever there’s a strong demand for housing, prices tend to rise, making the choice between renting or buying a real concern. Keep reading…

Winter Gardening Tips

Is your green thumb itching to get back to your garden? Despite the warm weather, it’s still winter in Colorado. Take advantage of the season by planting winter vegetables and using containers or covers to protect your garden. Keep reading…

Xeriscaping in Colorado

Colorado homeowners are choosing xeriscaped yards to save water, time, and money while honoring the beauty of Colorado’s natural landscape. Keep reading…