Whether you’re buying or selling a new home, preparing well in advance is crucial to a successful transaction. The number one regret for both buyers and sellers was not starting their home search or prepping their home to sell soon enough. Continue reading Preparation Is Key for Buying or Selling Home
Have you ever thought of starting your own business? It might seem easy at first, with grand ideas and optimistic dreams of future success. Your own business has the potential for unlimited earning income and the ability to set your own schedule. However, execution is the key to any idea or dream. Continue reading Alta Prime. New Business in Town
Which makes more dollars and sense for families — living in the city, or in the suburbs? For Denverites, it’s the city, at least when it comes to child care and housing costs. Continue reading City or suburbs: Which makes more dollars and sense for Denver families?
Budget 1% of the purchase price of your home every year for home repairs. Continue reading Stay One Step Ahead of Home Repair
If there’s a new baby coming to your house this year, you may be thinking about nursery room themes. If so, take heart from professional decorators, who say individual tastes are at the top of the list this year. Continue reading Welcoming a Puppy Home
If there’s a new baby coming to your house this year, you may be thinking about nursery room themes. If so, take heart from professional decorators, who say individual tastes are at the top of the list this year. Continue reading New Takes on Baby’s Room
Like carbon monoxide, radon is tasteless, odorless, invisible and deadly. The radioactive gas that results from the breakdown of uranium in rock, soil or water, radon can enter the home in countless ways. Continue reading Taking a Proactive Approach to Radon Testing
When listing your home, there are a lot of things to think about. How you stage your space should definitely be at the top of that list. While you may not have the means to bring in a pro stager, you can put your best foot forward by removing the following from your space. Continue reading 7 Things to Remove From Your Home When You List It
Political pundits around the country were stunned last night when Donald Trump secured enough votes to beat Hillary Clinton to become the next President of the United States. While supporters from both sides are still reeling from emotions, we woke up wondering what that would mean for real estate. Continue reading What does President Trump mean for the housing market?
Since relocating is such a major undertaking, it’s vital to thoroughly research your options. This is especially essential regarding an overseas move. Here are five things to assess in a prospective neighborhood to ensure you’ll feel at home, no matter whether your new home is here or abroad. Continue reading 5 Things to Look for in a Neighborhood, No Matter Where You Move
Home service contracts are not the same as homeowners insurance. Said Bartosch, “Home service contracts and homeowners insurance policies are mutually exclusive products in all 50 states. Continue reading What Is a Home Service Contract, or ‘Warranty?’
From cool blues and smoky greens inspired by scenic mountaintop views to warm neutrals reminiscent of transitioning leaves, this season’s paint trends, according to Ace Hardware design experts Nathan Fischer, Katie Reynolds and Julie Richard, create classic, elegant palettes that bring the outdoors in. Below, the designers’ top paint picks and ideas for fall: Continue reading Spruce Up for Fall with Color