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Quick Tip of the Month: Add value to your home with outdoor living projects

Quick Tip of the Month: Add value to your home with outdoor living projects

These days, everyone is looking to save time and trouble. We aim to help! We offer a simple tip for everything from home renovation to cleaning to home buying and more in this space every month. Ever since the pandemic hit, homeowners and buyers have doubled down on their appreciation of outdoor space. If you’re thinking...

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Drink in the skyline, along with your beverage, from these rooftop patios

Drink in the skyline, along with your beverage, from these rooftop patios

There’s nothing like enjoying a drink on a beautiful patio during summer. And if the patio is far above the fray, well, all the better.  It’s hard to deny the appeal of the rooftop patio: It offers that thirst-quenching drink—plus amazing views of the city and spectacular sunsets, and the relief that comes from escaping...

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RE/MAX of Cherry Creek Welcomes Maegan Stapleton, Marketing Coordinator

RE/MAX of Cherry Creek Welcomes Maegan Stapleton, Marketing Coordinator

We are so excited to welcome Maegan Stapleton to the RMCC team! As a recent graduate of Lindenwood University with a degree in Advertising and Strategic Communications, she brings fresh talent to the Marketing department and will be a key asset in creating marketing materials for our brokers. "We are so fortunate to have...

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Arvada’s pandemic street closures prove popular

Arvada’s pandemic street closures prove popular

As the pandemic raged on last year, many Colorado cities closed selected streets to allow for outdoor restaurant seating and socially distanced walkways for pedestrians. While the pandemic is waning, the appeal of this innovation is not. In fact, Arvada has decided to keep some downtown streets closed for another five...

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Denver’s home inventory drought continued to break records in May

Denver’s home inventory drought continued to break records in May

Like the weather that’s become commonplace in the West, Denver’s housing market is in an extreme drought, with record-low inventory sparking a firestorm of buyers paying record-high prices and snapping up homes in a matter of days. That’s the picture painted by the Denver Metro Association of Realtors’ (DMAR) May report....

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With the scarcity of existing homes for sale, why not consider a new build?

With the scarcity of existing homes for sale, why not consider a new build?

Tired of waiting for the perfect existing home to come on the market in this period of tight inventory? It might be time to consider new construction. What you sacrifice in the time it takes for the home to be completed and the ambiance of an already mature neighborhood, you’ll gain in an easier sales process and a home...

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Michael Newton Recognized as a Top Latino Real Estate Agent by NAHREP

Michael Newton Recognized as a Top Latino Real Estate Agent by NAHREP

We are thrilled to congratulate Michael Newton for being recognized as a Top Latino Real Estate Agent by the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals®! The list features outstanding Latino real estate agents and teams from around the country, representing over $4.66 billion in combined sales volume in...

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Cheddar goldfish… and other awesome Denver ice cream offerings

Cheddar goldfish… and other awesome Denver ice cream offerings

You’ve spent the day hiking and biking or even just mowing the lawn or gardening. Aside from a sweaty workout, what’s your reward? Here’s our idea: Nothing says “good job” like a scoop of ice cream. So why not give yourself a treat at one of Denver’s best ice cream shops? Here are 4 recommended ice cream eateries,...

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Denver World Trade Center moving to new development in Globeville

Denver World Trade Center moving to new development in Globeville

The World Trade Center in New York brings sorrowful memories, but there’s reason to celebrate Denver’s own World Trade Center. WTC Denver, a longtime resident at 16th and Broadway, will soon find an expansive new home in Globeville. “Throughout its history, WTC Denver has trained over 35,000 participants in the various...

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Arvada’s pandemic street closures prove popular

Arvada’s pandemic street closures prove popular

As the pandemic raged on last year, many Colorado cities closed selected streets to allow for outdoor restaurant seating and socially distanced walkways for pedestrians. While the pandemic is waning, the appeal of this innovation is not. In fact, Arvada has decided to...

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Cheddar goldfish… and other awesome Denver ice cream offerings

Cheddar goldfish… and other awesome Denver ice cream offerings

You’ve spent the day hiking and biking or even just mowing the lawn or gardening. Aside from a sweaty workout, what’s your reward? Here’s our idea: Nothing says “good job” like a scoop of ice cream. So why not give yourself a treat at one of Denver’s best ice cream...

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