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Moving Made Affordable: Tips to Slash Your Relocation Costs

Moving Made Affordable: Tips to Slash Your Relocation Costs

Moving to a new home can be an expensive endeavor, but with some savvy strategies, you can significantly cut down on costs without sacrificing quality. Here are some tips from Apartment Therapy to help you move on a budget: Score Free Moving Boxes: Pharmacies as well as big-box stores, liquor stores, and bookstores are...

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Drip, Drip, Hooray! Stay Ahead of the Leak with Smart Gadgets

Drip, Drip, Hooray! Stay Ahead of the Leak with Smart Gadgets

Water leaks can wreak havoc on homes, causing damage that leads to costly repairs and headaches for homeowners. But fear not, for in the age of smart technology, a wave of smart gadgets has emerged to tackle this age-old problem. These innovative devices are designed to detect leaks early, giving homeowners the chance to...

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Get Ready for Patio Season: Ideas to Transform Your Outdoor Space

Get Ready for Patio Season: Ideas to Transform Your Outdoor Space

As warmer weather finally is here, it's time to prep your patio for the ultimate outdoor living experience. Whether you're lounging with a book, hosting a barbecue, or simply soaking up the scenery, your outdoor living space can be a true extension of your home.  Here are some tips to elevate your outdoor game:...

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Cracking the Code: Understanding Home Measurements

Cracking the Code: Understanding Home Measurements

Navigating the complexities of real estate transactions often leads to a puzzling discovery: the disparity between the living area reported by appraisers and the data found in public records. This mystery lies within the ANSI measuring standard, a set of guidelines from the American National Standards Institute that...

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Denver Real Estate Market Springs Forward with Promise

Denver Real Estate Market Springs Forward with Promise

As spring breathes new life into Denver, the city's real estate landscape mirrors the vibrant blossoms and bustling activity. U.S. News & World Report ranks the Denver Metro area as the hottest housing market in the country for the second year in a row.  And, according to the latest insights from the Denver Metro...

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Colorado’s Hail Season: A Rocky Mountain Roller Coaster

Colorado’s Hail Season: A Rocky Mountain Roller Coaster

Colorado residents know that when it comes to hail, Mother Nature doesn't hold back. The official “hail season” runs from mid-April to mid-September, peaking in June. Here are tips from OutThere Colorado to help batten down the hatches and prepare for rocky weather ahead: Stay Informed, Stay Safe: Keep an eye on the...

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Do you need a buyer’s agent?

Do you need a buyer’s agent?

Are you considering buying a home without an agent to save money? It seems all you have to really do is search for a home, make an offer, then you’re done, right? We know that it might appear to be a straightforward process. And if you’ve bought a home before, your agent may have made you feel it was that easy while they...

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Enhance Your Home Protection: Understanding Insurance Endorsements

Enhance Your Home Protection: Understanding Insurance Endorsements

As the saying goes, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” And, in the realm of homeownership, ensuring your house remains a safe haven involves more than just locking the doors. While homeowners insurance offers robust protection against common mishaps like fires and thefts, it's not impervious to every...

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Navigating the Housing Market: New Builds vs. Existing Homes

Navigating the Housing Market: New Builds vs. Existing Homes

In the quest for the perfect home, homebuyers often face the timeless conundrum: do you opt for the allure of a brand-new build or the charm of a pre-loved residence? It's a question as old as the housing market itself, with no definitive answer. Each option comes with its own set of advantages and drawbacks, leaving...

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Green & Clean: 6 Earth-Friendly Tips for a Clutter-Free Home

Green & Clean: 6 Earth-Friendly Tips for a Clutter-Free Home

April showers bring…spring cleaning. And, along with spring cleaning comes decluttering, which can inadvertently harm the environment if not approached thoughtfully, as discarded recyclable materials often end up in landfills. However, eco-friendly organization is also feasible (and easy!). Professional organizer and...

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Moving Made Affordable: Tips to Slash Your Relocation Costs

Moving Made Affordable: Tips to Slash Your Relocation Costs

Moving to a new home can be an expensive endeavor, but with some savvy strategies, you can significantly cut down on costs without sacrificing quality. Here are some tips from Apartment Therapy to help you move on a budget: Score Free Moving Boxes: Pharmacies as well...

read more
Cracking the Code: Understanding Home Measurements

Cracking the Code: Understanding Home Measurements

Navigating the complexities of real estate transactions often leads to a puzzling discovery: the disparity between the living area reported by appraisers and the data found in public records. This mystery lies within the ANSI measuring standard, a set of guidelines...

read more
Denver Real Estate Market Springs Forward with Promise

Denver Real Estate Market Springs Forward with Promise

As spring breathes new life into Denver, the city's real estate landscape mirrors the vibrant blossoms and bustling activity. U.S. News & World Report ranks the Denver Metro area as the hottest housing market in the country for the second year in a row.  And,...

read more
Colorado’s Hail Season: A Rocky Mountain Roller Coaster

Colorado’s Hail Season: A Rocky Mountain Roller Coaster

Colorado residents know that when it comes to hail, Mother Nature doesn't hold back. The official “hail season” runs from mid-April to mid-September, peaking in June. Here are tips from OutThere Colorado to help batten down the hatches and prepare for rocky weather...

read more
Do you need a buyer’s agent?

Do you need a buyer’s agent?

Are you considering buying a home without an agent to save money? It seems all you have to really do is search for a home, make an offer, then you’re done, right? We know that it might appear to be a straightforward process. And if you’ve bought a home before, your...

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