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When in doubt, call 311

When in doubt, call 311

Have a question about city services? Want to register a complaint or report problems the city should address? No need to scroll through long lists of city departments. Just dial 311. Unlike 911, the 311 number is NOT for emergency situations. But it can be a godsend for getting answers to non-emergency issues. Want to...

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Developers set sights on Golden Triangle area

Developers set sights on Golden Triangle area

Coronavirus or not, developers are keeping their eyes on the prime Denver real estate known as the Golden Triangle. Bounded by Speer Boulevard on the west, Colfax Avenue to the north and Lincoln and Broadway to the east—and appealingly close to the Denver Art Museum and Central Denver Public Library— the area contains...

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Forget nasty chemicals: Here are 7 ways to kill weeds naturally

Forget nasty chemicals: Here are 7 ways to kill weeds naturally

It happens every year: The beautiful gardens of May and June—aided by new plantings and moderate spring weather—give way to weeds and bugs as July heats up. While many turn to chemicals to solve the problem, this quick fix leads to lingering environmental problems. Instead, why not tackle your weed problem the green way?...

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Clear your head with 4 amazing Colorado hikes

Clear your head with 4 amazing Colorado hikes

Desperate to get outside and away from pandemic woes? What better antidote than to head to the great outdoors? In Colorado, we are lucky to have beautiful landscapes and gorgeous hiking trails just a short drive away. If you’re ready to head out, the travel website Only In Your State suggests these 4 “incredible hikes...

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Black Lives Matter – Supporting our Black Community

Black Lives Matter – Supporting our Black Community

Our mission at RE/MAX of Cherry Creek has always emphasized independence and cooperation in a fair, equitable manner, and the recent events only serve to remind us of the universal relevance of those values. We are committed to listening, to educating ourselves and those around us, and to being better friends, advocates,...

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5 fun online games that teach financial skills

5 fun online games that teach financial skills

Just like walking, reading and driving a car, financial skills are learned. But too often parents and schools ignore this important subject, leaving kids to learn by trial and error. Unfortunately, this can be an expensive mistake. These days, there’s no excuse for letting these lessons go by the wayside. Becoming...

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New listings surged in the Denver-metro housing market in May

New listings surged in the Denver-metro housing market in May

As the Denver metro area began emerging from lockdown in May, the local housing market sprang back to life, logging double-digit increases in listings. According to the monthly report of the Denver Metro Realtors Association (DMAR), new residential listings jumped 55.44% in May over April. Meanwhile, despite a 19.7% drop...

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Déjà vu? Denverites’ reaction to pandemic mirrors 1918 influenza

Déjà vu? Denverites’ reaction to pandemic mirrors 1918 influenza

A deadly pandemic, a city tightly shut down to avoid its spread, and business owners passionately protesting the loss of income and aggressively pushing for things to reopen. Sound familiar? This wasn’t ripped from today’s headlines, but from those nearly 100 years ago, as the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic wreaked havoc in...

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Amidst a pandemic, Denver real estate market remains healthy

Amidst a pandemic, Denver real estate market remains healthy

As the pandemic first cut a swath across the country last spring, our world rarely seemed so changed: deserted highways, shuttered stores and restaurants, mask-wearers looking like survivors of an apocalyptic movie. But amidst the dire news, hope emerged, particularly regarding the real estate market. Even after the state...

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Looking to create a home office? Join the crowd

Before coronavirus became the word on everyone’s lips, Denver’s commercial real estate market was booming. Three new projects broke ground in the first three months of 2020, and Denver logged its largest office transaction in a decade—the $400 million sale of the Denver City Center, according to the Denver Post. What a...

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When in doubt, call 311

When in doubt, call 311

Have a question about city services? Want to register a complaint or report problems the city should address? No need to scroll through long lists of city departments. Just dial 311. Unlike 911, the 311 number is NOT for emergency situations. But it can be a godsend...

read more
Developers set sights on Golden Triangle area

Developers set sights on Golden Triangle area

Coronavirus or not, developers are keeping their eyes on the prime Denver real estate known as the Golden Triangle. Bounded by Speer Boulevard on the west, Colfax Avenue to the north and Lincoln and Broadway to the east—and appealingly close to the Denver Art Museum...

read more
Forget nasty chemicals: Here are 7 ways to kill weeds naturally

Forget nasty chemicals: Here are 7 ways to kill weeds naturally

It happens every year: The beautiful gardens of May and June—aided by new plantings and moderate spring weather—give way to weeds and bugs as July heats up. While many turn to chemicals to solve the problem, this quick fix leads to lingering environmental problems....

read more
Clear your head with 4 amazing Colorado hikes

Clear your head with 4 amazing Colorado hikes

Desperate to get outside and away from pandemic woes? What better antidote than to head to the great outdoors? In Colorado, we are lucky to have beautiful landscapes and gorgeous hiking trails just a short drive away. If you’re ready to head out, the travel website...

read more
Black Lives Matter – Supporting our Black Community

Black Lives Matter – Supporting our Black Community

Our mission at RE/MAX of Cherry Creek has always emphasized independence and cooperation in a fair, equitable manner, and the recent events only serve to remind us of the universal relevance of those values. We are committed to listening, to educating ourselves and...

read more
5 fun online games that teach financial skills

5 fun online games that teach financial skills

Just like walking, reading and driving a car, financial skills are learned. But too often parents and schools ignore this important subject, leaving kids to learn by trial and error. Unfortunately, this can be an expensive mistake. These days, there’s no excuse for...

read more
New listings surged in the Denver-metro housing market in May

New listings surged in the Denver-metro housing market in May

As the Denver metro area began emerging from lockdown in May, the local housing market sprang back to life, logging double-digit increases in listings. According to the monthly report of the Denver Metro Realtors Association (DMAR), new residential listings jumped...

read more
Amidst a pandemic, Denver real estate market remains healthy

Amidst a pandemic, Denver real estate market remains healthy

As the pandemic first cut a swath across the country last spring, our world rarely seemed so changed: deserted highways, shuttered stores and restaurants, mask-wearers looking like survivors of an apocalyptic movie. But amidst the dire news, hope emerged, particularly...

read more

Looking to create a home office? Join the crowd

Before coronavirus became the word on everyone’s lips, Denver’s commercial real estate market was booming. Three new projects broke ground in the first three months of 2020, and Denver logged its largest office transaction in a decade—the $400 million sale of the...

read more