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Continue your home harvests with cold weather gardening

Continue your home harvests with cold weather gardening

If you love gardening, it’s always sad to see fall set in and your harvest of fresh fruits and vegetables put on hold for another winter. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Cold frames can give you the ability to harvest all year long. Cold frames are boxes that protect plants throughout the winter with a top that lets...

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Will urban offices disappear? Experts debate effects of pandemic

Will urban offices disappear? Experts debate effects of pandemic

Ever since the pandemic hit the United States, many downtown offices are empty, leaving cubicles and conference rooms looking like industrial ghost towns. What will the future bring for office buildings? Many experts predict they will be converted to housing units, to help with growing shortages. “The nation is in the...

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Randy Kehler Earns RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award

Randy Kehler Earns RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award

We are thrilled to congratulate Randy Kehler of the Newton Kehler Team for receiving the RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award, which honors successful agents who have earned more than $1 million in commissions during their careers with the company. Only 22 percent of all active RE/MAX agents have earned this prestigious award since...

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Quick Tip of the Month: Winterizing your home

Quick Tip of the Month: Winterizing your home

These days, everyone is looking to save time. We aim to help! We will offer a simple tip for everything from home renovation to cleaning to home buying in this space every month.  With the warm weather waning, now is the time to prepare your outdoor areas  for winter. Don’t forget these tasks: unscrew hoses from faucets...

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August breaks record for number of homes sold that month

August breaks record for number of homes sold that month

After a record-breaking July, the Denver-metro home market continued to mirror the weather: hot, hot, hot. According to the monthly report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors (DMAR), August logged the most sales—5,959—for any August on record. While the number of sold homes actually dropped 18.73% from July—...

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Tips for planning kitchens that cater to families

Tips for planning kitchens that cater to families

When it’s time to have children, many prospective parents find themselves looking at their homes with new eyes. Do they need to convert a study to a nursery? Where will the children play? And how can they make the kitchen work for their needs, as well as their children’s? “A kitchen is not just a place for cooking and...

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As home prices break records, affordable housing concerns rise

As home prices break records, affordable housing concerns rise

The Denver metro home market is never short of surprises. But even the experts failed to predict the news this past July, when the average price of a single-family home rose 10% over last year, to a record-breaking $601,862. The eye-catching statistic appeared in a month when the number of home closings also broke...

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Architect offers advice on buying a home to remodel

Architect offers advice on buying a home to remodel

It’s not easy to find your perfect dream home. No wonder so many people end up shopping for houses with the idea of remodeling in mind. Often, “new owners commit to the property not because they love what it is, but because they love what it could be,” notes architect Jeff Pelletier, in a recent blog. But remodeling plans...

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Wood-look and waterproof vinyl: Check out the new flooring trends

Wood-look and waterproof vinyl: Check out the new flooring trends

When it comes time to update a home, many look no further than the materials beneath their feet. According to a recent survey, more than 30% of homeowners cited flooring as what they dislike most about their homes. Changing the floors in a home can do more than lift a person’s spirits. “New floors are a significant design...

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See the spectacular fall colors with these 5 great hikes

See the spectacular fall colors with these 5 great hikes

This summer, people flocked to the mountains to escape the pandemic blues. Now that fall is on the way, there’s even greater reason to head to the hills: the glorious fall show as the leaves change from green to brilliant shades of red, yellow and orange, all shimmering against Colorado’s famous clear blue skies. “The...

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Continue your home harvests with cold weather gardening

Continue your home harvests with cold weather gardening

If you love gardening, it’s always sad to see fall set in and your harvest of fresh fruits and vegetables put on hold for another winter. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Cold frames can give you the ability to harvest all year long. Cold frames are boxes that...

read more
Randy Kehler Earns RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award

Randy Kehler Earns RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award

We are thrilled to congratulate Randy Kehler of the Newton Kehler Team for receiving the RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award, which honors successful agents who have earned more than $1 million in commissions during their careers with the company. Only 22 percent of all active...

read more
Quick Tip of the Month: Winterizing your home

Quick Tip of the Month: Winterizing your home

These days, everyone is looking to save time. We aim to help! We will offer a simple tip for everything from home renovation to cleaning to home buying in this space every month.  With the warm weather waning, now is the time to prepare your outdoor areas  for winter....

read more
August breaks record for number of homes sold that month

August breaks record for number of homes sold that month

After a record-breaking July, the Denver-metro home market continued to mirror the weather: hot, hot, hot. According to the monthly report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors (DMAR), August logged the most sales—5,959—for any August on record. While the...

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Tips for planning kitchens that cater to families

Tips for planning kitchens that cater to families

When it’s time to have children, many prospective parents find themselves looking at their homes with new eyes. Do they need to convert a study to a nursery? Where will the children play? And how can they make the kitchen work for their needs, as well as their...

read more
Architect offers advice on buying a home to remodel

Architect offers advice on buying a home to remodel

It’s not easy to find your perfect dream home. No wonder so many people end up shopping for houses with the idea of remodeling in mind. Often, “new owners commit to the property not because they love what it is, but because they love what it could be,” notes architect...

read more
See the spectacular fall colors with these 5 great hikes

See the spectacular fall colors with these 5 great hikes

This summer, people flocked to the mountains to escape the pandemic blues. Now that fall is on the way, there’s even greater reason to head to the hills: the glorious fall show as the leaves change from green to brilliant shades of red, yellow and orange, all...

read more