When a market accelerates, interest-only mortgages become more commonplace. This is because home prices are accelerating faster than salaries, and the consumer looks for ways to afford a home.
Weld and Larimer Counties are home to more than 38,000 veterans, many of whom are homeowners and many of whom have not taken advantage of one of the best benefits of serving their country.
I recently underwent a health assessment which involved a lengthy questionnaire on how I care for myself. Things went smoothly until the interviewer asked about any exercise I routinely do. I said “gardening.”
One of the most indispensable and crucial structural components of a home is its foundation, and it is critical that homeowners maintain it properly, especially in Colorado.
The future is here. Colorado produce farmers need access to labor saving ag tech that is both the right fit and allows for rapid ROI.
From mid-century modern homes in Palm Springs to multimillion dollar mansions in Palm Beach, real estate marketing provides a glimpse into what different types of homes are like, maybe even the house next door.
Though summer isn’t quite over and the air-conditioner remains turned on, now is the best time to think about the furnace – that way, when winter comes, it will run quietly, reliably and efficiently.
If you are willing to move from house to house frequently, there is a way to build your portfolio with smaller down payments.
Along with all the garden bounty that comes this time of year is one of my favorites, the apple.
Colorado businesses are primed for growth, as now halfway through 2021 signs of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic are strong, according a new quarterly economic report.
Everybody loves a majestic shade tree. It invites you to stay cool and adds dimension to your landscape. But it doesn’t stop there. Healthy, well-kept trees add to the value of your property, too.
To help buyers navigate this ever-changing housing landscape, premier boutique real estate agency LUX. Denver announced their new division, LUX. Front Range.
When the heat switched on, lawns stressed, with Kentucky Bluegrass going dormant to escape the near-hundred degree temperatures. Brown spots in yards are blooming faster than the roses.
The fires in recent weeks in Routt County and Western states bringing haze to the Front Range are a huge wake-up call to be prepared, especially for those who live in the mountains and foothills where wildfire is an ongoing hazard.
While most of Colorado is enjoying not having to wear masks in public places and finding socializing readily available, parts of society are grappling with changes in workforce, supply chains and certainty of plans for “normal” when looking into the future.
With the recent moisture and the heat of summer, summer annual weeds have sprouted and are growing in Colorado.
Many of us thought when the pandemic (mostly) ended that things would just snap back to normal. Unfortunately, this is not exactly the case buying home goods.
Selling or buying a home with a solar panel system lease or loan could introduce a few challenges for a real estate transaction.
Summer heated up in a hurry in Colorado, and yards, vegetables and trees are showing the price of the record heat in between the rains.
Colorado prevailed in the U.S. News analysis with four cities in the top seven best places to live – leading with Boulder, then Denver at No. 2, Colorado Springs fourth and Fort Collins fifth.
Something strange is going on here this summer. Besides our foliage initially growing like it was on steroids, there are more critters in our neighborhood.
Dick Greenberg recalls back in the ‘90s a time he and his wife, Mary, brokers/owners of New Paradigm Partners, lost out on a residential sale in Fort Collins because they didn’t want to list the home for more than $400,000.
There are 20 thistles native to Colorado, besides being prickly, they are desirable plants. Thistles are in the Asteraceae, sunflower (daisy) family.
The cool, wet weather we’ve been enjoying has had gardeners impatiently waiting for the soil to warm and the skies to stop peppering us with hail so our plants can finally go outside.
As spring bulbs such as tulips, daffodils and hyacinth begin to fade, you can look to their heat loving cousins for a splash of color throughout your garden.