Colorado continues to be a favorite place to call home for the millennial generation, scoring the No. 10 position in the 2022 WalletHub analysis of the mid-20 to early-40 year olds.
When it comes to saving for their child’s college education, most parents automatically think of the Colorado College Invest 529 accounts. However, buying a home to save for college could be an alternative to consider.
After months of tantalizing gardening catalogs being sent to them, Front Range gardeners have been let loose from their winter slumber to lunge toward gardening establishments with gleeful abandon. Mother’s Day weekend seems like the official starting flag of the outdoor plant acquisition race.
In Colorado, Fort Collins joined the top 10 areas with the highest year-over-year price gains. The metro area’s median price increased 28.4% for the year in Q2. Boulder and Denver-Aurora-Lakewood are among the top 10 most expensive metros in the nation.
“The House that She Built” is a children’s book that educates young readers about the people and skills that go into building a home. It tells the true story of an inspiring group of women who came together to build a one-of-a-kind house.
Whether you’re looking for herb and vegetable starts, or annuals and perennials to beautify your yard and create wildlife habitat, you are in luck; it’s plant sale season!
It’s that cabin-fever time of year when many Colorado folks get antsy and want to shake things up at home. Many of us are tapping our toes and dreaming of spring. We’re restless and craving change.
The 2022 Northern Colorado Home and Garden Show kicks off at noon on Friday, March 4 at Island Grove Regional Park, 501 N. 14th Ave., Greeley.
There are quite a few things to take into account in order to make the vacation home buying experience a happy one.
In addition to serving as a setting for education and great dialogue, the Colorado Farm Show each year is as much as anything a celebration of the people in agriculture. That being the case, our state’s farmers, ranchers, and other ag industry representatives are as worthy as ever of praise this year, following a 2020 and 2021 that saw so much of the world forced to shut down, while our food and fiber producers continues answering the call.
The lovely thing about Christmas trees: everybody thinks theirs – full of their own memories – is the most beautiful. Obviously, we’re all visual geniuses (or blinded by nostalgia).
Whether you’re ready to purchase a home right now or you plan to wait a while, you may be interested in staying apprised of the Federal Reserve’s latest decisions.
Who knew the phrase “supply chain” before the pandemic? Many of us have been spoiled living in the land of plenty for so long that we had no idea how good we had it. Now we think about these flipping supply chain issues every day.
Selling or buying a home with a solar panel system lease or loan could introduce a few challenges for a real estate transaction.
Here are some trees, shrubs and perennials you might consider adding to your landscape. They not only provide food and shelter for birds and wildlife but also provide winter interest in your landscape.
Recent apple picking got me thinking: When you have been with someone a long time, what constitutes a date?
Local Realtors looking for phenomenal support need look no further than Equity Colorado.
When you are self-employed, the most challenging part of the mortgage application process often has to do with gathering proof of income and employment verification.
2021 marks the 100th Anniversary of the Colorado Association of Realtors (CAR).
I got out a new roll of toilet paper the other day and saw that it was noticeably narrower than what has always been the standard size. What the heck?
recent changes in Federal Housing Administration (FHA) make it easier for those with student loans to qualify for a mortgage.
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.