Retire Right: Most Common Uses for a Reverse Mortgage

In general, I believe there are three primary categories of the ways that homeowners use a reverse mortgage: needs based, lifestyle based and planning based.

Is the Real Estate Market Shifting?

After 10 years of boom, can we say the Boulder County real estate market has shifted — and will it bust?

From Work To School To Play

Nearly three years after launching its West Village neighborhood, Baseline, the 1,100-acre master planned community completing the Denver/Boulder triangle, is realizing its vision of a supremely walkable, exceptionally livable economic center.

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Apex Real Estate School Launches in Colorado

A new online education provider for real estate brokers in Colorado is currently offering the 2023 ACU (Annual Commission Update) course along with a series of continuing education courses for brokers.

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Lori Borgman: I didn’t see this coming

Lori Borgman: I didn’t see this coming

If life is a pie chart with different size slices for “eating, sleeping, working,” etc., the biggest slice of my pie would be “looking for my reading glasses.”

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Ask Angi: What Should I Do  When My Furnace Breaks Down?

Ask Angi: What Should I Do When My Furnace Breaks Down?

With the year’s coldest months underway, your furnace will be working overtime to keep the house cool. And if it breaks down, fixing it will quickly become your top priority. Here are some do’s and don’ts about what to do if something goes wrong with your heating system.

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Apex Real Estate School Launches in Colorado

A new online education provider for real estate brokers in Colorado is currently offering the 2023 ACU (Annual Commission Update) course along with a series of continuing education courses for brokers.

Lori Borgman: I didn’t see this coming

Lori Borgman: I didn’t see this coming

If life is a pie chart with different size slices for “eating, sleeping, working,” etc., the biggest slice of my pie would be “looking for my reading glasses.”