10 Christmas Decorating ideas for 2016

Posted by Ines Mccanna // December 16, 2016

Here’s how to have yourself a merry little christmas, with these 10 decorating ideas for 2016! 1. Light things up. Add a touch of green year-round by installing forest green lamps on the exterior of your home or barn. (Carson L-Arm Fixture, from $199; 2. Add leaves to the eaves. Outfit a drape of […]

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Santa’s Favorite Cities

Posted by Ines Mccanna // December 14, 2016

According to a study done by Zillow Porchlight, Colorado Springs, as well as Denver, were in Santa’s top 10 favorite Cities.  While Santa was too busy prepping for the upcoming holiday for personal questioning on his favorite cities in the U.S. the team that conducted the study that determined what are most likely some of […]

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8 Winter Maintenance Tips for Landlords

Posted by Ines Mccanna // December 7, 2016

As a homeowner, you know that preventative maintenance is essential to keeping your property in good condition — and it’s even more important when you own or manage a rental property. Your tenants can’t be expected to stay on top of all the home repair and maintenance tasks, so there are several items you should […]

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Stadium Pricing

Posted by Ines Mccanna // December 5, 2016

A recent study by shows that fans will pay substantially more to live near their favorite sports team, which means home owners who live near a sports stadium often can command a premium for their properties.     The study ranked U.S. cities with at least one major league team within two miles of […]

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Household Income Up, Poverty Down

Posted by Ines Mccanna // November 29, 2016

Recently released data from the U.S. Census Bureau[1] on household income and poverty offer some good news for American families overall, with positive potential impacts on housing. U.S. annual household incomes grew 5.2 percent year-over-year in 2015, to $56,516, the first annual increase since 2007 and the strongest pace of income growth in a decade. […]

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Is the Foreclosure process in Colorado Broken?

Posted by Ines Mccanna // November 22, 2016

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A public hearing on the foreclosure process in Colorado was held last Thursday, which received mixed responses on weather or not the foreclosure process in Denver is efficient or not. The following account of the event was written by David Migoya a journalist for the Denver Post: Court rules governing the foreclosure process in Colorado are […]

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The Value of Home Equity for Retirement

Posted by Ines Mccanna // November 16, 2016

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According to recent studies done by the Urban Institute and CNBC, home ownership and equity can be a huge help towards funding retirement. According to the Urban Institute, older home owners who leverage the equity in their home may be better off in funding their retirement. However, the recession may have hampered many retirees’ abilities […]

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November Market Update

Posted by Ines Mccanna // November 10, 2016

November brings the biggest percentage drop in active inventory (month-over month) in 30 years.  Buyers are concerned with the continuing lack of inventory and rising interest rates and many want to buy before that happens.    

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2360 Birch St – Before & After

Posted by Ines Mccanna // November 8, 2016

2360 Birch St – Before & After   Take A Peek at the transformation that happened over at 2360 Birch St in Park Hill.  By opening up the floor plan and finishing the basement we were able to transform this park hill home, let us know what you think of the final product below!

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Fall Decor Trends for 2016

Posted by Ines Mccanna // November 1, 2016

Get your insight on the latest home decor trends right here.  Read on about one of the main trends manufactures are following this season below. Take a look through the fall decor catalogs or browse the aisles of furnishings stores and you’ll see recurring themes… Matte Finishes. “Matte is having a moment right now,” says […]

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