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Posted on 05/28/2020
1742 S Eudora Street, Denver, CO 80222 is now new to the market!
RARE Opportunity for Remodeled, move In Ready Home Priced Significantly Under Market Value.... Uncommon Short Sale Situation allows for ability to provide incredible fortuity for buyer! Situated on a quite street in the highly desirable and centrally located Virginia Village neighborhood, you have easy access to I-25, Wash Park, Cherry Creek, Parks, Trails, shopping, restaurants and more! This home features, large remodeled master bedroom with en-suite & walk-in closet, updated kitchen complete with SS Appliances, granite, gorgeous hardwood floors, finished basement boasting 2 additional bedrooms & full bath, etc. Perfect for owner...
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Posted on 05/27/2020
Another Property Sold - 7106 S Birch Way, Centennial, CO 80122
Adorable 3 bed ranch home in desirable Nob Hill neighborhood/Littleton School District. Enter into a charming family room with a bay window offering abundant natural lighting. Updated kitchen with new flooring, quartz countertops, backsplash, & newer fixtures. Kitchen includes all appliances. Basement is partially finished, homeowner continues to work on basement finishes and improvements and has spacious storage and living areas with a huge flex room, additional full bath, laundry room and nonconforming 4th bedroom in basement area. Enjoy entertaining in back with a cozy sunroom and professionally landscaped backyard with built in...
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Posted on 05/24/2020
Why Should You Shop Around for a Smart Home Device?
There are many state-of-the-art smart home devices at your disposal. At the same time, there is no shortage of vendors that sell smart home devices in cities and towns nationwide. Ultimately, it is a good idea to shop around for a smart home device. If you evaluate a variety of smart home device vendors, you can boost the likelihood...
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Posted on 05/17/2020
Energy-Efficient Tips for Bathrooms
Photo by 영훈 박 via Pixabay Your bathroom can be a considerable source of energy use in your home. The Department of Energy states that water heating accounts for up to 18 percent of energy bills, which is the second largest expense in your home after heating and cooling. Showers and baths aren’t the only reasons for high...
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Posted on 05/10/2020
Beyond Scented Candles and Cookies — Home Staging Strategies That Work
Photo by Milly Eaton via Pexels If you're like most people who are beginning the process of putting their homes up for sale, you're probably aware of the concept of home staging. Home staging is a strategy used to present your home in a good light to prospective buyers by creating a warm, welcoming environment. Typical home staging...
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Posted on 05/03/2020
How to Appeal to a Variety of Buyers
Image by kirkandmimi from Pixabay When you list your home for sale, you are setting it up to sell to a wide range of buyers. Chances are the person who buys your home is not going to be the same as you, and often they will belong to a completely different generation. For example, if you’re prepping to...
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Posted on 04/26/2020
Why Should You Set Up a House Showing?
For a buyer who is interested in learning more about a residence, it may be beneficial to set up a house showing. In fact, there are many reasons why now may be a good time to schedule a home showing, such as: 1. You can determine if a home is right for you. Many houses are available in cities...
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Posted on 04/19/2020
What’s the Best Home Improvement for ROI
Photo by Sue Smith via Shutterstock Choosing what to upgrade or fix in, on or around your home can be a complicated process. Changes fall into two categories – things that increase or decrease value (or sale price) and things that increase or decrease salability (or how willing people are to pay full price for it). Before you...
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Posted on 04/12/2020
Updating your Porch Lighting
Image by David Papazian from Shutterstock Porch lighting is an essential part of a home's curb appeal. It offers much more than help navigating in the dark or a pretty accent for your front door. A brightly lit porch can enhance security and also save you money on your energy bill. Where will you place it? The location...
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Posted on 04/05/2020
Home Buying 101
Photo by Arka38 via Shutterstock After spending enough time researching real estate online, you probably think you can do just as good a job selling your home as a professional real estate agent. However, it's more difficult than it sounds. Even though you can access many of the same advertising venues as a professional, they have a wide...
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Posted on 03/29/2020
Fresh to the Neighborhood: Dealing with Your Neighbors
Photo by Ricarda Mölck via Pixabay Moving to a new neighborhood brings with it, well, the new neighbors. Although you may be an exceptionally private person — others, by nature, are naturally curious. They want to know who’s moved in next door. This is particularly true when your house is just a few feet or a few inches...
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Posted on 03/22/2020
Facts About Your Credit Score
When you want to buy a home, you know that good credit will be necessary. You may have heard some things about your credit score that just aren’t true. Read on to set the record straight on some of the most significant misconceptions about credit. Checking Your Credit Only Gives You Knowledge Checking your credit score or report will...
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