You’ve locked yourself out of the house and need a locksmith. You frantically scroll through your smartphone, looking for a company to help. And soon, you’re paying $1,000 for a job that should have cost $100. You’ve fallen prey to a little-know scam: fake locksmith ads online. According to Costco … [Read more...] about The key to avoiding locksmith scams
It seems so easy on the Property Brothers. They find a home in desperate need of renovation, bust out a few walls, put in new flooring and furniture and—voila!—that rundown old shack has become a modern gem, and a goldmine to boot. That’s reality TV. But what about real life? Well…sometimes that rundown shack ends up costing … [Read more...] about Reality TV shows make fixing up rundown homes look easy. Is it?
May 17, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (For more information contact Douglas E. Lierle at firstname.lastname@example.org) Cyndie Alexander Joins RE/MAX of Cherry Creek as Broker Associate DENVER – Cyndie Alexander, a second generation Realtor with more than 14 years of experience, has joined RE/MAX of Cherry Creek in Denver as a Broker … [Read more...] about Cyndie Alexander Joins RE/MAX of Cherry Creek as Broker Associate
May 8, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (For more information contact Douglas E. Lierle at email@example.com) Ken Posen Joins RE/MAX of Cherry Creek as Broker Associate DENVER – Ken Posen, a relocation specialist, has joined RE/MAX of Cherry Creek in Denver as a Broker Associate. Posen serves the diverse real estate … [Read more...] about Ken Posen Joins RE/MAX of Cherry Creek as Broker Associate
As if anyone needed more proof that the Denver housing market is tight, a recent survey shows that Colorado is tied for the fourth-lowest residential vacancy in the country. A study by Attom Data Solutions shows that only 0.69% of residential properties in Colorado are vacant, compared to the national rate of 1.58%. Colorado … [Read more...] about Denver residential vacancy rate fourth lowest in country
Cash used to be king. Then people began relying on credit and debit cards for every purchase. Now, it appears that bitcoin is making its own bid for purchasing popularity. According to some in the real estate industry, bitcoin is the next development on the horizon. While it's use is still in its infancy, the real estate … [Read more...] about Bit by bit, bitcoin is becoming a factor in the real estate market
April brought both good and bad news for Denver homebuyers: On the bright side, the number of homes for sale rose substantially over March. Less welcome will be the news that home prices hit a new high. According to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors’ (DMAR) monthly report, inventory rose to 5,160 last month. That’s … [Read more...] about April brings more homes for sale in the Denver metro area, at rising prices
You can decorate sleek. You can decorate vintage. Or, if you're following a current trend, you can just do as you feel and decorate "cozy." "Cozy seems to be the buzzword for 2018," designer Joan Craig recently told the Associated Press (AP). "Every client this year has told us they want their home to be soft, warm, relaxed, … [Read more...] about Forget matchy-matchy, cozy is the new decorating trend