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Wednesday, June 6th, 2012 at 3:37pm. 436 Views, 0 Comments.
Enjoy a beautiful spring day in Colorado and take advantage of free entry* to all National Parks in honor of Get Outdoors Day this Saturday. Head out to Rocky Mountain National Park, or Sand Dunes National Park and remind yourself why we are so privileged to be living in such an amazing place.
If you want to stick to the city this weekend, you can still enjoy the Get Outdoors Colorado event at Denver's City Park. There will be rock climbing, kayaking, live music, dancing, fishing, canoeing, hula hooping and much more. The event is free and promises to be a fun event for all ages.
*Fee waiver includes: entrance fees, commercial tour fees, and transportation entrance fees. Other fees such as reservation, camping, tours, concession and fees…
Wednesday, April 13th, 2011 at 11:10pm. 224 Views, 0 Comments.
Your Property And Home Improvements - Increasing The Value Of Your Property
If you want to increase the value of your property through home improvements there are a few things that you should learn about first. A lot of people think that the money they put into home improvements will return dollar for dollar when their house is put up for sale. This is not necessarily true, however, because some types of improvements will give you a better return on your investment than others.
If you put $15,000 into in addition, you're not going to see that amount back when your Centennial house is put on the market and sold, in most cases. As an example, in 2008 you could expect to see 67.3 cents back for every dollar spent.
Looking at it from another viewpoint,…
Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 at 12:58am. 251 Views, 0 Comments.
Home Improvements To Avoid When Selling Your Centennial Home
One of the basic concepts in marketing anything is having an item appeal to the most amount of people possible, and this concept also applies to selling your Centennial home. The more appealing it is to the market as a whole, the faster it will sell.
If you're thinking about doing some home improvements to add value to your home, here are some that you may want to avoid. These improvements will not add as much value as kitchen or bathroom renovations would when you are selling your home.
AdditionsWhile some additions can add a lot of value, some rooms appear to be tacked on to the rest of the house. Buyers will get the feeling that the room simply doesn't belong to the rest of the house…
Monday, March 28th, 2011 at 9:02pm. 298 Views, 0 Comments.
First Time Centennial Home Buyer - How You Know That The Home Is Yours
You'll know the home is yours when you first step into it. It will have that just-feels-right look and feel to it. You'll know the home is yours, the one you can call home, by that feeling deep inside that tells you everything is right.
You can read a lot about real estate and you should. There are some very important things that you need to watch for as a first time Centennial home buyer. There are homes that are in a bad neighborhood, houses with underlying structural damage etc. You need to become aware of these factors, of course, but the one thing you can't read about is the feeling that comes over you when you have been desperately trying to find the right place and then suddenly…