The Safest Cities in Colorado

When moving or relocating your family, the last thing you want to overlook is the safety of the area you’re moving to. If you’re moving to Colorado then you’re in luck—we boast one of the safest states in the nation when it comes to crime rate. People in the Centennial State are less concerned about theirContinue reading “The Safest Cities in Colorado”

Summer Home Buying Tips

Though more widely known for its beautiful white winters, Colorado also boasts wonderfully moderate summers. If you are considering moving to the Centennial state, summer is the prime time to start looking. If you need an agent, contact Mark Eibner today and let him interview to represent you in the Colorado real estate market. HeContinue reading “Summer Home Buying Tips”

How Renting is Bad for You

Do you rent? Buying isn’t for everyone, but renting can have negative side effects. If you are in an apartment, you are probably very close to your neighbors, especially if your unit is in the middle of the building; you may share walls with neighbors as well as having neighbors above and below you. IfContinue reading “How Renting is Bad for You”

Do I Need an Agent to Buy a New Build?

There are some bad agents out there that will not do you much service, and they make the rest of us look bad. Most agents do more than just sign some papers to get their commission. When you hire a good agent, they will help assess the bigger picture, especially when it comes to newContinue reading “Do I Need an Agent to Buy a New Build?”

Myths from House Flipping Shows

All house-flipping shows have the same story. Someone buys a dilapidated house and a team of elite contractors and designers transforms it into a work of art. And then the buyer turns around and sells it for a hefty profit. They make it look easy, too easy. It makes for great TV, but it isContinue reading “Myths from House Flipping Shows”

Pre-Inspection Issues That You Can Address Yourself

If you are thinking about selling your home, remember that one of the earliest hurdles you’ll have to get over is the inspection of your home. Finding issues that must be addressed after your inspection, can cost you a lot of time in the selling process—negotiating with the buyer. We recommend that you fix theContinue reading “Pre-Inspection Issues That You Can Address Yourself”

Summer Activities in Colorado

Now that many of the stay at home orders throughout Colorado have started to lift, Coloradans will be flocking to the great outdoors. With all of its mountains, lakes, rivers, and trails, Colorado was made for the outdoor adventurer. With so many options available, what should you do first? Here are four of the mostContinue reading “Summer Activities in Colorado”

Perfect Plants for Colorado Climate

The snow has melted and the sun is out in Colorado. This means that many Coloradans will be out in their yards, green thumbs held high, attending their plants. Planning on adding some new plants to your landscape? With so many options to choose from at your local nursery, it can be hard to makeContinue reading “Perfect Plants for Colorado Climate”

Small Projects, Big Rewards

If you are considering selling your home, you have probably already made a list of all the small projects that you want to do to entice buyers. Everyone wants to do small, cost-effective projects that will increase the value of their home. But how do you know which projects are worth your time and money?Continue reading “Small Projects, Big Rewards”

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