Homeowner wealth vs. renter wealth

Homeowner wealth vs. renter wealth

There are many times in life when it makes sense to rent the place you live in. However, over the years, owning real estate has proven to be the greatest wealth builder for most Americans.

Should I buy my first home with a friend?

Should I buy my first home with a friend?

Rising home prices have made homeownership prohibitive for many across the county, and first-time buyers are turning to an alternative path to homeownership. That path is purchasing a property with a friend.

Is an appraisal needed?

Is an appraisal needed?

A home appraisal is assumed as a compulsory step for any real estate transaction. However, some home loans may not require an appraisal and prospective home buyers and sellers are able to skip this step entirely.

Colorado Economy shows solid recovery

Colorado Economy shows solid recovery

Colorado businesses are primed for growth, as now halfway through 2021 signs of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic are strong, according a new quarterly economic report.

History Comes Home in an Impeccable Restoration

History Comes Home in an Impeccable Restoration

The Temple-Bowron House, an exquisitely restored historic home on a large lot two blocks from Pearl Street in Boulder, presents an unrivaled opportunity to those who not only appreciate history but seek to abide in it.

New home construction purchases

New home construction purchases

Owning a home is still a key facet of the American Dream. Owning a home, built specifically for you, with the opportunity to choose colors, floorplan, appliances, and every detail, is quite special!

How trees add value to your home

How trees add value to your home

Everybody loves a majestic shade tree. It invites you to stay cool and adds dimension to your landscape. But it doesn’t stop there. Healthy, well-kept trees add to the value of your property, too.

Lawns browning from heat

Lawns browning from heat

When the heat switched on, lawns stressed, with Kentucky Bluegrass going dormant to escape the near-hundred degree temperatures. Brown spots in yards are blooming faster than the roses.

Artificial turf and how it has evolved

Artificial turf and how it has evolved

We’re getting more proficient at making artificial things appear like the real thing. From plant-based Impossible Burgers to porcelain tiles that are the spitting image of marble, reproductions sometimes offer benefits that improve upon the real deal. Artificial grass has improved over time, too.

Living with the threat of wildfire

Living with the threat of wildfire

The fires in recent weeks in Routt County and Western states bringing haze to the Front Range are a huge wake-up call to be prepared, especially for those who live in the mountains and foothills where wildfire is an ongoing hazard.