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What’s Hot and What’s Not in 2018 Kitchen Trends Homeowners are shelling out for extra storage, new countertops and wireless appliances. Houzz today released the results of its 2018 Kitchen Trends study, which revealed that homeowners are obsessed with clutter-free countertops (75 percent), ingenious storage options (66 percent) and easy recycling (49 percent). Source: ...

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The Great Bathroom Debate? Shower or Tub?

Builders and bathroom designers spout off on the ways their clients prefer to get clean. By Kathleen Brown Courtesy Marc-Michaels Interior Design/Trent Bell Bathrooms and kitchens sell homes, says West Palm Beach, Fla.-based interior designer Gil Walsh, and the design choices made in them can make or break a home sale. From a sales ...

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The 9 Hottest Interior Design and Decor Trends You’ll See in 2018

Prachi Damle Photography via Houzz When it comes to home design and decor, we'll be the first to tell you to stick with what you love, no matter what the pros say. But if you can't escape that sinking feeling each time you walk through your front door that your decor is looking ...

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How to Avoid a Disaster From Frozen Pipes This Winter

I’ve been in more than my fair share of homes that have been severely damaged as a result of flooding from frozen pipes that broke during cold spells. It is a messy and needless to say, “costly” nightmare that you can and should take steps to avoid. Most people realize that ...

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Be Good to Your Furnace

  Winter is upon us and now is the time to make sure your furnace is going to be reliable and serve you well. Furnaces are typically out of sight and out of mind but are one of the most important and expensive components of your home. Aside from obviously keeping you ...

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Should You Get an Appraisal Before You List and If You Do, Must You Disclose the Amount to The Buyer?

I can’t speak for other Real Estate Brokers, but in my opinion there is not a lot of benefit in spending the money to get an appraisal before listing your property for sale. The results of an appraisal is not a material fact (it is just an opionion) and therefore ...

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What Happens When the Appraisal Comes in Lower Than the Agreed-Upon Selling Price?

The Denver housing market is not the only one with a strong seller’s market. Across the country, real estate agents are reporting a strong sellers markets driven by lower unemployment and tight inventory of existing homes. More people have more money and they want to buy homes, but with fewer houses ...

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View Your County’s Latest Housing Report

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Fraudulent Wire Transfer Scams

Division of Real Estate urges Colorado home buyers and sellers to be on alert for email scams with fraudulent wire transfer instructions Cybercriminals targeting home buyers and sellers nationwide The Colorado Division of Real Estate at the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) warns Colorado consumers to beware of a national cyber-scam currently ...

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October 2016 Denver Monthly Economic Indicators

Courtesy of the Denver Metro Economic Development Corp.        ...

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