December 2018

Found 3 blog entries for December 2018.



Broadmoor homes for sale in colorado springs

How Much is Your Home Worth? | Colorado Springs Home Value Estimator

Do you live in the Pikes Peak Region? Do you ever wonder exactly what your home is worth?

When you hire a REALTOR® to assess the value of your home you can be sure to have the most accurate assessment of what you may be able to sell your home for. Additionally, there is plenty of information out there to help you find what out what your home is worth, however, it can risky to rely solely on computer-generated results. For example, some tools used to asses your home value might only rely on existing data such as Zillow's Zestimate Home Value Estimator. Often times the Zestimate is a great place to start your home value assessment, however, in other cases,

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Seven Falls during the Holidays in Colorado Springs

Top Things to do this Holiday Season in Colorado Springs

The holiday season brings so many different fun and exciting things to do in Colorado Springs. 

Colorado Springs has been voted Most Desirable Place to Live according to US News (Colorado Springs is #1) and Best Places to Live (Colorado Springs is ranked #2) this year. Whether you are looking for fun outdoor adventures or unique yearly events (see our Guide to Annual Events for more information), Colorado Springs has it all. Additionally, there are nearly endless wild and open spaces within close vicinity to Colorado Springs, not mention plenty of museums and other fun attractions. Colorado Springs is an incredible place with nearly endless opportunities to have a fabulous time. Especially

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Colorado Springs Home staging tips

The Potential of a Vacant Home | Colorado Springs Homes

by Elisha Neibur

Did you know that only 10% of buyers can visualize a home’s potential? That means if you are selling a vacant home, only 90% of buyers touring your home will be able to imagine themselves living there. That is a lot of offers that are not coming your way because a large percentage of viewers aren’t sure that the master will fit their king bed or the family room will have enough room to comfortably seat their family.

As a home stager, and likely part of the 10% who is good at visualizing spaces, my own house shopping experience played out this reality. We purchased a house that was built in 1947 a few years ago. The latest upgrades happened in the ’70s (the kitchen-

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