Denver Blog | Advice

Floors in Colorado: What You Need to Know

The floor you choose has a big impact on your wallet and value of your home There’s a saying in Colorado when it comes to the weather. If you don’t like it, wait 10 minutes and it will change. It sounds absurd, but it’s the truth. One minute you have blue skies and sunny weather […]

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How Gentrification is Affecting Housing Prices in Denver

When a formerly depressed neighborhood suddenly becomes hot, rapid growth can transform an area almost overnight. But it can also bring expensive growing pains. Is gentrification making Denver unaffordable? Gentrification can happen quickly. As higher-income buyers move into a growing neighborhood, the cost of living goes up. Rents typically escalate, forcing poor and working-class families […]

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Are Homes in Denver Worth Less Than Before the Housing Market Crash?

A decade after the housing market crash, two out of three homes in America still aren’t worth as much as they were in 2007. How does the Denver real estate market compare to the rest of the nation? The answer may surprise you. The nationwide statistics seem to paint a rosy picture of the current […]

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What Happens to a Condemned House in Denver?

Houses are condemned when building inspectors for the county or city of Denver have determined that the house is unsafe or unfit to live in. Because the city has decided the home is unfit or unsafe to live in, when a home is condemned, there will be orders from the building instructor for the home […]

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Do Colorado’s Weed-Friendly Laws Apply to Landlords?

The wave of momentum to legalize marijuana in this country continues to grow. The change from 25 years ago is stark. Smoking pot just isn’t a big deal in many states. But does that mean landlords have to tolerate it in their rentals? There are four states and the District of Columbia that have approved […]

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Solar Panels in Denver: Are They Worth it?

We are always on the look to do our part for the environment. We want to lessen the impact we make and leave it better for the generations to come. That’s sometimes easier said than done. There are some things we just cannot change or alter. But one we can is with our homes. Whether […]

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