6 Crucial Plumbing Facts That Could Make or Break Your Bathroom Remodel

June 18, 2019

By Margaret Heidenry | Jun 17, 2019 Planning to remodel your bathroom into the oasis of your dreams? Then you’d better get a handle on your plumbing. Even if you don’t see the pipes connected to your sink or shower, understanding how they work is essential if you want your bathroom renovation to turn out all right (and […]


How to Deal with Foundation Issues When Buying or Selling a House

April 8, 2019

Cracks or problems in a home’s foundation might seem intimidating, but they’re not always as bad as they seem — for sellers or for buyers. Foundation issue considerations for buyers and sellers. The foundation is, quite literally, the base of your home. It is the bedrock upon which the whole structure rests, so it must […]


9 Things Reality TV Shows Get Wrong About Real Estate

April 2, 2019

Written by Emily Hochberg on March 29, 2019 Insider scoop and secrets on Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles and other popular TV shows. If you love real estate like we do (love doesn’t even begin to encapsulate it!), then it’s likely you’ve caught any of the real estate TV shows currently saturating reality TV. Maybe […]


7 Steps to Revive your Yard this Spring

March 27, 2019

Changing temperatures across Colorado mean spring fever has come early for many homeowners. But drastic temperature swings can be hard on your yard. Jacob Palmer offers 7 tips to revive your lawn in time for spring. Revive your Yard in time for Spring Colorado winters are harsh on lawns. Snow, ice, wind, and salt can […]


8 Curb Appeal Boosters You Can Do in a Weekend

March 20, 2019

Win home shoppers over before they even think about stepping foot inside. A polished home exterior creates an inviting experience for visitors or passersby, which is especially important if your home is on the market. Check out our tips to get the most curb appeal for the lowest cost — while turning your neighbors’ heads […]


How to Sell Your House in 2019

March 5, 2019

So, you have found yourself at that point of selling your house and moving on. Maybe you’re downsizing to a smaller house because the kids have finally left the nest, or you got a job in a new city and need to relocate, or finally, you retired and want to head south to warmer climates. […]


Redfin: 2019 is shaping up to be a good year for homebuyers

February 28, 2019

More Americans are slashing home prices than in previous winters February 27, 2019Alcynna Lloyd In February, more American homes experienced a price drop than any other winter in recent history, according to new data from Redfin. “More than any time in the past few years, 2019 is shaping up to be a good year for homebuyers,” […]


It costs more to own a home than to rent one in every U.S. state

February 20, 2019

While previous articles have declared that the number of markets where it’s cheaper to buy than to rent is decreasing, this one says it’s plain non-existent. Using data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s most recent American Community Survey, which tracks median housing costs from 2013 to 2017, a CNBC article says homeowners spend more money […]


Is Granite Going Out of Style?

February 1, 2019

If you have granite countertops or are considering installing them, the latest hearsay may give you pause. Rumor has it granite isn’t the in-demand material it used to be. But that doesn’t mean that granite is suddenly “so last year.” In fact, granite is still a strong choice for kitchens and bathrooms today. The simple […]


7 Places in America That Will Pay You to Move There

November 18, 2018

BY BRITTAN JENKINS ON 25 OCT 2018 From cash grants to free lots of land, these incentives are luring city dwellers to rural America. If you’re willing to move and if you meet the qualifications, many rural American towns are offering incentives aimed at attracting new residents and reviving their communities. At the beginning of […]