Monthly Archives: September 2015

FALL HOME MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST

Written by LeafFilte With autumn here it is time to get your house in shape for the cooler months ahead. Fall is a great time to take care of the little things that can make a big difference for you … Continue reading

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SWING THAT HAMMER, SELLERS!

Written by Blanche Evans If you’re selling a home that needs updating, you’ll net more for your home because you’re making it look closer to new. You’re solving problems that current buyers don’t want to take on, making your home … Continue reading

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Very, very few Denver homes lost value last year: Report

By: Ben Miller, Contributing Writer, Denver Business Journal Only 1.5 percent of Denver homes lost value last year, which was the smallest decline in home value in the nation. That’s according to a new report by Zillow, which indicated that … Continue reading

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Realtors say housing demand in Denver is on the decline

By: Russell Haythorn DENVER – Labor Day weekend, everything changed. That’s what experts are saying about the housing market in metro Denver. After a white hot spring and summer, the hottest housing market in the nation has cooled quite a … Continue reading

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Fed leaves interest rates unchanged

Worried that economic growth is slowing, officials put off a rate hike until another month By Jon Hilsenrath Dow Jones Newswires WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve left short-term interest rates unchanged after weeks of market-churning internal debate about whether it … Continue reading

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IMPROVING YOUR CREDIT SCORE. . .

Written by William Featherstone Credit scores, along with your overall income and debt, are big factors in determining whether you’ll qualify for a loan and what your loan terms will be. So, keep your credit score high by doing the … Continue reading

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Amid Colorado construction boom, workers are scarce, contractors say

By Alicia Wallace The Denver Post A shortage of skilled workers is stifling the construction industry’s rebound from the gutting it took during the Great Recession, potentially stymieing the boom in Colorado. The shortage is a problem that has vexed … Continue reading

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FICO SCORES AND MORTGAGE INTEREST RATES

Written by Blanche Evans If you want to take advantage of today’s low interest rates, you must qualify for your rates with attractive credit scores. High credit scores are earned through on-time credit payments, carefully managing debt, and keeping accounts … Continue reading

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6 IMPERATIVE MISTAKES TO AVOID WHEN DECLUTTERING YOUR HOME

Written by Andrea Davis If you’re getting ready to move or sell your home, clutter is your worst enemy. It makes packing a nightmare, and finding the one item you need could take an extra 15 minutes to more than … Continue reading

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