Camping and Hiking at Kenosha Pass
Located right off of Highway 285, Kenosha Pass and campground is known as one of the nation’s highest mountain passes, sitting at an ...
Posted by Kevin Copeland on July 31, 2020
Find Your Serenity
COVID-19 is going to be with us for a while. There is talk of mutations and a ...
Posted by Richard Poveromo on July 24, 2020
Out of the concrete jungle and into the 'burbs
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Posted by JoAnn MacDougall on July 17, 2020
Summer Is The New Spring
Housing Demand Homebuyer interest recovered quickly and remains high despite the weaker economic environment, as low mortgage rates, virtual tools, ...
Posted by Kevin Copeland on July 16, 2020
What About The Rest Of The Year?
One of the biggest questions on everyone’s minds these days is: What’s going to happen to the housing market in the second half of ...
Posted by JoAnn MacDougall on July 13, 2020
Continue To Live, Continue To Thrive
In these current times with political tension, racial tension, protesting, rioting and then toss in COVID-19 we should ask ourselves some ...
Posted by Richard Poveromo on July 10, 2020
History Of The Cline Ranch
The main ranch house was built in 1928 by the ranch owner, Foster Cline, Sr., a prominent Denver attorney. The ranch was owned by and associated ...
Posted by Kevin Copeland on July 6, 2020
Real Estate News
Reason To Take Advantage Of A Sellers Market
Buyers want to get ahead of an uncertain market.
Sellers with high equity can turn a good profit....
Posted by Tammy Copeland on July 5, 2020
The South Park Basin
South Park is a grassland flat within the basin formed by the Rocky Mountains' Mosquito and Park Mountain Ranges within ...
Posted by Billi Taylor on July 4, 2020
Preparing For A Home Inspection
How to Prepare Your Home For An Inspection
Selling your home is more than just a financial transaction. A home is more than just land and ...
Posted by Kevin Copeland on July 2, 2020