If you are in thinking about buying your first home in Denver, the process is overwhelming. Most new home buyers seek a real estate broker recommended by a trusted friend or family member. Usually, the first interview meeting is filled with necessary information required by both parties. Your new agent […]
What would be the 2021 forecast and can we predict what will happen in the real estate market? If anything, this year has taught Americans that nothing is for sure and life can change in a moment’s notice. We have been made aware that many hidden outside elements can be […]
What defines a luxury home? Is it price or amenities? There is no checklist that can define any property as luxurious though many features are common among upscale properties in major U.S. cities. Topping the list is prime location and that is the top draw in most cities across the […]
Thinking about buying a house and applying for a loan? Your finances are the first thing you should get in order. Buying your first home can be one of the most exciting, and daunting, experiences of your life. But if you go in armed with the right information, it’s a […]
Meet Your Realtor and Snag The Professional Agent
Is it time to find a realtor? You may be tempted to try the Do It Yourself approach but consider this decision carefully. When it comes down to it, no amount of Internet research can substitute for the education and expertise that a professional realtor brings to the table. From […]
The Grinch that stole Christmas
The underbelly of any society is filled with individuals who have no desire to contribute to the better good of the people in that society and think only of themselves as they put their efforts into criminal activity. It is apparent in our daily lives through reading newspapers and magazines […]
The lucky rabbit’s foot wasn’t lucky for the rabbit
One of the memories that I have of my dad was the sayings he would use to get his point across. My favorite was that the lucky rabbit’s foot wasn’t lucky for the rabbit. He would use that saying on me when I was depending upon luck more than my […]
Success won’t be handed to you on a silver platter.
I’m not really sure where the idiom “handed to you on a silver platter” came from and looking it up on the Internet proved less than fruitful in finding the origin; however, the meaning is very clear … getting something without having to work for it. I’m only too familiar […]
Setting the performance bar
I’ve written a blog about setting the performance bar high in the past but feel that the start of the school year is a great time to readdress the issue. After all, the students of today will be the leaders and workers of tomorrow. Yours and my retirements will be […]
How much is one life worth?
Events of the last week have forced me to think about how much one life is worth. A very good friend of mine, who had been having a lot of problems over the last couple of years, took their own life last week. This person was so full of happiness […]