October 2011

There are 3 blog entries for October 2011.

We have all driven around neighborhoods nicer than our own, enjoying the views of homes that are stunning for one reason or another, perhaps just their shear size, or maybe the detail of their design.

It is easy to daydream about what it would be like to live in such a place. What does it feel like inside? What could possibly be in all those rooms? What makes one house so much more expensive than another

One of a Kind

A big part of the ‘lux’ in luxury when it comes to real estate is the one of a kind aspect a home has to offer. Oftentimes this has to do with where the house is situated in relation to nature.

A ranch located on 1,000 mountainous acres in Colorado, or a villa with an expansive coastline view are two properties that even if you

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When it comes to selling a home, making a few improvements, upgrades and repairs can go a long way toward helping to get the home sold quickly and at a reasonable price. While it may seem counterintuitive to invest more money into a home that you are planning to sell, making a few wise investments can help you receive a much greater return. To that end, here is a look at a few home improvements that are almost guaranteed to help you sell your home.

Home Improvement #1: Create an Inviting Entryway
Your entryway is one of the first things the buyer will see, so you want to be sure it is attractive and inviting. Some simple steps you can take to make your entryway more inviting include adding a fresh layer of paint to the door, replacing hardware as necessary

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Even if you’ve lived in this city all of your life, there are a number of Denver’s hidden attractions you may not have had the opportunity to experience. Denver is an amazingly diverse city, full of all sorts of experiences. Whether you’re into the arts, sports, outdoor activities, cultural experiences, dining or entertainment, Denver’s hidden attractions have a lot to offer you. Go a little ways off the beaten path or down a little-used street and you’ll be truly intrigued by what you find.

Here are some of the best among Denver’s hidden attractions:
  • The Brown House Museum. Located at 1340 Pennsylvania Street, this is the home of Molly Brown. Brown was a survivor of the Titanic, and has become central to many of the films and other productions made about
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