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Rental Property

It’s no secret that the rental property market in Denver is extremely competitive. Landlords are all vying for prime tenants that they can count on to pay the rent on time and keep their property in mint condition. What this means is that landlords also need to find a way to give their property an edge so that it can stand out from all the other properties currently on the market.

Rather than dropping your rent to be the lowest on the market, landlords can use these tips to make their property more attractive.

Be Sure to Highlight Any Tech Features

In today's digital age, there are actually a number of tech features you can install in your rental property. Simply by adding features like a security system that can be controlled remotely, a

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A Snapshot Guide to Sacramento’s Very Diverse Neighborhoods

Sacramento is rated high for diversity because of its wide range of employment opportunity, education, affordability, and culture, so it’s no surprise that this thriving city has neighborhoods for everyone, in every walk of life. Perhaps even you. If you are thinking of moving to the city of trees, read on to find out which neighborhood is best suited for you.

Hipsters/Artists

Oak Park, technically Sacramento’s first suburb,is a vibrant African American community once home to the Joyland Amusement Park. Though still working its way through gentrification, it is one of the most desirable, not to mention affordable, neighborhoods in Sacramento, which, by the way, happens to be fourth on the list for the most hipster city in the country. Because of

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Get your House ready for Sale

Listing your property for sale in the winter sounds counter-intuitive, as spring is the peak season to shop for homes. However, going against the current in this instance might pay off in the end – the buyers searching for a new home during winter tend to be more decisive and have more urgency. Also, you’ll be showing your place off amid the exquisite winter wonderland that Denver is during this time of the year, and that’s definitely a plus.

If you decided to go ahead and list your home this winter, here’s how to prepare for the open house and how to ensure that potential buyers will experience your home at its full potential.

Schedule a Furnace Inspection

Homebuyers are, naturally, extremely interested in heating costs and house insulation,

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Career in Real Estate

In the 2010s, more and more people decided to become self-employed due to the expanded opportunities for remote working due to innovations like the internet. In search of more flexibility and a better work/life balance, the rates of those becoming self-employed reached an all-time high. This is no different in the real estate industry. Although you might believe that working for an agency is the only option available to you, this is untrue, and there are many other career options that you can consider in the industry that may appeal to you. Read on to find out more about each of them.

Real Estate Agent

In July 2019, 16 million Americans were self-employed, and this number is continually growing. If you also want to consider the advantages of

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 A Guide to Englewood, Co

If you’re thinking about moving to Englewood, Co then you might want to learn more about your new home. Englewood is an urban-suburban area just to the south of Denver. Englewood, Co real estate includes a mix of residential properties to suit everyone from the young professional to the growing family. The downtown area has plenty of restaurants, bars and entertainment venues and there are lots of things to see and do in Englewood, Co if you decide to settle here.

Neighbourhoods in Englewood, Co

Englewood, Co has a variety of different neighbourhoods ranging from some that are mainly residential to the downtown area that is full of shops, bars and restaurants. Many young professionals prefer to live near to these busier

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Thanksgiving is almost here, while Christmas and New Year’s Eve are only weeks away. Among all the usual preparations for the holiday season – buying gifts, planning family meals and parties, and decorating your home – there’s one first step you shouldn’t skip: decluttering your home.

Removing the clutter throughout your home prior to the holiday season allows you to enjoy the festivities in comfortable and cozy surroundings, and to invite family and friends without worrying that you must tidy up for hours before they arrive.

Although the task seems daunting and time-consuming, especially during this time of the year when you have many other things to do, it’s definitely worth it. It saves plenty of time and energy in the long run, and your

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 Senior Living

Is your elderly parent moving into your home? If so, you may be worried about the additional expenses of preparing your home. Thankfully, getting your home ready for a senior doesn’t have to disrupt your budget, especially when you use these tips to save time and money:          

Save on Senior Home Essentials by Shopping With Macys at Rakuten

You may need a few things for your home in order to prepare for your senior family member’s arrival. But that doesn’t mean you need to spend a small fortune in order to check those items off your shopping list, especially since it’s easy to find coupons for Macys on websites like Rakuten. Shopping at Macys can save you time and money, because you can find everything your senior parent may need in one

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Moving Superstitions

Halloween is here, and, to make sure we celebrate it properly, we thought a guide to the most popular superstitions around the globe would be the best way to honor the tradition.                                                                                                                                                                                                     The infographic below, originally put together by the creative team at the self-storage listings website STORAGECafé, presents some ideas about what a home should look like if you want to keep it protected from supernatural forces.                                                                                                                                                 

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Denver Real Estate

The Denver metro area continues to be a magnet for people from all around the United States. The region grew steadily in the last decade from 2.5 million to nearly 3 million residents today. According to US Census data, Denver metro gained about 40,000 new residents in 2018 alone, and the pace doesn’t look like slowing down.

Therefore, it’s safe to say that a lot of people are moving to Denver on a daily basis, and for some very good reasons. The area has undisputable advantages, starting with its spectacular, high-altitude location surrounded by mountains and 300 days of sunshine per year. Denver metro offers countless opportunities for outdoor activities and sports in all seasons, but it also features a thriving, vibrant arts and culture scene,

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 Denver 55+ Communities

When you begin the downsizing process, all the steps involved in moving from one point to another might not be particularly clear. Here are some of the general things you’ll need to take care of now that you’ve decided to downsize.

 How to Downsize Effectively

Downsizing is essentially moving from a larger space to a smaller one. In order to do this effectively, you’ll have to need to create a plan as early as possible and stick to it. Since you’ll need to go through your possessions and determine what you can keep and what needs to be removed, consider getting some help from your friends. They can help you move from room to room more easily and really cut down on the time it takes to decide what goes.

Before sorting, you should make it

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