Real Estate News - Denver, Colorado - Blog Archive: September, 2013

September 2013

Found 4 blog entries for September 2013.

When you are new to Denver, taking a tour of the city can get you acquainted with the area. Even those who have lived in the city for a long time might enjoy playing tourist for a day or two. There are a few fun sightseeing tours that natives, visitors, and new citizens will enjoy going on.

Microbrew Tour

If you love all things beer-related, you will want to take the Microbrew Tour. There are several microbreweries in the city, and on this walking tour you will visit all of them and get to sample their brews. You will also walk by many of the city's places of interest along the route while your tour guide points out important and remarkable sights. You will also get a coupon for a free pint from any of the breweries, so you can go back and enjoy a

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Manufactured home loans - Facts you need to know before refinancing

Although a manufactured home loan might seem to be different but actually the entire process of grabbing such a loan isn™t much different from getting home loans for traditional homes. Manufactured home loans are taken out for financing the mobile homes and the conventional home loans are opted for buying the conventional properties. If you had taken out a mobile home loan and you are struggling to make the payments towards it, you must be thinking of a refinance. Through a refinance home loan, you can take out a new loan with new terms and conditions and thereby facilitate the entire debt repayment schedule. With the current low mortgage rates in the nation, this is perhaps the best

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I have water in my Colorado home, My carpet is damp, What do I do? 

With the current flooding in the Denver Metro area I felt that as a Real Estate Broker, it is important that you know the facts about the ground water that has risen or run through communities in Colorado. It appears that the north Denver area and Boulder area is effected most by the heavy rains.

First our thoughts go out to those who have lost so much in the recent flooding over the past few days in Colorado. The call of the local Denver/Boulder neighborhoods are abound with generosity to help those in need.. I would say that Colorado is blessed with good people, however the United States of America as a whole is blessed with the "lets pick it up and get this taken care of,"

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Denver is a beautiful city filled with cultural treasures worth visiting, whether you are in town for a few days or simply live nearby. With neighborhoods filled with arts and culture and fine architectural specimens, you will enjoy looking at these great cultural locations while wandering around the city.

Colorado State Capitol

The Capitol building dominates the city's skyline due to the gold bell-shaped dome. Its point is located exactly 5,280 feet above sea level, perfect of the Mile High City. You can tour through the capitol and learn about the government and the history of Colorado, along with learning interesting facts about the architecture of the capitol. The building itself is worth looking at, and is built in a similar style to the

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