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Colorado was one of the first states to begin reopening, despite the strict lockdowns that were placed on the Denver Metro Area during mid-March to April. While the state is allowing many businesses to operate under strict guidelines—one ski area included—we’re still a far way away from returning to normalcy. 

Real estate in the area has been moving along despite the pandemic, and a lot of it has to do with the fact that we’re able to use tools to sell virtually. This goes from finding an agent, to creating a listing, and even to showing your home. The experts at Kenna Real Estate in Denver have put together some tips for selling your home virtually. 

Find an agent and make a plan

Finding a good real estate agent is more important than ever.

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Covid -19 COVID-19 Tips for Managing Home Improvement Project

 

COVID-19 and the nationwide lockdown it’s inspired has definitely thrown a wrench into the home improvement plans of many homeowners. Now that states are beginning to relax restrictions, though, how can you keep yourself and your family safe while still making progress on your projects?

Keep in Touch with Professionals

Keep in Touch With Professionals

Many construction companies have remained open throughout this crisis, as the building and maintaining of key infrastructure is essential. Most have closed to residential clients, though, and once they allow homeowners to book their services again, the wait is likely to be astronomical.

The best thing you can do if you’re planning to start or finish a large scale project is to reserve a professional’s time now. Ask

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An investment property refers to a real estate property bought to earn a return either through rental income, the future resale of the property, or both. Unlike a lot of things, buying an investment property is a long term investment that needs a lot of long term thinking and planning.

It implies that making a mistake during the purchase of an investment property can be quite fatal and cost a lot in both money and time when trying to fix it. We advise that you shouldn’t make mistakes and if you must, not to make expensive mistakes. We would be showing you things you should worry about, including outdoor motion sensor light most new homeowners want in their houses.

So, here are five questions you should consider before making down payment for an

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 Do you want to buy an investment property?

Are you wondering whether or not investment property is a profitable enterprise? Well, we have good news for you. This article has answers to all the questions you have. It will allay your fears and quell all your doubts about investment properties. 

investment property

An investment property refers to a real estate property bought to earn a return either through rental income, the future resale of the property, or both. Unlike a lot of things, buying an investment property is a long term investment that needs a lot of long term thinking and planning.

It implies that making a mistake during the purchase of an investment property can be quite fatal and cost a lot in both money and time when trying to fix it. We advise

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Interest rates went down

Weekly Mortgage Report - March 6, 2020

  • Mortgage rates decreased .19% over the course of the week and are now .81% lower than they were at the beginning of the year.

  • Thanks to historically low rates, purchase mortgage activity continues to ramp up in an inventory-starved housing market. All signs point to mortgage demand remaining stronger than the previous year. Per the Freddie Mac Primary Mortgage Market Survey, “… mortgage applications increased 10 percent last week from one year ago and show no signs of slowing down. Given these strong indicators in rates and sales, as well as recent increases in new construction, it’s
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 Tempered Glass Denver

When you need to replace the broken glass of your coffee table at home. Alternatively, you need to install glass interior walls at your new office. It makes a significant difference if you know how a custom cut tempered glass differs from a regular glass.

Why select custom cut tempered glass sheets when other choices are available?

Before we delve into all geeky details, the chief difference between custom cut tempered glass sheets and regular glass lies in their manufacturing. Tempered glass is at least 6 times stronger than standard glass. This makes it resistant to impacts. Chemical methods or controlled thermal treatments enhance their toughness. The outer surface undergoes compression while the interior surface undergoes tension. This

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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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invest in off the plan apartments

Real estate investing can be a great source of passive income. Once you’re able to successfully house the most responsible tenants from your area, you’ll be able to earn a profit long-term. If you want to invest in the real estate industry with minimal risks, consider investing in an off the plan apartment. An off the plan apartment can provide several benefits that you can’t experience from other types of properties.

An off the plan apartment is buying a property before it is built. During the time of your purchase, the physical structure of the property doesn’t exist yet; you are only paying for its plan. To paint a clearer picture of what an off plan apartment is, take note of the following points:

An Off The Plan Apartment Has Lower Purchase

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 Denver Homes

With a recent survey showing that new homeowners spend more than they anticipate during the first year of owning their new home on things like emergency repairs and improvements, it’s safe to say that money-saving tactics should be used whenever possible. Luckily, when it comes to making your new house in Denver feel more like a home, there are plenty of ways to do so without breaking the bank.

Personal touches

Turning your new house into a home doesn’t have to be difficult - in fact, adding personal touches is a simple and easy way to do so without spending much money at all. While you can paint the rooms and change the flooring to your liking, one of the best ways to cut costs on decorating is to decorate with personal effects, such as any

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