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4 Things You Must Do to Prep for a Successful Open House

When you decide to sell your house, you want the process to move as quickly as possible so that you can move forward. Holding an open house is a key step toward getting potential buyers in your home and making offers. But, you need to prepare for the open house and work with a realtor to ensure that it is successful.

1. Listen to Your Realtor

There is a reason that you’ve hired a realtor to sell your home. Their expertise and experience results in faster home sales for higher prices. A six percent commission is well worth the marketing and negotiating skills a realtor brings to your sale. So, when your realtor makes suggestions for your open house, it is in your best interests to follow

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Enjoying the First Steps in Your New Denver Home

Moving to Colorado could just be one of the best decisions you ever made. There are so many things to love; from skiing in the Rocky Mountains, summer mountaineering to Denver city life and crisp outdoor air. It’s no secret that at Kenna Real Estate we’re passionate about life in Colorado and when people move here from out of state we feel like we need to share with them the magic of the area as much as we can. That being said whether someone is moving down the road or across the country to live in Denver or other parts of Colorado we want to ensure their move is as seamless as possible.

We can Help take the stress out of your Move

Moving home can be a daunting prospect which is why we’ve put

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 Beverly Binder –

Decorating and Home Staging Skills with Kenna Real Estate

At Kenna Real Estate we are delighted to be working with Beverly Binder who is our expert in professional home staging and decorating. This service is just one of many that we offer to our real estate clients as well as those who may have newly moved to the area and are looking from some home décor inspiration. Beverly puts our client needs first and gives them 100% of her attention. Her skills in home staging and in home decorating are second to none and she utilizes her vast experience in this area to get the very best for your home.

Home staging is a fantastic way of being able to get the very best out of your home without any of the hassle of arranging everything

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How to Sell Your Denver Home

Selling your home quickly means you get to spend less time thinking about it and less time stressing about it. But it also means that you’ll likely get more money for it. The first two weeks are the prime time for sellers to grab buyers’ attention, so here’s how to take full advantage of that brief window and get your home sold quickly.

Refresh Your Landscaping

GIve your lawn a little manicuring before you pound in the sale sign. In addition to mowing the lawn and pruning back unruly bushes, try planting a couple of new trees or shrubs to frame the front door or walkway. Do away with excess grass slowly spreading beyond its bounds by edging your sidewalks and driveway. An investment of as little as $400 in improving

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Reverse Mortgages to Buy a Denver Area Home


For seniors hoping to purchase a Denver area home, a reverse mortgage could well provide the ideal solution. Securing a reverse mortgage for purchase is the ideal way for Denver based seniors to fund the move into the property they need for their aging years without dipping into their existing equity or taking on additional loans that they simply can’t afford.

The most common way that seniors choose to use a reverse mortgage is simply to enable them to remain in their existing home. The equity that the reverse mortgage releases is then used to cover the expenses so common amongst the elderly, such as home modifications, medical expenses, and the cost of in-home care. However if your existing home is

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The Ultimate Guide to Buying your Very First Denver Home

Buying you first home is one of the biggest and most exciting things that you can ever chose to undertake, but it is also one of the most stressful and daunting processes you can embark on too. The process involved in buying real estate can seem so complicated that it’s hard to know where to start. With that in mind, here is the ultimate guide to the process involved in buying your very first home.

first home

Save a deposit

The first step you need to take before you can even begin searching for your dream home is to save a deposit. There are a myriad of advantages to having a sizeable deposit in place before you try to buy Denver real estate, but bear in mind that the minimum deposit required by

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How to Use a Reverse Mortgage to Buy a Second Home?

Reverse mortgages are relatively new products, but they have huge benefits, particularly for individuals who are hoping to purchase a second home in Colorado. The loan you receive against your first home when you choose to use a reverse mortgage can be used to purchase a second home: effectively, you are releasing the equity from one property to enable the purchase of another.

What is a Reverse Mortgage?

A reverse mortgage is a mortgage type that enables a homeowner to borrow money against the value of his or her home. Typically targeted at seniors, when you take out a reverse mortgage, no repayment of the mortgage is required until either the borrower dies or the home is sold. When you

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15 Things to get Rid of Before Moving

You never realize how much stuff you have until you have to move. Once you start to pack up everything you realize just how much stuff you have acquired over the years. Yikes, right? You need to get rid of some stuff ASAP.

But what do you get rid of? Where do you even start?

I promise you, it isn’t that hard. To get this ball rolling, here are 16 things you can get rid of right now so you don’t have to worry about packing them.

15 Things to get rid of before Moving

1) Clothes:

I know for a fact that you don’t wear every single thing that is in your closet, don’t even try to lie to me. Don’t move ANYTHING you don’t need. Clean out your closet and only bring what you like (and actually wear) to

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Roof Questions

Several questions need to be answered when determining the approximate lifespan of a roof that has been correctly installed. To start, one must examine the type of a roof. Whether the roof is sloped or flat, it has two basic elements: the roof deck and the wood planks, plywood, or oriented strand board, otherwise known as particle board. These elements are usually used in residential construction and have a weather-resistance or waterproof finish. A sloped roof can be finished with asphalt composite shingles, wood shingles/shakes, clay tiles, metal, or slate tiles. A flat roof's membrane typically includes several layers or plies of felt with a coat of tar between each ply.

Different types of roofs

The surface of the roof

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You Will Feel Right At Home In This Classic Two Story Home In Weatherstone Perfectly Updated & Filled With Upgraded Features.  This home is Classy and perfect with 4 bedrooms upstairs all with a bathroom attached to each bedroom. Six bedrooms total. There is a bedroom and bathroom on the main Level with a Bathroom attached, this room can also make the perfect home office. The basemant also bosts a full finished basement with 3/4 bathroom and bedroom, It has a kitchen like area and a media room or home theatre, So YOU GET 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms and a home theatre, family room with fireplace, formal living and dining rooms. gourmet

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