26

Dec
2011
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Homeowner Resources

New Year’s Party… With a Twist

For many of us, spending New Year’s Eve in the comfort of our own home sounds far more appealing than going out and facing the crowds. But how do you keep auld lang syne from feeling same-old, same-old? In fact, there are many creative ways you can transform an annual occasion into an evening to …

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13

Dec
2011
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For buyers

What to Expect When Building a New Home

Building a new home can be one of life’s most rewarding experiences, but can also be a time filled with questions. From breaking ground to moving in and getting settled, make sure you choose a builder willing to provide personal care every step of the way. It’s important that you walk away with both a …

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09

Dec
2011
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Homeowner Resources

Easy Dinners: Barbecue Black Bean Chili

As the weather turns cold and the holidays approach, it seems that just when you need comfort food most, there’s no time to fix it. Relax! You can still enjoy a flavorful meal at the end of your busy day with this easy dinner recipe by GE®. In just 20 minutes, you could be serving …

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05

Dec
2011
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Local Homebuying

Best Places to Live: Fort Collins, CO

Year after year, Fort Collins, Colorado appears on Money magazine’s list of “Best Places to Live,” and it’s not hard to see why. Twenty-nine miles of hiking and biking trails along the scenic front range of the Rocky Mountains, a quaint Old Town historic district with dozens of restaurants and shops, a growing microbrew community, …

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21

Nov
2011
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For buyers

4 Things to Look for in a Real Estate Agent

1. Listening skills. It’s no accident that listening skills top this list! Effective communication is key to the buyer/agent relationship and listening is at least half of that equation. You need to find a real estate agent who pays attention to your wants and needs and customizes your home search to suit your wish list. …

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