While there are many reasons for folks to move to Colorado Springs (think clean air, good water, friendly people, great school districts) one of the things Springs residents love about our area is the incredible views of the Rocky Mountains. I have conversations regularly both with people who live here and with those who have visited here and ...Read more
Not having the right mindset can make your search for a home to buy really frustrating. Sometimes you get lucky and you find the perfect home and have the perfect negotiation and you find yourself sitting in your new home in a matter of weeks. However, that's not always the case, and if you're not prepared for some setbacks and disappoi ...Read more
As a city older than 100 years, there is a section of town with Victorian Style Homes For Sale in Colorado Springs Colorado. Perhaps a little history of the City would be helpful though: While the area’s first inhabitants were American Indians, with the Louisiana Purchase more Anglo-American explorers and settlers began to venture west. ...Read more
In talking with first-time potential home buyers, I find there are a lot of misconceptions about what home buying involves and what benefits home ownership offers so I thought I'd address them in an easy-to-understand way. One of the things renters tell me is that buying a house seems like a big committment to them. My response is alway ...Read more
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