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Tuesday, August 7, 2018

by Matt Rogers
Large Damaging Hail Storm in Colorado Springs and Fountain
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A Message from Our PresidentOnce again, Southwestern parts of Colorado Springs and areas in Security / Fountain / Widefield experienced another major hail storm yesterday. Hail size ranged from quarter to baseball. Unfortunately, this storm hit some of the same areas that were damaged during the storm in mid-June. The storm came in l...

Friday, August 3, 2018

by Matt Rogers
What Light Bulb is Best?
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What Light Bulb is Best?Lighting in our homes has changed as our technology changes. With several choices in light bulbs available on the market now, it's important to know what light bulb is best for you.Incandescent BulbsIncandescent bulbs are the traditional bulbs found in homes for years. These bulbs use electrical current to crea...

Sunday, July 15, 2018

by Matt Rogers
June 2018 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics
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June 2018 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics June 2018 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics: The price of a residential home in the Colorado Springs region is still climbing, now at a median price of almost $325,000. Since less people can afford that down payment, less homes (2,159) are on the market, and sell quickly (21 da...

Sunday, July 8, 2018

by Matt Rogers
10 strategies to stay cool without air conditioning
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10 strategies to stay cool without air conditioning[/caption] Summer in Colorado without air conditioning can be anything but cool. Most older homes in Colorado Springs were built without central air. So be strategic! Here are 10 strategies to stay cool without air conditioning.1. Water the bodyIn other words, stay hydrated. You’ll ...

Thursday, June 21, 2018

by Matt Rogers
Smart Homes 2018
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Colorado Springs Smart Homes 2018 Well it’s 2018, and we haven’t talked about Smart Homes for awhile. What’s new since we published Part 1 and Part 2 of our smart homes blogs? Let’s just say a lot! The Internet of Things continues to grow and specialize. After the initial influx of hooked-up items to come on t...

Thursday, June 7, 2018

by Matt Rogers
May 2018 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics
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"Our local real estate market seems to be speeding up and slowing down at the same time. We had 4% fewer homes sold this May, in comparison to last year. We also had an 11.7% Median Home Price increase over last year. Sales are slowing while home prices are still rising. As the market starts to heat up for Summer, there will be many multi...

Monday, May 28, 2018

by Matt Rogers
5 Reasons your First Home should be an Investment Home
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If you watch real estate, you’ve seen home prices hit record highs. Studies show that people born in the 80s are making less than they expected, may have student loans and a higher cost of living. By turning your first home into an investment property, you can combine the benefits of owning property to make money with the benefits o...

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

by Matt Rogers
April 2018 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics
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April 2018 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics: The price of a residential home in the Colorado Springs region is still climbing, now at $305,000. Since less people can afford that down payment, less homes are on the market, and sell quickly, there is more demand for Colorado Springs rentals. If you think it's too hard t...

Monday, April 30, 2018

by Matt Rogers
Is Self-Managing a Big Mistake for New Landlords?
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Making a Mistake That Won’t Go AwayIs self-managing a big mistake for new landlords? When you’re first learning about the landlord lifestyle and business, you’re bound to make mistakes. You’re human. But in this online world, your mistake may never go away. Online reviews and social posts are there forever, and you...

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

by Matt Rogers
Colorado Facing High Fire Warnings
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Colorado Facing High Fire Warnings: To begin with, I want to ensure everyone that we do NOT currently have fires threatening any of our managed homes. But we want to be ready for that possibility.DroughtWe’ve had an extremely dry winter, so we're already seeing high fire danger on a regular basis. In fact, we've had mor...

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