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    10 Ways to Celebrate Moms in Greeley, CO

    By Admin | April 23, 2024

    In 1908 a daughter wanted a day to honor mothers and all the sacrifices they make for their children. And so, Mother’s Day was born. I think we can agree, one day is not enough for all mothers, in all forms, do. But for this one very special day, let’s run through the local places... Read More

    Top 5 Favorite Local Cocktail Bars in Greeley Colorado

    By Admin | April 18, 2024

    Picture this – it’s Friday night, the work week is over, you want to go somewhere fun to unwind with friends or family to kick start the weekend. But where to go? Well, let us tell you about our top five favorite places in Greeley to get a cocktail. After Hours: 4111 Center Place Drive... Read More

    2023 Colorado FREE Days

    By Admin | May 23, 2023

    Are you looking to get out of town for the day? Check out this quick list of Colorado FREE days at some of our state’s most popular destinations! Denver Botanic Gardens1007 York St., June 15July 15Aug. 17Nov. 18Dec. 7 National Aug. 4Sept. 23Nov. 11 Children’s Museum Joy Park4:30-8 p.m.2121 Children’s Museum Dr., Read More

    10 Things to Do During the Holidays in Northern Colorado

    By Admin | November 28, 2022

    Northern Colorado has a wide variety of holiday activites that you do not want to miss. Whether you are local to our area or having guests in this holiday season, you’ll enjoy the many things to do in Northern Colorado. Here are just a few to get you started: Now-Jan 1 Winter Wonderlights ,Chapungu Sculpture... Read More

    Building A New Home Part 4

    By Admin | November 28, 2022

    Step four- The Build. The first weeks of actual build time are the most excruciating. It seems like NOTHING is happening. Plans are submitted to the city, permits are pulled and finally after an eternity of waiting, the hole is dug. Once your foundation hole is dug, a foundation crew will put up forms and... Read More

    Building A New Home Part 3

    By Admin | November 21, 2022

    In my opinion, now is the fun part! Step Three- Choose your upgrades and finishes! During this process you will either go to an on-site design center or be led to a design center where you can see all of the product options. Most commonly there are design board options that helps streamline the process.... Read More

    Building A New Home Part 2

    By Admin | November 14, 2022

    Continuing our series on New Construction and the steps in the new construction building process:Step 2: Once you have selected your builder you will choose which lot you would like (some come with additional premiums, so beware), you will choose a floorplan (some lots have limitations on which floorplan they can hold) and will be... Read More

    Building a New Home: A Series

    By Admin | November 2, 2022

    In recent years the housing market in Northern Colorado has had many prospective home buyers turning towards new construction in an attempt to remove themselves from the competitive environment encapsulating pre-owned homes. From bidding wars and appraisal gaps to split-second decisions; home buyers of all types were aghast at what they had to do to... Read More

    Shouldn’t I just price my home high, and see what happens?

    By Admin | May 23, 2022

    Shouldn’t I just price my home high, and see what happens? Sellers frequently ask: Does it makes sense to price my home higher than market value and plan on negotiating down? Even though this is a strong sellers’ market, I advise against this approach for a few reasons. Buyers know this is a competitive market,... Read More

    Record Retention Guidelines

    By Admin | March 30, 2022

    Record Retention Guidelines This blog post is a general guideline for the retention of many types of records. Specific retention periods should take into account industry requirements and contractual obligations. Record Retention Guidelines for Businesses Accident reports and claims (settled cases): 7 YEARS Accounts payable ledgers and schedules: 7 YEARS Accounts receivable ledgers and schedules,... Read More