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Hot Summer Real Estate Market Cools

Wonder why your home didn’t sell in a weekend? Here’s a bit of info on the summer real estate market. If you take a look at the graph you’ll see that showing traffic in 2Q 2016 is down quite a bit from the First Quarter of the year. This is no surprise, it’s been the […]

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Dating in the Blogosphere

Let’s face it, courtship has never been easy. Where Victorian times had their parlors full of would be suitors perched on uncomfortable furniture with a maiden aunt breathing down their cravats, the 21st century has an app. Today’s dating game has replaced the calling card with a 240 character bio, a bathroom selfie and a […]

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What Do We Tell The Children?

With the past month’s headlines full of unspeakable violence, how do we talk to the children? In her Denver Post article, For families, conversation is evolving (12/09/2015), journalist Jenn Fields explores how parents are navigating the daily violence and the effect on their children. I find it particularly poignant as we head into the holiday […]

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Denver, City of Change

I’ve traveled a lot this year and each time I return to Denver, I see change. We are growing and changing at a rapid pace, ranked by Forbes as the Best Place for Business and Careers, with Colorado at #5 in Best States for Business, it doesn’t look like this is going to change anytime […]

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