Author Archives: Barb Findlay

If You Were Selling Today, Would You Have the Home That Buyers Want?

December 10, 2013

Knowing what appeals to today’s homebuyers, and considering those trends when you remodel, can pay off years from now when you sell your home. Two new surveys about what homebuyers want have me feeling pretty smug about my own home… Read More »

Never tear down anything unless you are prepared to build something better in its place

December 9, 2013

Never tear down anything unless you are prepared to build something better in its place. This rule applies to both individuals and things. It’s easy to criticize other people thoughtlessly for their shortcomings, and equally easy to find fault in… Read More »

Open Your Heart to Gratitude

November 23, 2013

From My Brother Zig By Hall of Fame Speaker and Author Floyd Wickman It’s in this season where we focus on giving, on gratitude, on thanks and on the people around us that some of the lessons I learned from… Read More »

Buying a Home in the Winter

November 22, 2013

Buying a Home in the Winter By: Realtor.com Team Spring and summer are the high season for home sales, but winter can be a buyer’s market. If you don’t mind a smaller pool of homes for sale or moving around the… Read More »

Trader Joe’s coming to Colorado!

November 13, 2013

Now in Colorado you will be able to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a bottle of Two-Buck Chuck… since Trader Joe’s is coming to Denver. Trader Joe’s will open its first three stores in Colorado — all of them in the… Read More »

Colorado haunted houses, hay rides, spook walks,

October 11, 2013

Colorado haunted houses, hay rides, spook walks, – Barbara Findlay Realtor
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10 ways to winterize your home — now

October 8, 2013

You’ll get a season’s worth of savings and peace of mind by taking a few steps in the fall to get your home ready for cold weather. If you live in Colorado over  6,000 feet last week you might of… Read More »

6 Hot Spots for Retirees

August 30, 2013

6 Hot Spots for Retirees
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Colorado’s newest State Park

August 22, 2013

Staunton State Park From high grassy meadows at 8,100 feet to soaring granite cliffs over 10,000 feet, Staunton State Park’s varied geology, soils, water features, and climate support rare and unexpected plant communities and a rich diversity of wildlife and… Read More »

Foreclosure activity down 32% year over year

August 19, 2013

Foreclosure activity down 32% year over year

Foreclosure activity nationally is well below a year ago, but it’s still a problem in some states.
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