Posted by Neir Team on Monday, January 27, 2020 at 11:19 AMBy Neir Team / January 27, 2020Comment
With Denver Public Schools closed for the day, this Valentine’s Day offers a special opportunity to spend quality time with all your sweethearts. We searched for the best day trips (or weekend trips if your prefer) in Colorado that the entire family will LOVE.
Need to stay local? We’ve got some ideas for that too.
What to Do in Colorado With The Family on Valentine's Day - Road Trip
Loveland is the capitol of Colorado on Valentine’s Day. Soak it all in at their second annual Loveland Sweetheart Festival, themed “Love, Locks and Light.” Bonus – The festival continues on Saturday, February 15.
Head south to the gorgeous Garden of the Gods. A great place to visit any day, on Valentine’s Day Garden of the Gods is having a “kissing camels” coloring session. Reservations required.
Steamboat Springs is having a “Light the Night Celebration.” It actually has nothing to do with Valentine’s Day, but hot air balloon glows are always loved by all! Likewise, the Ice Castle in Dillion is also sure to please.
Posted by Neir Team on Friday, January 24, 2020 at 6:58 AMBy Neir Team / January 24, 2020Comment
Ever wanted to own one of San Francisco’s Painted Ladies? You can! For $2.75 million and the budget and patience to do a complete overhaul.
Or, you can own a brand-new home inspired by the Painted Ladies, right here in Denver’s Central Park Neighborhood. But, they are selling quickly so if you are interested, schedule a tour today with The Neir Team (Stacy Neir, Alex Neir, and Laura Fuller). We have specialized in Central Park real estate dating back to development of Central Park’s first neighborhood.
Parkwood Homes describes their Painted Ladies Collection in Central Park, Denver as a way to “rediscover the timeless charm of their Golden Gate sisters while drawing inspiration from the best of Denver's historic neighborhoods.”
In addition to an open floorplan, top finishes and options for a three-car garage, Parkwood Painted Ladies offer lots of indoor/outdoor living space, which is becoming very desirable in Denver real estate.
You can read more about Parkwood Homes Painted Ladies in Central Park Denver here.
We look forward to helping you purchase a home sure to be as popular as those beauties along San Francisco’s “postcard row.”
~The Neir Team Stacy Neir, Alex Neir and Laura Fuller
Posted by Alex Neir on Monday, January 13, 2020 at 3:00 PMBy Alex Neir / January 13, 2020Comment
Q4 2019 Denver Real Estate Market Update.
Hey everybody, I’ve got your Q4 2019 Denver real estate market update. How did 2019 compare to previous years? Also, strategies and predictions for what’s going to happen in 2020.
We’re talking about the Denver real estate market today. First of all huge shout out to Megan Aller with first American title. She is the amazing statistician that has compiled all of this data and made it actionable for us.
Four things I want to cover today.
Number 1: let’s check in on the inventory in our market as it’s the huge driver for the price appreciation that we continue to see.
Number two: For 2020 when does the Denver real estate market pick up?
Number three: Heading into 2020 when is the best time to buy and when is the best time to sell.
And number four: I want to give you some insight on what to watch for going into 2020 that will have an impact on affordability.
All of the information and presenting today is specific to detached single-family product. If you would like the same information on the attached product please get in touch and I can get you that for you.
Here is the inventory graph for the greater metro area of Denver from 2005 through 2019. As you can see the market has...
Posted by Neir Team on Sunday, January 12, 2020 at 1:36 PMBy Neir Team / January 12, 2020Comment
The holidays have passed and the decorations are packed up until next year. Now everything around the home is back to normal. But why not take it a step beyond normal. Get motivated by January being “National Get Organized Month” and vow to do at least one organization project.
While it may take some time upfront, organizing projects usually pay off by making things more efficient once the project is done. For example, spend 30 minutes organizing your tools now and avoid spending 30 minutes searching for the right screwdriver the next time you need one.
Getting organized now is especially important if you are planning to list your home for spring selling season!
Where to start? We usually find it is easiest to take one area at a time. Below is our list. Pick one, roll up your sleeves and dig in. (Tip: Try listening to an audio book while you work. You’ll be entertained and productive!)
Kitchen Home Organization In the rush to make fantastic holiday meals and batch after batch of cookies, often we shove pots and pans anywhere we can. Take the time now to organize your items by type and size (so they stack) and make sure lids to pots are easily accessible.
Look below your sink. Are there cleaners that can be consolidated, discarded or refilled? If you have trash or recycling under the sink, did any items miss the receptacle and end up in the vey far reaches of your space? Looking under the sink is also a good way to make sure there are no leaks or other issues lurking below.
With food storage, check to make sure you don’t have expired products. If you have a deep pantry, consider rollout shelves so cans and other products won’t get lost and therefore wasted.
Home Office Organization It is amazing how quickly...