While we only have a few days left working from home in Colorado, you may have been thinking of ways to improve your home office for future use and design! Here are just a few of our easiest tips and tricks to help make your workspace a fun-space too!
Add any low maintenance plant or greenery to your desk, side table or cabinet shelf. We personally love orchids, succulents, a snake plant or a fiddle leaf fig tree just to name a few.
Try to remove any unnecessary items from the top of your desk. It’s easy to let that area get cluttered with dozens of pens, many photos in frames, office supplies, etc. To combat this constant issue, create a pen holder cup from anything in the kitchen cabinet such as a mason jar or a stein that brings back fun memories. If you like to keep pictures or other display items on your desk, hang them on the wall instead. This will leave your desk space for only work-related items. And finally, invest in a file cabinet or file folders. Although this sounds extremely basic, believe it or not, many people do not have their own pencil cup holders or file cabinets in their homes!
Treat yourself (and your productivity) and purchase a new lamp that catches your eye and acts a statement piece or bring some awareness to the natural light possibilities in the room. This can be done by installing new window treatments to dress up the windows or moving your desk to the...
Coronavirus, Stay-at-Home Order and Real Estate: Your Questions Answered
In these unprecedented times, we know many Denver real estate buyers and sellers are wondering what to do. The Neir Team is here to answer your questions based on policies and procedures developed by Kentwood City Properties. Below are some of the most common inquiries received by The Neir Team. If your question is not on this list, please give us a call (phone numbers below).
What does this mean for my current listing?
Your home is still posted on our various online channels and the MLS. Buyers typically first learn of a home online. The Neir Team clients benefit from our extensive digital marketing expertise -- we will make sure yours stands out among the rest.
The Neir Team, as well as most Denver real estate agents, are working virtually. While this is something required by the stay-at-home order, The Neir Team has worked on many transactions virtually including when buyers have been out of state, or even the country.
What does this mean for my current home search?
MLS listings across the region will continue to appear on traditional online sources.
The Neir Team will continue our extensive networking – virtually of course – that helps us learn about homes for sale before they are posted, so our Denver real estate clients have opportunities be among the first to learn about a new listing.
Physical viewings of properties will be limited in accordance with Colorado’s stay-at-home order, which overrides Denver’s original guidance to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. However, The Neir Team will be able to work with other Denver Realtors...