January 2017

Found 3 blog entries for January 2017.

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JANUARY: MARKET INSIGHT, DEALS & EVENTS

Featured Listing: 8812 Lakeside Ct, Boulder
$2,500,000 | 5 Beds | 2 Full/3 Three-Qtr/1 Half Baths | 5,614 sqft
Listed by Thomas Precourt RE/MAX Alliance on Walnut

The "Modern Farm House" sits on a spectacular rural lot in East Boulder with incredible views of the Flatirons over the lake! Essentially new construction with tasteful modern/contemporary finishes from top to bottom. Gorgeous vaulted gourmet kitchen with large island, walk-in pantry and high-end appliances. Master suite with fireplace and a luxury bath with steam

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The idea of having a consistent cash flow coming in each month can be a tempting offer when considering buying a rental property. This venture comes with its ups and downs, and it is important to be aware of all aspects before diving in.

The Benefits of Owning a Rental Property- Do’s

Do The Calculations! It is critical when looking into potential rental properties that you carefully calculate your current finances as well as those down the road. Be sure to take into account the necessary amount of start-up capital, including the cost to update or repair the property. No estimation will be perfect, but utilizing the most accurate current data will help. If you are in doubt or unclear on exactly how to calculate the finances of your property,

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Kids skiing in Colorado

I was a ski instructor for 7 years. It wasn’t until my oldest were 6 and my youngest was 3 that we really got skiing as a family. It’s a financial investment for sure but it is my favorite thing to do as a family so it’s totally worth it. Living in Colorado gives us the opportunity to do things on the weekends other people save all year to do for one week.

Shredder

By far the hardest part of skiing with kids is the cold, so why not ditch it? Shredder is a local indoor ski hill (think wet AstroTurf) that provides learn-to-ski classes for kids and adults. You can bring your own skis or rent there. At Shredder, new skiers learn how to put on equipment, turn, stop, and use the chairlift. All this without paying for a lift ticket, driving through the

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