February 2017

Found 6 blog entries for February 2017.

1175 Walnut Street, Boulder | 303.443.9468

Friends of RE/MAX Alliance who mention this ad will receive $3 RE/MAX Marg, a 16oz Margarita made with fresh lime juice, Sauza 100% Blue Agave tequila, Patron Citronge orange liquor, and a splash of simple syrup - retail price $5.50. Offer expires March 31, 2017.

What is T/ACO?

Located in the heart of Downtown Boulder, CO, T/ACO is a fresh concept, focusing on fresh ingredients and great tastes. T/ACO promises to always feed you well, treat you right, and keep you craving more! The restaurant has gained quick popularity among Boulder residents looking for a great bite to eat.

The Food

Most importantly T/ACO offers its customers DELICIOUS food! From classics like chicken, steak, and fish, to new

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5747 Arapahoe Avenue Boulder | 303.442.8547

First-time Haglin clients who mention this ad will receive $25 off their first oil change service, 10% off repairs, and/or a complimentary vehicle health assessment. Offer expires March 31, 2017.

Why Haglin Automotive?

Haglin Automotive has been providing general auto repair in Boulder, CO since 1981. Regular maintenance and upkeep on your vehicle is important for your safety and to prevent costly repair bills. Haglin Automotive assures you will receive great care from their entire team. With highly skilled and well-trained technicians, Haglin is passionate about providing a positive experience to its customers.

Environmental Consciousness

Haglin Automotive is a member of the Boulder County

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FEBRUARY: MARKET INSIGHT, DEALS & EVENTS

Featured Listing: 715 Forest Ave, Boulder CO
$2,500,000 | 4 Beds | 2 Full/1 Three-Qtr/1 Half Bath| 4,083 Sq Ft
Listed by Zach Zeldner & Leyla Steele, RE/MAX Alliance on Walnut

Set on a south facing lot in the heart of Newlands, 715 Forest Avenue features high-end finishes throughout, a very functional family layout, and a great location in one of Boulder's most sought-after neighborhoods. The main floor features high ceilings, ash wood floors, abundant windows and gorgeous gourmet kitchen. On the second floor are 3 large bedrooms,

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What's New?

Life’s one constant? Change. Post-presidential inauguration people are asking “What’s next for the housing market?” Let’s take a look at the what’s happened so far and how experts expect housing markets to react in the next year.

Uncertainty

Much depends on what policies are put into place. For instance:

  • Higher tariffs could increase inflation, keeping interest rates low
  • Limiting migrant workers US entry could raise construction costs 
  • Isolationist policies may push investors into domestic real estate 

Interest Rates

The Fed announced a rate hike in December 2016 and forecasted three more in 2017. Rates are still very low, but every point matters. 

However, rate hikes are unlikely if the Fed sees a

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CU Boulder Conference World Affairs

What is the Conference on World Affairs?

The Conference on World Affairs, or CWA for short, is a weeklong event featuring 200 panels, and over 100 speakers and performers touching on a wide range of topics from international affairs to pop culture. A typical panel discussion consists of 3-6 panelist, half experts, half non-experts, who are given a broad topic and are free to take their own direction, offering unique perspectives.

How can you attend the Conference on World Affairs?

All events at the CWA are free and students, faculty, staff, locals, and individuals from all around the world are welcomed and encouraged to attend. The 2017 CWA will be held on April 10-14, with most events being held on CU Boulder’s campus.

How did the

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selling home with solar power

Solar powered energy is a popular source of clean energy that many homeowners are beginning to explore. But does solar increase or decrease the value of your home? The answer: it depends. There are a few key factors that can determine whether a solar power system will increase or decrease the home you are trying to buy or sell.

Buying vs Leasing

Solar is not cheap. Homeowners have the choice of purchasing a system outright, or entering into a leasing contract. If you choose to buy a system it can set you back $12,000-$20,000 which you may not see a full ROI once you sell the home. Another option is to lease a system, however typical contracts will lock you in for up to 15 years, making the transfer to a new homeowner tricky.

Electricity

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