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Posted on October 8, 2014 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

You might have been one of them, but maybe you were thinking of selling  your home or real estate property and the news headlines spooked you? Just like the small fan hidden at the bottom of those flapping ghosts popping up in yards across America, the news is fanned by winds of negative talk and ghoulish portends […]

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Baiting the hook and letting it fly – Joy in the River!

Posted on October 1, 2014 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Self employment is one of the most exhilarating, challenging and stress inducing positions I’ve held in my working career.  Don’t misunderstand, please.  I love selling real estate.  I love meeting new people and then being part of their getting something they really want and need.  There is a joy for me in helping others achieve […]

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Will Autumn Tumblers Set You Spinning?

Posted on September 24, 2014 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

The very best time to really enjoy the changing color of leaves is when they are still attached to tree branches.  Once those same leaves separate from the branches and litter the lawn, they just aren’t quite as beautiful.  And now they DEMAND your attention in the form of work; work to rake them, work […]

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How 1% affects you

Posted on September 17, 2014 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Why mortgage interest rates should interest you – even if you aren’t buying or selling real estate right now. If you are planning on selling a home and NOT purchasing another one, you might mistakenly come to the conclusion that changing mortgage interest rates aren’t a major consideration in your decision.  That would be a […]

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The value of a home in Adams County Colorado

Posted on September 10, 2014 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Thornton and Westminster Colorado enjoy lively transfer of real property year after year and 2014 is proving to be no exception.  Though market fluctuations continue with large scale patterning in the highs and lows, low inventories and up creeping sale prices-even marginally higher interest rates- have shown themselves no match for the many benefits of […]

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Beautiful Thornton Colorado in the Top 10!

Posted on September 3, 2014 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

I always knew Thornton Colorado was a great place to live, that’s why I live and work here!   Now, based on 17 different information metrics that encompass everything from median housing prices to the rent vs buy ratio’s, WalletHubs new report also highlights why so many others also choose Colorado and the great towns located […]

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Refreshing the home or staging for sale; a few quick tips!

Posted on August 26, 2014 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Any household with school age children in it has probably been much quieter this past week or so.  That would be because the kids have gone back to school.  Back to school ushers in a new season, and if you are anything like me, you may be looking around and thinking, “A little sprucing up […]

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On the way up on the way down in Real Estate

Posted on August 20, 2014 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

As the graph at the left shows, there has been a lot of movement in the real estate industry.  Up in this area at these certain times; down in those areas during the same time period.  Reading the signs of the market place in order to apply them to your situation has become one of […]

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Getting Schooled in Adams County Real Estate

Posted on August 14, 2014 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

On August 20th or the 21st depending on where you live in Adams County, our most precious possessions, our children, return to the classrooms abandoned with such joy last May.  Teachers have been busy preparing for several weeks and many families are preparing for the new school season by purchasing their new home in the school district […]

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What New Millenials are doing for housing

Posted on August 6, 2014 by Cindy Marlowe in Blog

Fully 36% of young adults (18-31 year olds) had moved back home and were living with Mom and Dad in 2012 according to a Pew Research poll.  This is the highest percentage seen in 40 years.  While lack of an adequate job market may have prompted the initial wave of change, boomerang kids as they’ve […]

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