1. Getting Your Home Ready to Sell

    The inevitable may happen at some point. You may have to sell that dream home that you have put so much time and effort (not to mention money) into getting it just right. Your home is much more than just where you hang your hat, as the old saying incorrectly stated. Maybe in the ‘50s when everyone wore hats, but not today. These days, a home is where you can access your WiFi, binge watch TV show…Read More

  2. The Demands of Rural Homes

    When it comes to the diversity of homes in Northern Colorado, it is easy to find what you want. Whether you are looking for a mid-century modern or a quaint victorian, the local housing market is generally happy to comply. Depending on the area in which you are buying a home, it is important to consider the utilities. We are blessed enough to live in a region where rural living is not out of reach…Read More

  3. Think Like An Investor

    Buying a house to become your new home is a very exciting experience. Your wife wants a big open kitchen with an island to serve brunch, and you want a garage where your tools can be neatly stored and accessed. Finding a house is a long and aggressive process. You want to find the perfect home without compromising price, space, or amenities. Keep in mind, however, that this is a large investment t…Read More

  4. Reasons To Downsize Your Home

    If you are younger, you are probably wondering why in the world you would ever want to downsize your home, but the older you get the more you will understand the value of owning a smaller home. One of the main reasons that people downsize into a smaller home is space. Many times, you have a large family and as your children grow up and move out of your home, you realize that you don’t really nee…Read More

  5. Fort Collins and Loveland, Colorado home inspection professionals!

    Reasons To Choose Northern Colorado

    Looking to move to Northern Colorado? The Loveland and Fort Collins area is one of the most popular places to live for a number of great reasons. These areas are always rated one of the top places to live. Whether you are looking for a place to retire and relax or a place to explore and grow, the Fort Collins/ Loveland area has something for everyone. If you love handcrafted beer, mountain trails,…Read More

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    How Do I Choose An Inspector?

    Be prepared for a shocking fact. Take a seat if you have to. Ok, here it goes. The state of Colorado does not require home inspectors to have a state license. That means anyone can pitch a home inspection sign and wander through your home without actually knowing how to properly check for faults. This is worrisome because there are no regulations requiring inspectors to check certain areas or foll…Read More

  7. Home Inspections During A Remodel

    A residential home inspection in Northern Colorado doesn’t have to be for a new home. You can (and should) get your home inspected if you are doing any remodeling. Having a home inspector on the project from the very beginning is beneficial to ensure quality work is happening along the way. If you wait until the very end of the remodel to hire an inspector and the inspector notices a large probl…Read More