1. The Hot Northern Colorado Market

    A lot goes into buying or selling a home, especially if you want to get the most of your money. 2019 is poised to be a banner year for real estate in Northern Colorado and it is critical that you put some thought into the condition of your home without putting it on the market. As powerful as the market is there is talk of a turnaround and if that is the case, you need to present your home in the …Read More

  2. 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

  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. 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

  5. Protect Your Investment

    A residential home inspection is more than just something to check off your list when you’re buying or selling a house. A home inspection is typically viewed as something to point out the major flaws in your house. However, by Colorado law a home inspection is not required before purchasing. Even more, home inspectors are not legally licensed by the state since Colorado does not offer anything o…Read More

  6. Top Rated Local Residential Home Inspector

    There’s something to be said about the way people talk about a business. With the help of the 21st century digital movement, people have mini pocket computers at the tips of their fingers at all times. With this comes the ability to quickly and frequently rate the places they visit. When a business performs well, they get great testimonials and referrals, and on the flip side when the business i…Read More

  7. Red Flags You Need To Know

    Many soon-to-be homeowners don’t realize how vital home inspections are. They don’t know that home inspections are meant to protect you from having to pay thousands of dollars out your pocket to fix a faulty home that you could have avoided, and they sometimes see a home inspector as just an extra cost that they don’t really need. If you’re reading this, know that our licensed home inspect…Read More

  8. Save Yourself From The Unknown

    If you’ve been following our previous blog posts, then you already know that we’ve been talking about our licensed home inspector and why it is necessary to always have one when purchasing a home. Buying a home is more than just a place where you will make memories for years to come, it is the place where you will stay safe from the elements, and it is an investment that could last a lifetime.…Read More