Neighborhood Favorites—an award program hosted by Nextdoor—is an annual contest that gives locals…
Eighty-seven Realtor members of the South Metro Denver Realtor Association (SMDRA) have earned the highly regarded SMART designation recognizing the successful completion of stringent real estate courses or Continuing Education classes. The SMART designation sets real estate professionals apart from the mainstream and is regarded as a symbol of a designees’ dedication to the pursuit of higher standards, which is a key mission of SMDRA.
Carolyn Erickson, a leading REALTOR with NeXstep Real Estate Group, has been recognized by the South Metro Denver REALTOR® Association (SMDRA) with the 2018 Diamond Circle Club Award for Top Individual Residential Sales – Two Carat for 2018. SMDRA held its seventh annual Diamond Circle Awards celebration on Friday, April 12, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center.
Summit County regulates short-term vacation rentals (STRs) to address neighborhood impacts and life safety issues. Summit County’s regulations for STRs are applicable to properties within the unincorporated areas of Summit County.
In honor of Earth Day, DMAR is once again inviting the community to drop off unwanted electronics at any of its five locations in the Metro Denver area. This is a great way to responsibly recycle anything with a plug or battery!
When it comes to rafting the Arkansas River -Chuck Huggs at Acquired Tastes Rafting has the trip for you. Founded in 1986 Chuck and Judy Huggs founded Acquired Tastes Rafting with a goal to build a company based on providing a higher quality rafting experience. Chuck still guides and is still actively involved in the day-to-day operation of the company. Rafting is not just a business at Acquired Tastes – it is a lifestyle.
Very proud of NeXstep’s Gayor Geller and his continued success with Maddie’s Restaurant. This restaurant is a tribute to Gayor’s daughter, family, friends, neighbors, and neighborhood. Maddie’s has built a reputation on creating an enjoyable guest experience, in a fun-filled, friendly environment, with a menu composed of their house-crafted, freshly-prepared dishes.
The Denver Metro Association of REALTORS® (DMAR), an organization comprised of over 7,000 real estate professionals, hosted its annual Denver Metro REALTORS® Excellence Awards on March 8th at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center. The event, which celebrated its 41st iteration this year, recognized Denver-area’s top performers in residential real estate for 2018. Ryan was honored in the Individual Category As a Bronze Finalist for his work in 2018. The prestigious awards have a long tradition of honoring the determination, dedication and endless drive of REALTORS® in our community
The form of general warranty is actually dictated by the Colorado legislature at C.R.S. 38-30-115. In substance, it’s a transfer by the grantor that promises three things (1) that the grantor is the owner with full power to sell, (2) that the property is transferred free and clear of encumbrances (except those identified), and (3) that the grantor will defend title against anyone claiming an interest in the property. The third promise is what differentiates a general warranty deed from a special warranty deed.
The idea to dress in costume and be featured in listing photos is nothing new. Several real estate professionals have donned cheeky getups since news broke about a real estate pro that dressed in an inflatable T-Rex costume saw his listing photos go viral. If your not into costume characters to sell your home this winter here are some helpful suggestions by Lisa Kanov and our friends at First Alliance Title.