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Monthly Archives: April 2019

    Tips to Help Sell Your House This Spring

    By Steve Prescott | April 29, 2019

    Six Ways To Help Your Home Sell This Spring Most real estate agents agree: spring is the busiest home buying season. By May, most families have done their research, have visited open houses, and are ready to get serious about buying a home. When they do, they look at a variety of smaller but critical... Read More

    Balloon Ride Giveaway Enter by 4/29!

    By Steve Prescott | April 28, 2019

    Up, Up, and Away! RE/MAX Capitol Properties is giving away a free hot air balloon ride for one lucky person! Then, choose who you want to go with you for the balloon ride and an overnight stay in Steamboat, Colorado. Stephanie Prescott, Growth and Development Director, explains the giveaway in her video. RE/MAX Capitol Properties... Read More

    Protecting Your Kids and Pets

    By Stephanie Prescott | April 26, 2019

    National Kids and Pets Day is observed annually on April 26th. National Kids and Pets Day is both a day to celebrate the bonds children and pets can share and a day remember safety where our pets and children are concerned. There are many benefits of having a pet in a child’s life. From fostering... Read More

    King Soopers Shopping Center Wish-List

    By Stephanie Prescott | April 25, 2019

    We are curious about what will come to the King Soopers Shopping Center because of all the recent closures and relocation. Spooners recently closed, and so did the Union Wireless in the shopping center. The corner spot was Starbucks and this location relocated to the Dell Range Blvd. drive-thru. The whole eastern portion of the... Read More

    Love to Entertain? What To Look For In A Home!

    By Steve Prescott | April 24, 2019

    How To Find A Home For Entertaining? Some houses are just made for hosting events. If you plan to regularly entertain in your next home, here are some features you should look for. Curb appeal. Look for a home that makes a great first impression. Also, think about parking. Is there enough room for guests to... Read More

    Hanging Out the Laundry

    By Stephanie Prescott | April 19, 2019

    Each year on April 19, Project Laundry List works with hundreds of other organizations to sponsor National Hanging Out Day.  This day was set aside as a day to encourage communities to learn about the benefits, both financially and environmentally, of using a clothesline for drying laundry. According to Project Laundry Lists’ website, clothes dryers account for an astonishing... Read More

    Big Things Coming For Laramie County Abstract

    By Stephanie Prescott | April 18, 2019

    Big things are happening in Cheyenne WY and in our surrounding areas! Our friends at Laramie County Abstract and Title (LCA) are moving into a new location soon. Recently I asked them some questions on their history and future. Thanks for your time, Kristen! How long has LCA been in their current location?  Laramie County... Read More

    5 Tips To Help You Prepare To Host Easter Dinner

    By Stephanie Prescott | April 17, 2019

    There’s nothing quite like gathering your loved ones together and celebrating the holidays with good food and good company. However, hosting isn’t always easy and can transform what should be quality time with friends and family into a stressful nightmare. Fortunately, there are plenty of tasks you can cross off your to-do list before guests... Read More

    Spring Baby! It feels so good.

    By Steve Prescott | April 15, 2019

    Spring is finally here! I don’t know about you, but I love the change of the season. The season’s not the only thing changing according to the RE/MAX National Housing Report. Here are three things to take away from last month’s report. Home sales were down for the seventh consecutive month. They were down 4.2%... Read More

    Look What the Wind Blew In

    By Stephanie Prescott | April 12, 2019

    Observed each year in the United States on April 12th, National Big Wind Day commemorates the recording of the highest natural wind gust measured on the Earth’s surface.  On the afternoon of April 12, 1934, the Mount Washington Observatory recorded winds at 231 miles per hour. Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeastern United... Read More