Skip To Content

Monthly Archives: August 2020

    Moving While Social Distancing

    By Steve Prescott | August 31, 2020

    Summer is one of the most popular times to move, but how do you gather your friends, family, or hired movers together safely while practicing safe social distancing? Whoever you recruit to help move your belongings from point a to point b, here are some tips to help you and your family stay safe. Provide... Read More

    What’s a Gift Letter?

    By Steve Prescott | August 28, 2020

    Buying a house can involve a lot of upfront expenses. It can be hard to save up enough cash to cover inspections, closing costs, and down payments all on your own, especially while paying other expenses such as rent, student loans, and car payments. It’s not uncommon for loved ones to offer to help ease... Read More

    Transparent Sellers Pays Dividends

    By Stephanie Prescott | August 26, 2020

    Buyers notice roof leaks. They also see the stained carpet, broken doorknobs, and damaged flooring. Buyers and Buyer Agents are looking at your home with a critical eye because they want to make sure the house is well-suited for their lifestyle and budget. If a significant problem with your home comes up during the inspections,... Read More

    Are you ready to sell your home?

    By Stephanie Prescott | August 24, 2020

    Deciding to move and sell your house can be a challenging one. You may need more space, or perhaps it is time to downsize. Other reasons to move may be related to employment relocation. No matter the reasoning for your move, sellers have to be positioned to sell. This requires a fiscal preparedness. Here are... Read More

    Selling my home fast

    By Stephanie Prescott | August 21, 2020

    In the current housing market, homes are going quickly. Especially if they are in the pricing sweet spot of $200,000 to $350,000 for buyers who are looking, households that exceed $350,000 may take a little longer. Our current average number of days on the market in Laramie County is less than a month. There are... Read More

    Unspoken downfalls of pricing your home wrongly

    By Stephanie Prescott | August 19, 2020

    Pricing of a home is crucial when trying to sell. There are a variety of unspoken downfalls when the incorrect price is selected for selling your home. Homes in this current market are a hot commodity. The natural demand may inflate the pricing of homes because there are not enough homes on the market listed.... Read More

    Military Brings Growth to Cheyenne

    By Steve Prescott | August 17, 2020

    Did you know that FE Warren Air Force Base is alert 24/7? Why? Because they manage 150+ missiles in various missile fields around the greater Cheyenne region. These missiles were first commissioned in the 1960s, and are just now being upgraded. Northrop Grumman will be upgrading the system and construction is projected to begin in... Read More

    First Time Home Buyer Vocab Cheat Sheet

    By Steve Prescott | August 14, 2020

    How do I know what my lender is talking about? Does real estate vocabulary leave you wondering? Check out this cheat sheet for First Time Home Buyers terms to make it easier for you! Pre-approval: An evaluation by a lender that determines whether the borrower qualifies for a loan and the maximum amount that is... Read More

    Homes for Heroes Expands in Cheyenne

    By Stephanie Prescott | August 10, 2020

    Homes for Heroes has been a program facilitated and run by Amber Johnson and with additional demand, she proudly introduces the addition of Christine Goodman. Amber was inspired to be a part of the Homes for Heroes program because of one of her high school teachers.  Amber used the encouragement from her teacher to get... Read More

    Four RE/MAX Capitol Properties Agents Recognized Statewide for Great Social Media

    By Stephanie Prescott | August 7, 2020

    Social Media is where folks get their news, stay up on the latest family and friend happenings, and, in some cases, share that fantastic meal because if there is no photo captured, folks won’t believe how good a chef you have become!  Well, maybe that is more of how we use our social media personally.... Read More