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Monthly Archives: July 2022

    How’s the Market?

    By Steve Prescott | July 29, 2022

    When we are asked, “how’s the market?” it’s a long answer. It’s complicated. There has been a noticeable shift, but why exactly are things changing, and what does that mean for you as a buyer or seller? The primary reason why things are changing boils down to inflation. Inflation happens when the supply and demand... Read More

    Changes to Home Values

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 27, 2022

    There’s a delicate balance between getting the best price for your home and achieving a fast home sale. How much you ask for your home when it first hits the market can be the difference between selling fast for a great price and missing out on motivated buyers.  The current market is a bit unconventional,... Read More

    We love summer and reading!

    By Steve Prescott | July 22, 2022

    Reading has been a way for Stephanie Prescott to connect with her kiddos. RE/MAX Capitol Properties is proud to be the presenting sponsor of the “Ocean of Possibilities” Summer Reading Challenge conducted by the Laramie County Library. The challenge is a fun way to spend time with your family and friends. She loved riding her... Read More

    Beat Inflation and Rising Interest Rates

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 20, 2022

    The average home price in Laramie County is $400k. This is a higher cost for homes than what we are used to. While it is swayed by new construction costs here in Laramie County, it is something we all need to prepare for. Interest rates are rising. We were worried when they got to 5%... Read More

    Earn Prizes By Reading

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 18, 2022

    June first was the start of the Laramie County Library Summer Reading Challenge, but you can sign up at any time! To participate there are signup instructions on the Laramie County Library Foundation website, and it doesn’t require having to go into the library. You can do it online! You simply create or log into... Read More

    Kindness Exceeds All Expectations

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 15, 2022

    At RE/MAX Capitol Properties, we love to see our agents getting involved in the community and taking action to help others. One of our agents, Austin Coward, with the Riedel Real Estate Team, has been a driving force behind raising funds for the Cheyenne Animal Shelter. As you may have heard, this has been a... Read More

    RE/MEET RE/MAX: National Network, Local Flair

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 13, 2022

    RE/MAX Capitol Properties has proudly been part of the RE/MAX National.  The RE/MAX National brand is highly well known worldwide. As an International real estate brokerage franchise, they have successfully created a strong network of real estate professionals worldwide. It is also what makes our firm so unique. We can have agents work at our... Read More

    How is your Summer Reading?

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 11, 2022

    Summer reading is an “Ocean of Possibilities.” Carey Harman is the Director of the Laramie County Library System and is inviting you all to join the Summer Reading Challenge. It is a fun way to read and enjoy it with your family and friends. This year they are hosting an array of fun events too.... Read More

    RE/MEET RE/MAX: Family Oriented

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 8, 2022

    RE/MAX Capitol Properties is family owned and operated. We pride ourselves on bringing our family values into the business as well. There are a few ways we accomplish this. One way we do this through upholding our RE/MAX values. We believe in caring for our people and that is not just our agents but our... Read More

    Let Freedom Ring with LGM-35A

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 6, 2022

    We hope you enjoyed your Fourth of July Holiday this year!  July 4th is a memorable holiday for our community because we have such an incredibly close tie with the military. Laramie County and the City of Cheyenne were founded the same year the military base took roots near Crow Creek. Over time our Military... Read More