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    Practical Tips on Moving and Setting Up a Home-Based Business in Cheyenne

    By Stephanie Prescott | April 27, 2022

    Starting a home business may sound like a dream, but you’ll need to put in hard work to reap any rewards.  Starting a home business may sound like a dream, but you should know that it can be more difficult than you may expect. One of the biggest challenges of working from home is finding... Read More

    Help Your Parents Age Gracefully: Tips for Finding Senior Care

    By Stephanie Prescott | March 9, 2022

    Trying to find a nursing home or assisted living facility where your parents can thrive is a daunting task. You know that you need to practice due diligence, but how can you be sure you’re on the right track? How do you guarantee that your loved ones won’t have their health and happiness compromised? Before... Read More

    Homeownership Strongly Linked To Wealth Building

    By Stephanie Prescott | February 11, 2022

    They say home is where your heart is, but did you know it’s also where your wealth is? According to the 2019 Survey of Consumer Finances, the median homeowner has 40 times the household wealth of a renter. With most of their wealth coming from housing, it was not only median-income earners, but homeowners are... Read More

    SOLD on our Real Estate Market

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 11, 2021

    Steve Prescott is the owner and managing broker at our agency, RE/MAX Capitol Properties. He has been hearing many different things in the marketplace and wanted to provide folks with insights about the real estate market. To do this, he looked at Jan-May of 2020 and compared it to the same months in 2021. Right... Read More

    Why Use An Agent to Sell Your Home – Time

    By Steve Prescott | February 27, 2021

    Do you have enough time and desire to FSBO your home? It takes time and effort to sell a home. Your first step should be to decide how much time and effort you are willing to spend on selling your home. A home is typically your largest asset. To do things properly you’d need to... Read More

    The Best Resources For Settling Into Cheyenne

    By Steve Prescott | December 7, 2020

      Thank you to guest blogger Clara Beaufort of for sharing her article with us. If you are considering a move to Cheyenne, Wyoming or have recently moved to our area, check out these helpful tips to make settling in easier! Welcome to Cheyenne, WY! Life here is a peaceful one deeply rooted in love... Read More

    June Market Update

    By Steve Prescott | July 28, 2020

    Home Sales Post Near-Record Turnaround Despite Inventory Constraints RE/MAX, LLC announced today June home sales posted a near-record 37% gain over a pandemic-impacted May while Months Supply of Inventory dropped below two months for the first time in the report’s 12-year history. Overall, U.S. home sales returned to near seasonal levels – just 6.9% lower... Read More

    Why COVID-19 Is Making it Harder to Get or Refinance a Mortgage

    By Stephanie Prescott | July 12, 2020

    Mortgage rates are some of the lowest ever seen, but many buyers are having trouble accessing them due to the current difficulty getting a mortgage. Homeowners are also having a hard time gaining approval to refinance their homes, leaving many in a tight spot. The rising unemployment rate due to the shelter in place orders... Read More

    Coronavirus pushed mortgage rates lower

    By Steve Prescott | May 1, 2020

    The Federal Reserve implemented two emergency interest rate cuts since the coronavirus outbreak, bringing the yield on Treasury bonds to almost zero percent. We point this out because the stock market crash can have an effect on interest rates as well. When investors start thinking the stock market is too risky, like what is already... Read More

    Give us ideas on how to virtually serve you?

    By Stephanie Prescott | April 29, 2020

    What has been the most amazing aspect of the drastic lifestyle changes required by the COVID19 outbreak is the shift to going virtual. We have witnessed service-based businesses like restaurants, construction, and so much more pivot to continue their service of customers but also work within the confines of the CDC requirements. Real estate professionals... Read More