Spring is generally associated with positive notions, like new life, growth, renewal, planting seeds, cleanliness, to name a few. In real estate, the buyers are coming out of hibernation to find their new homes. Hopefully, we investors were able to time the market well and have a house to list. If not, it isn’t too late to get a project going. After all, the Summer market is equally hot, if not more.
Spring is a good time to set goals for the year. If you made New Year’s resolutions, it’s a good time to review those goals and adjust them as needed. It’s also a good time to de-clutter whatever is bogging you down at the moment, whether it be physical or mental. We all have stuff in our house that needs to find a new place to live; and, we also have areas in our thinking that we can improve.
Capitalize on this warmer weather and get some positive habits in motion. You will glad you did. And, since this is Colorado, keep your snow boots handy, just in case!
For your reading pleasure
Sloan’s Lake on Denver’s west side is currently one of the hottest neighborhood re-developments in the nation. What began as a farmer’s flooding water well became home to the first amusement park west of the Mississippi (who knew?); and later a hospital and even inspired a new city named Edgewater. Eventually, it became a suburban neighborhood that went up and down in value over the years. Check out the unbelievable history behind Sloan’s Lake!
First impressions are lasting impressions. The same is true for houses. Now that it is Spring, you will need to pay more attention to home’s curb appeal. Factor in more for landscaping than you would for a house selling in the Winter. Consider how your house’s profile shot will look online, which is where most buyers start their search. Here are some curb appeal tips from HGTV to help your next project sell faster.
See you soon,
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Read the full newsletter here: 2017.03.31 – Friday Flyer – Spring is in the Air