Tag Archives: residential


A nice mirror can really bring a space together and make it appear larger. They can be great for your own home or when you are staging your home for potential buyers!

Read all about mirrors and how you can dress them up or use them to dress up your space here: apartmenttherapy.com

Your Child’s Room!

I know it can be hard to design a room both you and your child are happy with. I recently found this great article about Spaces for Kids! Check it out!

Kid Spaces: Making Room for the Brood
13 ways to take advantage of all the possible kid space in your house
by Shawn Gauthier

Window seat/reading nook at end of stair hallway traditional hall

Kids are a force to be reckoned with. With them come bundles of energy, loads of stuff and, to say it bluntly, the need for somewhere to put them. When the kids come, your home will have to adapt. And as your family head count grows, this can become more and more difficult, especially in smaller homes and apartments.

But a few design ideas that can help you create just the space you need to squeeze in a few extra bodies. If you’ve got a growing brood on your hands, take a glance at these photos. In the busiest households, having room for everyone will give you one less thing to worry about.

Read on: houzz.com

Franktown, Colorado

Check out Franktown’s community website here! Franktown is a fabulous place to live with beautiful views!

With a spectacular view of the Rocky Mountains, Franktown’s home on Colorado’s high prairie and its convience to the Denver/Colorado Springs metropolitan area have made our community a popular place to live and work. Nestled at the northern end of the Black Forest, Franktown offers heavily wooded areas of tall Ponderosa Pine, yet spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains. Franktown is also right next to Castlewood Canyon National Park which makes for a great scenic trip in the area.

Read on here: franktowncolorado.com

Contact me if you are interested in moving to the Franktown area! 303.663.9335

What’s Your Furniture Style?

Colorado Homes and Lifestyles has some fantastic home decor and interior design ideas. I love their furniture galleries, and their site is full of inspiration. View more here!

15th Annual Northern Colorado Real Estate Conference Reveals Statewide ‘Mind of the Market’ Survey Results

15th Annual Northern Colorado Real Estate Conference Reveals Statewide ‘Mind of the Market’ Survey Results

FORT COLLINS – The 15th Annual Northern Colorado Real Estate Conference will be held from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 27, at the Fort Collins Hilton. The conference is hosted by Colorado State University’s Everitt Real Estate Center in collaboration with CSU’s Construction Management Department. Results from the center’s statewide “Mind of the Market” survey results from Colorado’s commercial real estate industry will be unveiled at the conference.

Read on here: Colorado State University website

Let me know if any of you attend tomorrow and what your thoughts are!

Buying Your Home: Settlement Costs and Information

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has a nifty online booklet with loads of settlement cost information. Whether you are a first-time homebuyer or experienced, this is a very valuable resource. Check it out here: Buying Your Home: Settlement Costs and Information

You can also view 100 Questions and Answers About Buying a New Home on HUD’s site.

Let me know when you are ready to buy and sell! 303.663.9335

Five Colorado Fall Drives

Feel like getting out and about in the crisp fall air this weekend? Here are five gorgeous drives that are perfect for fall in Colorado!

The Top of the Rockies – Length: 82 miles, Driving Time: 2 hours

West Elk Loop – Length: 205 miles, Driving Time: 6-8 hours

Cache la Poudre – North Park – Length: 101 miles, Driving Time: 3 hours

Peak to Peak – Length: 55 miles, Driving Time: 80 minutes

San Juan Skyway – Length: 236 miles, Driving Time: 6 hours

Source and further suggestions: colorado.com

Another reason to live in beautiful Colorado! Enjoy the leaves and the rest of your weekend!