Winter Is Still a Great Time to Sell!
Fall and winter are, actually, a GREAT time to sell your home. Most of us think spring when we’re thinking about listing our homes or when we consider prime time in the real estate market. However, the fall and winter provides a whole different edge to selling your home. The people you attract to look at your home will actually be serious buyers. By seasonal default, you’ll have already sifted through the fluff of “window-shoppers”. The folks who are just looking (to get an idea of the neighborhood, to zero in on their price range, wish list, etc) are now busy with the holidays — these shoppers make up a big populate of the spring crowd.
Click here: http://www.keepingcurrentmatters.com/2013/11/19/5-reasons-to-sell-before-spring/ to read “5 REASONS TO SELL BEFORE SPRING.”
Work up an appetite for your holiday meal by participating in the 40th annual Denver Turkey Trot!
Sign up here: http://ow.ly/r5Jh0
Or, if you’re local, join me in Highlands Ranch for the 10th Annual Turkey Day 5K!
Register here: https://www.racemenu.com/events/33191-Turkey-Day-5k
Ski Season Has Begun!
Arapahoe Basin, Loveland, and Copper Mountain are all open for business. Some family friendly tips on these mountains for this year: Arapahoe Basin is offering a “Kids Ski Free” program for kids 14 and younger valid any day December 1-20, 2013. At Copper Mountain’s Woodward indoor training complex, new expansions include a Parent/Tot class for kids ages 1-4 to experience the spring floor, foam pits, and trampolines. At Loveland, preschoolers can get a head start in skiing and riding with mid-week lessons in January and February for an affordable $199 (includes snacks and indoor activities). So go ahead, bring the family!
Find the snow report here! http://www.coloradoski.com/snow-report