Posted by Elizabeth Wilson on October 31, 2017 in
POLE SET TO STAY
Fancher said she expects businesses will start coming forward in the coming weeks to inquire about the fire station, which is located at 351 Benchmark Road. The space can accommodate up to 12 individuals in its eight bedrooms and four bathrooms.
"If it were an Avon business, I think a hotel or even City Market would find it useful," Fancher said. "But it can be any business in the valley who wants it."
Avon is currently in the process of turning over the building to make it ideal for its n... read more
Commercial real estate can be an intimidating environment, particularly for new investors. Fast moving, competitive, and fraught with risk, the market may seem inaccessible without an experienced ally. Commercial deals can be very complex and opportunities can surface and disappear in a wink. That’s why choosing an agent is a critical early step. That contact opens the door and helps investors to navigate.
When we choose partners, it can often seem natural to rely on people we know. It is easy to work with... read more
Posted by Steamboat Manager on October 27, 2017 in
This was a great opportunity to come together as a team to help such a great organization! Special thanks to everone for your help preparing the chili and Nancy Blank for preparing the homemade cornbread. It was all very delicious!
According to their mission statement, Routt County United Way inspires, leads and unites peoples ideas and resources to advance community impact in education, income stability and health. For more information about United Way and how they give back to our county, pleas... read more
The commercial real estate industry’s foundation is personal connection, and a big part of the day is occupied in reaching out to clients, colleagues, and competitors. The right contacts make a critical difference in our ability to identify opportunities and get the job done. Meetings and conferences are a golden opportunity to improve our industry knowledge while expanding our network and exploring new possibilities. Here are some networking tips to help you make the most of your time.
1. ORGANIZE CONTA... read more
Guest Post by Jennifer Digiovanni of Coldwell Banker Blue Matter
Posted by Jennifer Carlson on October 25, 2017 in
Homeowners association Fees (HOA fees) are charged in many communities, yet they are not a uniform type of expense. Monthly dues charged by homeowners associations cover a wide range of different expenses, which varies from community to community. If you are curious about the homeowners association in a particular community, ask your real estate agent if the home is part of an association. If the home belongs to an association, you may want to inquire about what services the association provides for the c... read more