Posted by Krissy Stewart on December 05, 2018 in
Nothing says festive like a full, deep green, illuminated Christmas tree. But where are the best places to find them? What type of tree works best? And how do you properly care for it? Read on for answers to all these queries and more!Where to Find Your TreeIf you are looking to purchase your pre-cut Christmas tree, it is almost impossible to drive through town without seeing a retail location. Check out local home improvement stores, hardware stores, big box locations, and grocery stores for parking lo... read more
Posted by Jessica Juracich on November 20, 2018 in
When Is Housing's Black Friday? Some Surprising Holiday Home-Buying Trends
Thanksgiving evokes certain unshakable images: Long tables crammed with too much food. Beloved and bickering family members consuming way too much of that food. Overstuffed family members staggering away from the table to watch football. And once the crumbs and turkey bones and cranberries are cleared away, just about everyone gearing up for the biggest shopping day of the year: Black Friday.
While prowling the malls for fantastic deals h... read more
Posted by Jessica Juracich on October 25, 2018 in
The Original Halloween Home of Michael Myers
Halloween is not just a time for candy, costumes and neighborhood lawn decor. It’s also a time that features some of the scariest homes in cinematic history. If you look at the history of horror, you’ll notice that many homes are central characters in the film. Psycho, The House on Haunted Hill, and Cabin in the Woods are just a few examples.
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Halloween is not just a time for candy, costumes and neighborhood lawn decor. It’s al... read more
Follow these tips from Real Estate Professionals to help you decorate without scaring off Potential Buyers
Posted by Jessica Juracich on October 23, 2018 in
Autumn means crunchy leaves, ghosts, gourds and pumpkin spice everything. And, for many, it’s also time to dig out the Halloween decorations to get the house looking its creepiest.
Fun and festive, sure. But probably not ideal if your home is on the market. After all, you want potential buyers to feel like they’re visiting their new home, not a haunted house they’ll run screaming from.
That doesn’t mean you have to refrain from putting out any holiday decor — just follow these tips ... read more
Celebrate the Fourth of July in Vail by attending the biggest celebration of Summer at the annual Vail America Days. This year’s theme is the Great Outdoors and it promises to be a fun filled day sure to entertain everyone in the family and showcase the best of Vail.
The Vail America Days parade is not to be missed. It is one of the largest parades in Colorado and begins at 10am starting at Golden Peak on Vail Valley Drive and end on Lionshead. The parade will last approximately two hours and have and ... read more