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Feb. 22, 2014

How to Increase Curb Appeal

Increasing the curb appeal of your home.First impressions are extremely important, especially when you want to sell your home. You may think this begins when the potential buyer walks in the doorway, but it isn’t. The first impression starts from the curb. The home’s outside aesthetic sets the attitude buyers take inside with them. If it is maintained and in good condition, the inside likely is as well. If you need to increase your curb appeal, take these tips into consideration.

Edge Your Yard and Driveway

Edging your yard and driveway gives it a defining look. Use pavers, stone, or brick along the sides of the driveway to create a finished and clean aesthetic. These should be approximately two inches above the pavement to catch the eye. You can use this same process around the perimeter of your yard, or, create a bern. A bern incorporates the edging along with plants, mulch, and pavers. It allows you to create shapes that chop up the empty space and create intrigue.

Landscape the Yard

One of the most important aspects to increase your curb appeal is landscaping. The most wanted form of landscaping is raised flower beds, which dramatically raise your house’s appeal. You may want to plant flowers in front of the house, in hanging baskets from your porch, or other areas of the front yard depending on sun availability. While landscaping, you should also cut back any excess tree branches or bushes that take away from curb appeal. These overgrown plants tell potential buyers you do not care for or maintain the home. If you have large trees, you often find the grass in the shade surrounding it does not grow. Cover this area while landscaping. It does not need to be flowers, you can simply place an edging border there and fill it with mulch. It adds interest, takes away empty space, and is easy to maintain.

Update the House

Once the rest of your yard is complete, ensure your house is up to date. The paint needs to be free from dirt and not peeling. Place a fresh color on the door such as red or orange that pops from the street. Even your outside porch light, mailbox, and door handle can make a statement. When these minor details are complete, look over your garage doors as well. These take up a good portion of the front house and are statement pieces. Garage doors are constructed from wood, fiberglass, or steel. You may want a vibrant color, detailed design, or windows added in to create a bigger presence.

Other Curb Appeal Tips

The yard and home need to look neat and polished. The basic idea is to create an impression that your house is cared for and invites buyers in. If you feel you already took care of the main curb appeal tips, then these others may help

  • Create symmetry with plants and hardware

  • Install sidewalk lighting

  • Add a fence or arbor

  • Add shutters

  • Ensure your gutters are new and clean

  • Create a walkway to the front door

When you increase your curb appeal, you increase your house value. Not only will you drive more buyers into your house, you will make them pay more. If you are considering selling, contact Laurie Stoessel at 303-378-2320. She is a professional and respected real estate agent who can give you ideas about curb appeal that get you the most return.

Feb. 22, 2014

Benefits of a Home Warranty

Home WarrantyWhen you purchase a home, you have the option to ask for a home warranty. Many homeowners include it with the sale because of its low cost and appeal to buyers. These almost always come with a new build as well to guarantee the builder’s workmanship. House buyers are not always aware of this option, though, and may not know why they should have one. The cost is extremely minimal for the benefits of a home warranty that you will receive.

Home Warranty Benefits for Seller

You can purchase a home warranty at any time, even as you are selling your house. If you agree to give the buyer a warranty upon purchase, then you receive coverage as well. The coverage starts when you commit to this and ends when the home is sold. While on the warranty, system and appliance failures are covered. This saves you money because you won’t need to worry about the repairs.

Along with the cost of repairs, you attract more buyers when you list your house with a warranty. Eight out of ten buyers prefer a house with a warranty. If your home is identical to another, yours will have the advantage.  It also saves you from the hassle and stress of seller problems once you leave the property. Sometimes a system or repair fails that was agreed upon in the sale. With the warranty, the buyer contacts the warranty company instead of you or your real estate agent. There are many other benefits to sellers as well such as

  • More first time buyers interested

  • Lower chance of closing delays

  • High quality workmanship guaranteed

Home Warranty Benefits for Buyer

If the seller does not offer you a home warranty, you many want to purchase one yourself. The benefits of a home warranty for an owner are extremely advantageous. There are different levels of packages you can purchase, but even the basic coverage is worth the safekeeping. If any of the house’s mechanical systems or appliances fail, coverage will be there for you. All you need to do is contact the warranty company, which is easy to do with 24/7 availability. They then offer you a list of vendors to choose from who are already screened to guarantee skill and safety. Though the warranty probably comes with an expiration date, you can continuously renew your package for the length of time you own. You may also find these other benefits useful

  • Protection of your budget

  • Coverage of any system/appliance regardless of age

  • Coverage for locksmith throughout the year

  • Attainment of new appliance discounts when upgrading

When you decide to utilize a home warranty, you will find it is beneficial to everyone. In fact, there are even benefits to your real estate agent who is notified when there is a claim. It allows her to stay up-to-date on you and your housing needs. This is only one of the reasons you should choose an agent who you trust and want to form a long-term relationship with. When you are ready to begin your house search, contact Laurie Stoessel at 303-378-2320 to start your house hunting relationship.

Posted in Buyer
Feb. 7, 2014

Things to do in Denver in February

Denver, Colorado offers many exciting festivals, events, and entertainment throughout the year. It is one of the reasons the city attracts so many people. While everyone is aware of skiing, snowboard, and other winter activities in February, there are even more things to do in Denver. Change up your average February by partaking in one of these activities this month.

Discover Things to Do in Denver in February

Denver Nuggets Game

Take in an NBA game with the Denver Nuggets during February.  The professional basketball team plays at the Pepsi Center for all home games. This includes February 3, February 5, and February 18th in 2014. If sitting in the stadium crowd is not up your alley, there are plenty of sports bars where you can share a beer and conversation with other fans.

Colorado Home and Garden Show

Find inspiration for your home or to daydream about future the possibilities at the Colorado Home and Garden Show. Each year, this event brings together vendors, homebuilders, and local gardeners to showcase new technology and trends. The themes for the show cover gardening, landscaping, and home improvement. You can find it at the Colorado Convention Center beginning February 15, 2014.

Denver Restaurant Week

Foodies will enjoy two weeks of Denver’s best food at fixed prices. Restaurants from all over the metro area participate in food week, which offers a multi-course meal for only $30. You can take advantage of this daily or once during the two weeks. It gives you an opportunity to check out the food in the metro area’s favorite food spots. This event occurs twice a year for double the enjoyment.

Byers-Evans House Museum

The Byers-Evans House Museum is showcasing an art display titled ‘Flower Face’ this February. This show features art by a Denver resident utilizing still photography shots. Each photograph is a picture of a model’s face that the artist carefully glued flower arrangements on. The show opens at 10AM every day and is free for the public to attend. While there, you can view the house itself that is a piece of Denver’s history. It has been restored back to the early 1900’s and features beautiful architectural and design details.

Bikalope Tour

Get some exercise and take in the sights on the Bikalope Tour. Tour guides spend two and a half hours with you as you cycle the city to take in the history, atmosphere, and views. You may ride one of their bikes or save a few dollars by bringing your own. Either way, a helmet is required. The tour is appropriate for all ages and abilities because it is focused on the city’s art and not the speed of your bike.

There are many things to do in Denver whether you are a visitor or a lifelong resident. Annual festivals occur each month and events such as Monster Jam in February. When you find that your attractive to the Denver metro area is leading you to move there, contact Laurie Stoessel at 303-378-2320. She can help you track down the neighborhood where your favorite events occur so you can get out while staying close to your new home.

Jan. 31, 2014

The Truth about Credit Scores when Buying a House

When you are ready to purchase a house, many factors are taken into consideration by mortgage lenders. These, such as payment history, salary, and current economy, affect the amount you can take out and the interest rate that will be charged. Your credit score, though, is also a large factor in these. Find out more about how it affects the house you can afford.

Mortgage and Credit Scores

Mortgage lenders see your score as a predictor to getting their money back. The higher the number, the more likely they are to be paid back in full. If you are planning on taking out a government-backed loan, you need a minimum credit score of 620. Some companies, though, can reject you if too much of your income is spent on previous debt.  The government also offers FHA loans that you only need a 580 score for. FHAs need to be used on homes that meet specific criteria and allow you to have a lower down payment. Veterans can attain mortgages regardless of credit scores, though interest rates are affected.

Interest Rates and Credit Scores

The lower your credit score, the higher your interest rate. This ensures that the bank gets their money back faster in case of foreclosure or non-payment. Interest rates vary on a daily basis, but a credit score of 760 may get you an interest rate around four percent. Move the score to 620 and your interest rate suddenly jumps to over five and a half percent. It may seem like a small percent difference, but over the lifetime of the loan it adds up.


As your score affects your interest rate, it also determines your budget. With a lower interest rate, you may find that you can purchase a more expensive house because less is put into interest. Most people find, though, suddenly they need to find a smaller home or focus on short sales and foreclosures to get the property they want. The higher interest rate can be a difference of $50,000 over the loan’s life. When you thought you could afford a home at $300,000, suddenly you need to find one for $250,000.

Changing Your Credit Score

Remember that credit scores change on a monthly basis, so you can do work to raise the number. Start by looking over your credit report, which can be done for free each year, to ensure there are no errors pulling your credit down. If so, render these immediately. Any accounts with zero balance should be left open, not closed. This actually helps boost your score, especially if it is an older account. And, if you have multiple accounts, it helps your credit if you have a little on each one rather than a lot on one and none on the other. This is because it shows that you handle the payments correctly.

It is important to note that each mortgage lender has their own criteria for determining your credit score. While one bank may find you are at 615, another may put you at 652. This is why shopping around can be helpful if you are close. Your realtor may have tips for you as well that are specific toward your situation. When you are ready to discuss buying a house and the process, contact an experienced realtor like Laurie Stoessel at (303) 378-2320 today.

Posted in Credit Scores
Jan. 21, 2014

Kitchen Trends of 2014

The kitchen is the most expensive room in your home that you can remodel. It is filled with cabinets, countertops, and expensive appliances along with the walls, floor, and plumbing. To get the best return, you may want to pay attention to the upcoming kitchen trends. These can help you increase your home value and allow you to list it for more if you choose to sell.

Black Countertops

The current countertop trend is for dark, black countertops. People want it to contrast against the other lighter tones on the cabinets and islands. Most homeowners are choosing to use granite or quartz to get a smooth look and feel, but there are other materials available as well. Concrete, for example, is friendly on your budget and can be dyed to get that deep black color.

Glass, Glass, and Glass

2014 is the year to show off your cabinets and kitchen knick-knacks. Kitchen cabinets are now fronted with glass doors so that you can display plates, glasses, and other items. It does mean you may need to be a little neater when you put things away. Another trend, that starts in the kitchen, but worked its way throughout the house, is glass shelves. These can be hung on any wall to display vases or other decorative items. You may even want to keep your plates or coffee cups for easy access. Glass is ideal though, because your eye goes through it and the space then feels larger.

Eco-Friendly Meets Personality

Remodel your kitchen with eco-friendly materials like These are just a few of the appliances you may find in more homes in 2014.bamboo and cork. These materials may cost more upfront, but generally last longer and are free of chemicals or additives others may have. These are also generally efficient, holding in heat and muffling noise. Along with the eco-friendly materials, choose energy efficient appliances and lighting as well. This helps lower electric, gas, and water bills, which appeals to everyone. You may, however, want to choose appliances with personality. Rather than stainless steel, choose one that comes in blue, red, or another bold color. 2014 is the year to let your kitchen show off its full personality with dark paint colors and bold appliances.

Latest Technology

Every year, new technology is released that makes cooking and cleaning a streamlined process. That is why many people choose to have it in their home. It may be that your fridge, stove, and microwave use touch screens so that there are no buttons. Perhaps, it is the eco-friendly wash on your dishwasher. You might, though, go even further and purchase a stove hood that has a built in television. There is a new stovetop available that retracts into the counter when not in use for safety. These will impress any potential buyer.

When you remodel your home, it is important to remember that it needs to appeal to potential buyers as well as yourself. This is true even if you are not intending to sell soon. The kitchen remodel is so expensive that it is not done very often so you want to get the most out of your money. By appealing to a wider audience, it increases your home value. You may find that you are getting back double what you put into it when listing the house. If you want tips on remodeling your kitchen, contact Laurie Stoessel at (303) 378-2320 who can advise you on selling your home.


Jan. 10, 2014

Tips for Purchasing an Investment Property

Investment and Rental Property TipsWith the recovery of the housing marketing, now is the time to get your foot in the door. It is not often that listing prices and interest rates are both low. It is especially ideal if you are intending to purchase an investment/rental property. This allows you to get a higher return and profit more since less will go to paying the mortgage. Follow our tips when looking to purchase an investment property.

Choose the Right Rental Property

There are a variety of listings that can be rented out, but it is important to choose the one that meets your needs. You will want to consider options such as condos, duplexes, and single-family homes. The condo is generally more expensive, but you will not need to worry about completing any maintenance. Duplexes allow you to have control over the property and give you two rentals. This can be more profitable, but that also means more money going in for maintenance or issues that may arise. A single-family home is usually rented long term, though it can often be altered to create a few apartments. It has the advantages of the duplex, but only one family to take care of.

Knowing Your Investment Locations

The location affects the type of tenant you will have as well as your rental price. Purchasing in a more expensive area means you can list the rent for more, however, you may find there are less people willing to rent. If you want to ensure your property is always filled, search for homes near colleges. Students are always looking to rent and there are always new ones moving in. They can, however, be high risk due to damages that may be done from parties and less cleaning/care. No matter where you decide to buy, it needs to be a location that has potential renters. This means it should be a densely populated or highly desirable neighborhood.

Inspect Your Rental Property

Ensure that your property is thoroughly inspected prior to purchasing. Even if does not affect the sale you want to know every problem the home has. The conditions need to meet codes and be deemed livable in order to rent it out. Where you may feel comfortable living, a tenant may not. You do not want to end up finding you have a serious electrical or water damage after renting your investment property out. This is expensive not only because you need to fix the issue, but you need to pay to put your tenant up as well. He may even be able to sue for property or health damage dependent on the circumstances.

There are always homes listed on the market that can be ideal for investment properties. You may want to consider short sales or foreclosures to get a better deal depending on your capabilities. It is important to note that buying an investment property is much different from buying your dream home. Use a real estate agent like Laurie Stoessel who is experienced and knowledgeable in both rental properties and the city. She can be contacted today at (303)378-2320.

Jan. 4, 2014

Short Sales and Their Benefits

Types of Home Sales.Whether you are buying or selling a home, there are a variety of sales on the market. Many are attracted to foreclosures and short sales because of lower listing prices. While the bank owns foreclosures, short sales are handled differently. Find the information you need to get started on your search below.

Explanation of Short Sales

This type of sale occurs when the owner is defaulting on their loan, but has not yet entered foreclosure. The home’s value is not worth the amount of the mortgage and the bank must agree to sell it for less. When a bank does agree to the short sale, it saves them from needing the sell the home as well as the expenses that come with going through the foreclosure process.

Seller Benefits of Short Sale

If you intend to sell your home through a short sale, it can be a hassle. The bank will need to agree to the purchase price before it can go through. As the seller though, you will not have a foreclosure to your name that can affect your credit score. Though you no longer own the house once sold, you are still required to pay back the mortgage in full with the bank. With a foreclosure, though, the bank can sue for a deficiency judgment to attain the money you owe as well. This greatly impacts your credit.

Short Sale Investment Benefits

If you are a smart buyer, then these sales can be ideal for investment properties. The listing prices are highly discounted. If you are able to do a lot of the repairs yourself, you can increase the house value and flip it to sell for profit. Another option is to repair the home and use it as a rental property. Many young families also invest in this type of house because they are able to acquire more square footage in their budget. The family then slowly fixes the house up and when they do decide to sell, can make a profit.

Cooperation from Homeowners and Banks

When coming to a purchasing agreement, the homeowner can be a hassle to some buyers. They may be unwilling to budge on negotiation factors, need to be evicted from the home, or damage the property prior to moving. With a short sale, the owner wants to get rid of the house as quickly as possible because his credit can still be saved. This allows him to go on to buy new property much sooner. It is unlikely that you will run into these problems.

Just like the homeowners, banks are more cooperative with short sales, too. This is because it saves the bank a lot of expenses the sooner the house is off the market. If you purchase using the same mortgage lender, you may find that you are offered lower interest rates or other deals in order to make the sale occur.

Short sales can be beneficial to both the seller and the buyer. It is a longer process, though, because it needs both homeowner and bank agreement. Because the home is discounted, you may need to pay for the appraisal yourself or skip the inspection. However, in a couple months, you can have your dream home for a dream price. Whether you are looking to sell or buy a short sale home, contact Laurie Stoessel at (303) 378-2320 who can help walk you through the process.


Posted in short sales
Dec. 14, 2013

Purchasing a Home in a Ski Resort

Buy a home in ski resortWith the varied environments found throughout Colorado, you can find a home in downtown Denver, near a national park, or in one of the state’s many ski resorts. Purchasing a home in a ski resort may be more difficult due to the different needs you have. These tips may help you find the best option for a home in a ski resort in Colorado.

Housing Options

You first will need to decide the type of home you want. Many people who live in ski resorts choose the amenities found in condos. When you live directly at the slopes, you tend to be inside very little and have no need for extra space. Condos may offer benefits like workout rooms, heated pools, and no home maintenance. If you prefer a single detached home however, you may want to consider searching for one that offers ski in, ski out. This means that you can put your skis on at home and head directly to the slopes. There is no need to travel or drive elsewhere, which saves you time and hassle. Either a house or a condo should have a wet locker where your skis, snowshoes, and other wet equipment can be kept without causing a mess.


The location is one of the most important aspects because it determines the value of your home. You want to ensure you are near grocery stores and other necessities and then decide on other areas of importance. Perhaps you want to be a short drive from a major city so that nightlife is available. The more attractions nearby, the more value your house has. This is because when you are not there, it will be easy to rent out. With other things to do nearby, especially during the summer, you can find renters year round rather than having empty beds in the warm months. The rent can help pay your income and other fees that come with owning a home.


Some of the more popular ski resorts in Colorado are:

  • Aspen

  • Silverton

  • Steamboat Springs

  • Telluride

  • Winter Park

  • Vail

  • Keystone

  • Breckenridge


Ski Resort Home Costs

When you want to purchase a home in a ski resort, it is a good idea to have expectations going in that it will be expensive. Ski resorts have very limited space so demand is usually higher than supply. This is what causes the increase in price. Depending on the location and type of property you choose, there may be other expenses to add on as well. Most condos will have HOA or other upkeep fees for the general property. If you are not living there year round, you need to hire someone to care for your place as well. The snow can cause damage to your home, and materials may be hard to find. This is because most homes in ski resorts are made from wood to withstand the wet and cold. While these are costs you may run into anywhere in Colorado, because of the higher supply and fewer amenities that may be nearby, you may find they are more expensive.

Buying a home can be stressful no matter where you choose to live. Purchasing a home in a ski resort can be even more stressful and take a long time – especially if you choose a short sale or foreclosure. That is why you should speak to a trusted real estate agent like Laurie Stoessel at (303)378-2320 before you begin your search.

Posted in Denver, Ski Resorts
Dec. 6, 2013

Effect of Interest Rates on Home Affordability

Interest rates affect home buyers and sellersWhen purchasing a home, you often consider the location, number of bedrooms, and bathrooms. Even more importantly, though, is the consideration of price. Your bank can pre-approve you for a mortgage so that you know what your budget is. They will also give you an interest rate. Knowing how interest rates affect affordability is important because your monthly payments will increase.

Effect of Interest Rate on Seller

When you are selling your home, you want to ensure that you are getting the highest bid possible. This generally means that you at least break even with any mortgage and liens left and hopefully earn enough for another down payment. When the interest rates increase, this has a huge effect on how homes can be priced. Statistics show that each time the interest rate goes up by as little as one percent, sellers loose out.  Their target audience decreases and often need to sell their home for less.

Effect of Interest Rate on Buyer

With this small increase, 10 percent of potential buyers will no longer be able to afford the same home. Buyers are unable to buy the house they want and need to negotiate on factors that influence home ownership. They may, for example, to let go of the extra bathroom or garage in order to find an affordable home. The buyer needs a lower house cost due to the higher interest rate. While it may not affect the upfront costs, the added interest over the life of the mortgage sees a significant increase.

Considerations on Interest Rate Changes

You may notice, however, that as interest rates lower the cost of houses rises. This is because sellers know that buying a home is more affordable. Demand is also higher as well because more people can afford the mortgage. This may mean that you end up paying the same either way dependent on the increased price with lower interest rates. If a seller raises the cost too much, than the housing market drops because nobody will purchase.

Effect of Interest Rate on New Home Builds

When mortgage rates are low, it is not only the buyers who are benefiting. Developers also have lower interest, which means that they can build new houses for less money. Custom built homes and new pockets of suburbs start to appear in higher numbers because of the higher demand and low cost. If you have been waiting to work with a developer to create your dream home, you want to do this when rates are low so that everybody saves.

Types of Interest Rates

It should be noted, that there are two types of interest rates available: fixed and adjustable. A fixed interest rate means that you know what your rate is for the life of the loan; there is no increase or decrease. An adjustable loan will change with the market. This means you may have a significant decrease or increase; this affected many homeowners when the housing market crashed causing a rise in foreclosure. Though there are benefits to both, either can affect the buyer’s decision in buying.

There are many ways that interest rates affect affordability of homes including for sellers, buyers, and even developers. When interest rates are lower, more homes should become available to a wider audience. Whether you are looking to sell or buy, contact Laurie Stoessel at (303)378-2320 to figure out your target price.


Posted in Interest Rates
Nov. 30, 2013

Why Buy a House in Highlands Ranch

Take a look at some beautiful Highlands Ranch real estate.Highlands Ranch had its humble beginnings in 1979 when The Mission Viejo Company purchased the land to build a new kind of suburb in northern Douglas County. The Mission Viejo Company modeled their plans after their first planned development project: Mission Viejo, California.


In the decades that followed, Highlands Ranch grew into a vibrant, highly diverse, unique place to live. Since its founding in 1981, Highlands Ranch has grown into a 22,000 acre master-planned community of close to 100,000 people.


One of the most unique elements of Highlands Ranch is that it is an unincorporated community that, thanks to an agreement with Douglas County in 1988, acts in the capacity of a wilderness preserve. Today, the Highlands Range Backcountry Wilderness Area totals 8,200 acres, or 13 square miles, of preserved open space. Highlands Ranch also has its own by an independently elected local government of elected representatives. The Highlands Ranch Metro District’s Board of Directors is comprised of seven elected board members who represent the citizens of Highlands Ranch. The Highlands Ranch Community Association (HRCA) is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization which represents and serves Highlands Ranch’s 30,151 homeowners. One of the principle duties of the HRCA is to administer the homeowner compliance of Highland Ranches’ covenant controls that ensure that all residents adhere to the principles of stewardship and responsibility, thus ensuring the value, beauty, and peace of the overall community.


Amenities in Highland Ranch include:

  • Access to four top-of-the-line recreation centers, 25 parks, a tennis center, and 58 miles of hiking and walking trails.
  • State-of-the Art healthcare and wellness facilities.
  • A selection of nationally competitive, innovative, and diverse schools.
  • Access to 460 acres of flora and fauna in a pristine, breathtakingly beautiful wildness preserve – right in your backyard.
  • A thriving community atmosphere with numerous events, programs, and resources for residents.
  • The chance to act as a steward of Colorado’s Front Range Wilderness and help preserve a piece of the country’s most spectacular land.


School District

Recently named by Businessweek as one of the best places to raise kids, Highlands Ranch offers parents a range of choices in schooling. With a focus on meeting the needs of all types of students, Highlands Ranch schools enable every child to learn and meet their full potential. 

 Elementary Schools

  • Arrowwood
  • Acres Green
  • Bear Canyon
  • Copper Mesa
  • Cougar Run
  • Coyote Creek
  • Eldorado
  • Fox Creek
  • Heritage
  • Northridge
  • North Star Charter School
  • Platte River
  • Redstone
  • Saddle Ranch
  • Sand Creek
  • Summit View
  • Stone Mountain
  • Trailblazer
  • Wildcat Mountain
  • Sky Ridge
  • Skyview

Middle School

  • Cresthill
  • Mountain Ridge
  • Ranch View
  • Rocky Heights Middle
  • Cherry HIlls Christian

High Schools

  • Highlands Ranch
  • Mountain Vista
  • Rock Canyon
  • ThunderRidge
  • Valor Christian
  • STEM High
  • Denver Christian


Why Invest?

A veritable city unto itself, Highlands Ranch offers a chance to be a part of a very special way of life. With the mountains outside of your window, pristine wilderness as your backyard, and several major metropolitan areas a short drive away – Highlands Ranch is an outdoor lovers’ dream come true. For these reasons and more, it is no wonder that Highlands Ranch is consistently named as a top place to live, raise a family, and buy a home by news outlets like CNN and BusinessWeek. There are an overwhelming amount of options and ground to cover in investigating buying a home in Highlands Ranch, make sure you consult with an expert who will help you break this unique city in the wild down and find the right property for you. To find out more about Highlands Ranch and finding a home that will fit your lifestyle contact Laurie Stoessel at 303-378-2320.  

Posted in Denver, Highlands Ranch