Protecting Your Car During Denver’s Hail Season
Denver residents are all too familiar with the North American Monsoon, which brings afternoon thunderstorms — and often hail — from mid- to late-summer, according to the Desert Research Institute…
Tips for Buying an Investor-Owned Home in Phoenix
Phoenix has a lot of flipped houses — homes that are bought by investors and sold within six months, usually after renovations, according to a report from RealtyTrac, a real-estate data company.…
Charge into Denver’s Hills on Your ATV
Colorado has thousands of miles of trails open to ATVs, according to the Colorado Tourism Office. Grab your helmet, your ATV and a picnic lunch to experience the best Colorado…
Denver vacation property
Summer is a popular season for buying a vacation home in the Colorado Rockies, says Denver-area Realtor Bryan Messick. But, he says, finding the right place requires careful research, good…
Denver Watering Laws
We know it takes work to keep those picturesque landscapes looking green, but how much do you know about the dos and don’ts of Denver’s watering laws? Visit the Denver…
Pikes Peak or Bust: 3 Ways to Reach the Top
The 14,115-foot Pikes Peak rises loftily above the town of Colorado Springs, about 70 miles south of Denver. Although the mountain is not Colorado’s tallest “14er” — what locals call…
Denver parking violations
Denver parking officials wrote $30.5 million worth of parking citations and penalties in 2013, up 53 percent since 2009, The Denver Post reports. While most of the hundreds of thousands…
Denver Highlands Neighborhood
Denver plays host to many hip neighborhoods. With so many options to choose from, deciding where to live can be difficult for those moving to town. Here is a primer…
Adopting a Dog in Denver: What You Need to Know
Denverites love their dogs. Nearly 43 percent of Colorado households own canines, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)’s 2012 U.S. Pet Ownership & Demographics Sourcebook. That translates to more than…
Protecting Your Home While You’re Away on Summer Vacation
Burglaries in Denver fell by 4.5 percent in roughly the first three months of this year, according to a report by 9News. But that doesn’t mean homeowners should let their guard…