Judy White's Blog

Posted on 09/20/2020
DIY: Refreshing Old Furniture
Photo by eric montanah from Pexels Furniture DIY projects can be fun and exciting. And better yet, these can help you save thousands of dollars. However, these projects take time, energy, and knowledge, which is where you’ll see a lot of people give up. But by learning some super simple DIY projects, you can get your hands on...
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Posted on 09/14/2020
Another Property Sold - 3361 W 79th Avenue, Westminster, CO 80030
This is for the mid-century aficionado! This is a custom 1959 mid-century gem ranch in Apple Blossom Lane Subdivision. Lots of square feet. Tons of original mid-century touches. New flooring/paint throughout. New, large egress vinyl windows in 2 conforming basement bedrooms 2 fireplaces, 1 up/1down. 1 gas/1 log. Eat in kitchen space, formal dining room. Quiet, mid-century neighborhood. Close to schools, parks. shopping. Easy access to Hwy 36 to Boulder, 2 miles from Light Rail B line for 11 minute commute to downtown Denver. Large patio in back and nice covered porch area in front. Newer roof, attic fan/swamp cooler, newer sewer pipe,...
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Posted on 09/13/2020
DIY: Build a Fire Pit in Your Backyard
Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay A fire pit adds a cozy and fun element to any backyard. Think of the roasting of marshmallows or just enjoying a toasty fire on a chilly fall night. Building a fire pit is a relatively straightforward DIY project. To get started, you’ll need the right materials, tools, location and confirmation you will...
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Posted on 09/06/2020
Hints and Tips for First Time Home Buyers
If you're renting a nice house, condo, or apartment, there's a good chance your monthly rent check is almost as much as a mortgage payment. Perhaps you've realized this and have been asking yourself why you're contributing to someone else's nest egg, instead of your own! If that sounds familiar, you may be ready to take the plunge into...
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Posted on 08/30/2020
Perform an In-Depth Property Search
Conducting an in-depth home search may prove to be difficult, particularly for individuals with limited time and resources at their disposal. Fortunately, there are lots of things that you can do to streamline your home search and discover your ideal residence without delay. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you seamlessly navigate the homebuying journey....
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Posted on 08/28/2020
Another Property Sold - 6008 Sandstone Circle, Frederick, CO 80516
Don't miss your opportunity to own this BETTER THAN NEW Century Home. Less than one year old, this home has all the benefits of a new build and all the comforts of a well loved existing home! $15,000 in professional landscaping was just completed along with a professionally installed radon mitigation system, freshly poured back patio space, dog run, and so much more. The kitchen has stainless steal appliances with a gas stove, granite counter-tops, and a large island perfect for entertaining. The first floor is bright and clean with an open floor plan to the living room, dining area, and entryway connected to a half bath. Upstairs are...
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Posted on 08/23/2020
Moving in a Hurry
Photo by DenisProduction.com via Shutterstock Ever had to move in a hurry? The job offer is great, but the training starts in a week … three states away. Time to pack up the house—quick! Here are some tips to make the process of relocating all your possessions easier and faster. Buy Your Boxes If possible, buy your moving...
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Posted on 08/16/2020
How Big Corporations Impact Residential Real Estate
Photo by Juhasz Imre from Pexels Major corporations can change nearly everything about their surrounding areas and their effect on residential real estate can be truly substantial. The concentration of wealth in areas like Silicon Valley and Seattle has influenced even the most basic properties, causing otherwise unremarkable homes to be worth over a million dollars based on...
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Posted on 08/15/2020
3361 W 79th Avenue, Westminster, CO 80030 is now new to the market!
This is for the mid-century aficionado! This is a custom 1959 mid-century gem ranch in Apple Blossom Lane Subdivision. Lots of square feet. Tons of original mid-century touches. New flooring/paint throughout. New, large egress vinyl windows in 2 conforming basement bedrooms 2 fireplaces, 1 up/1down. 1 gas/1 log. Eat in kitchen space, formal dining room. Quiet, mid-century neighborhood. Close to schools, parks. shopping. Easy access to Hwy 36 to Boulder, 2 miles from Light Rail B line for 11 minute commute to downtown Denver. Large patio in back and nice covered porch area in front. Newer roof, attic fan/swamp cooler, newer sewer pipe,...
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Posted on 08/09/2020
Transforming Your Room
Photo by Dominika Roseclay via Pexels Giving your space a much-needed makeover doesn't have to take a lot of time or money. Whether you want to recreate the space for a party, prepare for a sale, or simply make an old room look new, here's a solution for you. Use these tips to completely transform your room in...
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Posted on 08/02/2020
Rentals: 3 Tips to Choose the Right One
Photo by Photo Mix via Pixabay For many investors, purchasing a property to rent out just makes sense. But finding properties that'll help you meet your long-term goals can be tricky. Whether you're considering a turnkey property or a property to rehab and rent yourself, keeping these tips in mind will help you weed out low-performers while you're...
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Posted on 07/26/2020
Factors to Consider Before You Buy a Second Residence
The decision to purchase a second home may be one of the biggest choices you will make in your lifetime. As such, it is important to consider all of the factors associated with a house purchase before you embark on a quest to acquire a second residence. Now, let's take a look at three key factors to evaluate as...
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