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6 Ideas For Selling Your Home In The Winter
#1 Keep the house warm.
While you don't have to keep the heat on all the time, keep the house warm during showings. You don't want people shivering while they look through the house. Set the thermostat to at least 70 degrees -- whether you'll be in the house or not
Lewis-Palmer Rangers retain state volleyball title
DENVER — The Lewis-Palmer volleyball team has been there before.
But judging by the way they celebrated with a dog pile and tears of joy after their 25-22, 25-18, 35-33 sweep of No. 2 Valor Christian on Saturday night at Denver Coliseum, it was hard to believe that this wasn’t the Rangers’ first time winning a state title.
Here's a look at what's going on Friday in the Colorado Springs area:
Fall Out Boy — 7 p.m., Pepsi Center, Denver, $30.50-$70.50; AT.
Illenium — 7 p.m., 1stBank Center, Broomfield, $35.99 and up; AT.
Desert Dwellers & Quixotic — With Mikey Thunder, Erothyme, Moon Frog, 9 p.m., Ogden Theatre, Denver, $25; AX.
Housing Market Colo. Springs: Home Sellers Getting More Than Asking Price, Says Study
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO -- Everyone knows Metro Denver and the Front Range have a tight housing market, with demand for homes in the area exceeding the supply. A new study shows that this summer, Colorado Springs had a boost in sales prices with 50 percent of sellers receiving more than asking price.
Homelight.com, an online site connecting home sellers with real estate agents, reviewed the last three years' worth of home transactions data to determine some of the country's tightest housing markets.
Colorado Springs will become state's largest city, forecasts show
The latest population forecasts show the northern and western parts of Colorado will claim larger shares of the state’s population as the state adds 3 million new residents during the next three and a half decades.