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Mindy Gaspar…, Real Estate Pro in 80829
We tend to think bigger is better...more space to roam, more space to store things and just the feeling that we are moving up by buying bigger!!   ...but is bigger always better??  Maybe so...but… Read more
Blogged Tue Dec 18, 2012 by Mindy Gasparek Quality of Life Going Green Moving
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The Roshek G…, Real Estate Pro in Woodland Park, CO
a blog from Coldwell Banker's Blue MatterLabor Day is barely out of sight so why are we talking about fall already? Well before you know it the season will be changing and as any good landscaper will… Read more
Blogged Wed Oct 31, 2012 by The Roshek Group Going Green
The Roshek G…, Real Estate Pro in Woodland Park, CO
Winter is a wonderful fact of life here in the Pikes Peak Region. Bright blue skies and snow-capped mountains sparkle in the crisp winter air. It’s one of the reasons we choose to live here, but… Read more
Blogged Wed Oct 17, 2012 by The Roshek Group General Area Going Green Home Ownership
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The Roshek G…, Real Estate Pro in Woodland Park, CO
We all assume that our Colorado homes are energy efficient—but are they?  An energy audit is an easy way to find out. It can diagnose your energy issues, particularly air leaks, and then help… Read more
Blogged Sun Jan 15, 2012 by The Roshek Group Remodel & Renovate Going Green How To...
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The Roshek G…, Real Estate Pro in Woodland Park, CO
Collections.  Prized Possessions.  Family Heirlooms.  Memorabilia.  We all have these in our home in some form.  However, have these possessions taken over?  Is every inch of every… Read more
Blogged Sat Oct 8, 2011 by The Roshek Group Remodel & Renovate Going Green How To...
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The Roshek G…, Real Estate Pro in Woodland Park, CO
September is here. Soon, warm sunny afternoons will be replaced by Fall breezes and falling leaves. And that can only mean one thing—winter’s snow capped mountains aren’t far behind.… Read more
Blogged Sun Sep 11, 2011 by The Roshek Group Remodel & Renovate Going Green How To...
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Lorraine Say…, Real Estate Pro in Colorado Springs, CO
One of the most costly mistakes made by newcomers here to Colorado Springs is to drop those starter plants in the ground before Memorial Day weekend.  The local Home Depots and Lowe's temp the most… Read more
Blogged Tue May 24, 2011 by Lorraine Sayer ABR, CDPE, GRI Going Green
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Dena Stevens…, Real Estate Pro in Florence, CO
The environment upside of the recession KRCC the local NPR radio station out of Colorado Springs recently sent out an email discussing the upside of the recession. HUH? Due to reduced tax revenues the… Read more
Blogged Wed Mar 24, 2010 by Dena Stevens Employing Broker Going Green
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Angie Austin, Real Estate Pro in Colorado Springs, CO
Just think… any more we spend more time in our homes than anywhere else. Especially now, with the winter season up on us. Hear in Colorado Springs we usually do not have harsh winter, where we are… Read more
Blogged Thu Nov 5, 2009 by Angie Austin Going Green
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