Robin Street's Blog Posts

Updating Your Bedroom…

… with help from AmazingInteriorDesign.com.  When you’re looking to make updates, it’s always wonderful to recycle where you can to keep costs low. Luckily, these

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Resources for Buyers in 2021

I have a tab on my website called “Buyer’s Resources” to help you learn more about the home buying process.  Colorado Downpayment Assistance - a link for you to see what

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Running Your Own Home Search

My website has amazing features for searching for properties. When you go to RobinStreet.DenverHomeSearchNow.com, you’ll see a search bar first thing. This search bar has access to every

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DMAR Market Insights, December 2020 and Looking Towards 2021

MARKET INSIGHTS REALTOR® Tidbits: When writing competitive offers, counsel your buyers to consider paying more of the closing fees for the seller such as the Owner's Extended Coverage

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Happy Cuddle Up Day! Check Out These Comfy Couches

Y'all know that at Dream Street, we are design enthusiasts. In 2020, we renovated our master bathroom and y'all loved it! Before we jump into our projects for 2021, I wanted to share something cute!

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Buying Pieces from Local and On-Line Artists

After the renovation of our bathroom, I had a tough time finding a picture for over our tub.  I saw a friend post pictures of beautiful pieces she was creating.  I loved them and decided I

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Last Minute Gifts | Kitchen Tools that Double as Decor

Thank you to the GlitterGuide.com for these last minute ideas! Hammered Copper CataplanaPrepare delicious seafood dishes, tender chicken and creamy curries in this hammered copper cataplana. A

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Sellers Keep Advantage in 2021

Sellers Likely to Keep Market Advantage Next YearSharBuyer competition remains strong, and low inventory is pushing home prices to new highs—so sellers are likely to keep their market

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The Basic Components and Terms of An Offer to Buy a Home

Below is the Buyers' Roadmap, a high-level timeline of the home-buying process. This Blog is going to address the medium-level timeline and how the Purchase Contract drives the process. 

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Design Trends | 2021

It's time to start thinking about Design 2021 (if you haven't already!) and forget about 2020.  It's also time to think about your Business Plan, but that's not what this blog is about!If you

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The Homebuying Road Map

Below is the Buyers' Roadmap which provides a high level timeline of the Buyers' Real Estate Transaction.  Now that you've completed your Lender homework and know your price point, it's time to

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Winter is coming... burrow down in the mountains

... or at least west of I25. From winter sports, winter towns, winter holidays, and winter weather, there is no disputing that the mountains host a gorgeous 6 months in Colorado. Looking to move?

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DMAR Stats - Prices are Rising!

While inventory is low and closings are slowing, there are some really positive trends in the real estate market in the last 30 days. First, the average home price has risen as has the median home

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Now Is The Time To Get Serious About Homeownership!

There are two professionals that are absolutely necessary when buying a home.  Your Real Estate Agent (ME!), of course, and also a terrific lender!  When you work with true professionals,

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The Post-Pandemic "Perfect" Home Need Not Be a McMansion

Americans are moving up and out since the pandemic.  Some are moving because of the desire to be away from crowds due to COVID or find themselves in the position to be able to move

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Leaf Peeping 2020

2020 seems to be having an impact on everything, and Leaf Peeping in Colorado is no exception. Aspen residents were interviewed for the Greely Times to discuss the new flavor of color change

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First Time Home Buying 101

Get a copy of your credit report. Check out sites like CreditSesame.com or Mint.com to find where your credit score is as well as tips for how to optimize.Pay off all debt where possible, decrease

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Renovating Our Master Bathroom Ourselves....Part 3

It's finally done (well, 99%)!  We "moved in" last week and it's glorious!  So peaceful, luxurious and user friendly.  I'm looking for something for the wall over the tub and we

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When It's Easy to Love Technology

After hearing about a few porch bandit stories I decided it was time to invest in a Ring Doorbell and camera.  We installed the Ring Video Doorbell Pro and Spotlight Cam Battery.  The

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Renovating Our Master Bathroom....Ourselves, Part 2

You know how budgets go, yes, out the window.  But, we're not too far off.  We're at about $6,500, only $500 over budget.  The cost to remodel a 6'x6' bathroom would cost

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Renovating Our Master Bathroom....Ourselves

The average bathroom renovation costs between $6,016 and $15,044, according to Home Advisor, for a complete tear out and replacement of walls, fixtures and applicances.  Labor

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675 S 13th Ave, Brighton, SFH, 4 Bed, 3 Bath, 2376 square feet (above)

This beautiful Brighton home hit the market on July 10th and went under contract on July 13th.  The market is hot, inventory is low and buyer pool is high!  This home was built in 1978,

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Gardening, Millennials and the Pandemic

It's amazing how many people decided to beef up their gardens or that it was the right time to start planting during the pandemic.  I'm a self-taught gardener, learning more from mistakes

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