Monthly Archives: April 2012

Tax-Free Income

Some residents of Augusta, Georgia have purchased tickets to the Master’s for years but have never attended the famous golf tournament. It’s because they include the tickets as a bonus to the people who rent their home during the event. … Continue reading

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Open House at The Farm – Sat/Sun 1-4

National Open House Weekend – The Farm – Sat/Sun 1-4PM Fabulous family home in move-in condition! Features include maple cabinetry, slab granite countertops, gas cooktop and custom mouldings throughout. With a main floor study and a large master suite, this … Continue reading

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How much is too much social media?

After spending the day at the Inman Agent Reboot inĀ Denver, my head is about to explode! Sooooo many new programs, website designers, apps, phones, tablets…….Chris Smith of Inman Next and all the speakers did a great job of giving us … Continue reading

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Save Money…Be Comfortable

Automatic thermostats can lower your monthly utility costs while conveniently regulating your comfort by adjusting temperatures on your heating and cooling systems. These can be particularly effective in homes with zoned systems where you live in one area during the … Continue reading

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Usually you think of Convention Centers as just a place to meet for business or for special events. At the Denver Convention Center, the first thing you see is a big blue bear peering into the space. Formally referred to as “I see What You Mean”, the bear was installed in 2005 by artist Lawrence Argent. The 40-foot high bear adds a little fun to the Convention Center and has quickly become a Denver icon. I wonder how many photos have been taken of this bear?

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Have You Backed Up Your Home?

Personal computers have been around long enough that everyone has experienced or knows someone who has lost their data due to a hard drive crash, accident or burglary. If they had a backup, the loss was inconvenient but not critical. … Continue reading

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MID Limited per Residence

A recent U.S. Tax Court ruling clarified the IRS position that the $1.1 million limit for mortgage interest deduction applies per residence and not per taxpayer as some high-priced homeowners were hoping. A married homeowner filing jointly can have fullly … Continue reading

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Before You Call the Repairman

Have you ever had a service company to your home to repair something and find out that it really wasn’t “broken”? It probably conjured up ambivalent feelings of joy that it wasn’t something serious and frustration that you had to … Continue reading

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