Episode 1: Two kids and a home collide

We’ve seen it all. We’re property management experts.

Summary

Two teenagers out late were moving over 100 mph. They hit a grassy knoll and went airborne for 75 yards. Their car hit 3 houses, a cement wall, and caused severe damage to 7 automobiles. We managed the house above, and were on the scene immediately. We secured the premises and worked with Fire, Red Cross, and the owner’s insurance company to fix the house good as new and find temporary housing for the tenants. Here is our story of what we did when two kids and a home collide.

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5 Tips for Spring Cleanup

5 tips for spring cleanup

By: Catherine M. of Colorado Springs Utilities

As winter draws to a close, your landscape is beginning to wake up. Even though your plants still look dormant, March and April are the best months to pull on your gardening gloves and start tackling several yard care tasks. If you do these 5 tips for spring cleanup things in the next month, your efforts will pay off all summer. Continue reading →

February 2022 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics
March 2022 Colorado Springs real estate statistics: Last month set records for Pikes Peak area real estate. 1,361 homes were sold, the most for March, ever. The median and average prices also broke previous records. Average price increased to $539,555. Median price increased to $475,000. For 2022, we’re expecting more homes on the market and a price appreciation to slow. Interest rates will rise this year, decreasing buying power for buyers.
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February 2022 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics
February 2022 Colorado Springs real estate statistics: What does the real estate market in February tell us about rental homes? More rental homes are needed for all the folks who cannot buy homes because of the low inventory. If you have investment property you’d like to rent out, call us today at (719) 445-7172. This is the perfect time to rent your home!

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