Anniversary Gifts That Rule: Campers and Invisalign

Anniversary Gifts That Rule: Campers and Invisalign

  • Victoria Merchant
  • 11/16/21

Remember when I told you a while back that I was getting braces? Well, it’s happened. I had them installed today and I guess I have 13 months to get used to this new, odd, and unfavorable feeling. At least they’re Invisalign and not easy to detect. However, the over-salivating is somewhat noticeable. Fun stuff. Does that go away? Does anyone know? 
On a much nicer note, I’ve officially been married Tag for 11 years last Saturday. We had a great night together with a really stellar dinner at Willow Creek. And everyone knows that for the 11-year anniversary you get each other outdoor gear. So, I got a lovely pair of ski goggles. And we also got a pop-up camper! We pick it up this weekend and the whole family is really excited. 
Have you guys seen the videos I had made? I’d love for you to check them out and leave me a comment. I hired a new company to take my property photos and they also create videos, so I had an ad made and an introduction to a new listing. The whole process was pretty fun. Side note, my ad has been approved by Hulu so you may see me there! Let me know if you do!
Sterling is still doing his taekwondo and it’s going well. And Bridger is still loving baseball. We’re trying to find him a couple of other sports to get into, too. I read that if kids are in three sports it keeps them focused and they tend to do better at school. We’ll give it a go.

Colorado Realtor® Stuff

My new listing went live and I’ve had quite a bit of activity thus far, so that’s good. 
I have a land listing that has two offers at the moment and I’ve been navigating that for the past couple of days. More listings will follow. 
So, we talked about this a bit last week, but I’m gonna drive it home: buyers, keep looking for houses between Halloween and New Year’s, it’s a great time for you! Several people drop out of the buying rat race due to the weather and the holidays. So, let’s get you going!  There are listings to be seen and dream houses to be purchased. 
If you’re thinking you want to wait until spring, my advice, don’t. Buying season will be taking off once again and prices will likely go up as inventory goes down. 
Property taxes are low in Colorado which is a big plus for people moving from other states, too.
For sellers, if you can wait till the spring to sell, that’s cool. But, if you’re ready to go now, let’s get to selling. I’ll help you price your property perfectly so no stigmas develop and we’ll get you real offers and get you sold. 
I know it was brief today ladies and gents but I got work to do! Love to all!

Buyer Needs

  • A vacant land lot with mature coniferous trees, 2+ acres, private, within 20 minutes (15 would be better) of civilization; $300k. Or; all of the above with a rustic mountain modern ranch home; up to $800k.
  • An ultra-modern home in Solterra within walking distance to the clubhouse would be great. Up to $1.4 million-ish.
  • A top-of-the-line, open concept kitchen, dining family room in the Highlands Ranch area. Don’t want a mansion (under 7000 square feet) but are able to do $2 million+.
  • Buyer looking in Conifer, Pine, Morrison, South Evergreen area for a nice size home (2000+ square feet) with great internet. Up to $625k.
  • Buyer looking in Pine, Conifer, Morrison area for a rustic cabin fixer upper. Well, and septic is kind of a must but we will look at anything.
  • An amazing small business owner in Conifer, looking for a single-family home on a good size lot. Privacy is important, willing to fix up, must have a garage, ideally two separate living areas, and would like to be in the Conifer, Bailey, Pine, Morrison area. Around the mid $400s. No HOAs.

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