Broomfield, CO Real Estate News

By Beth Skinner, World class service - with a personal touch!
(Skinner Realty, Inc.)
Broomfield is looking for volunteers to help out with the annual "Broomstock" event on June 7. Apparently it is the last day of school and they expect about 2,000 teens ages 16 and up to attend the event which is geared towards providing a safe, drug free environment for kids to celebrate the last day of school.The event will feature food, pop, games/activities and more teen bands than you can shake a stick at.The city needs volunteers from noon to 9 p.m. and you can work as little or as long as you'd like. They specifically need folks to help with trash, hand out food, and keep people from rushing the stage when the bands are playing.If you want to volunteer call Liane at 303.464.5876.
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By Beth Skinner, World class service - with a personal touch!
(Skinner Realty, Inc.)
While you're hauling all your un-useable crap out to the curb for the City of Broomfield Spring Clean Up Days on May 5 and 12th you can put your useable stuff on the PORCH (and mark it with "KID") and the Kid Foundation along with the Rotary Clubs will come and pick it up and leave a tax deductible receipt for you. Beth I. SkinnerBroomfield RealtorTeam Hernandez Real Estatehttp://www.bethskinner.com/beth@bethskinner.com
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By Beth Skinner, World class service - with a personal touch!
(Skinner Realty, Inc.)
Increase the value of your home in Broomfield by DECLUTTERING! The City of Broomfield will be picking up large, non-hazardous, trash-type items that aren't normally collected by your usual trash hauler on April 28, May 5 and May 12. Depending on where you live in Broomfield will determine the day your trash is picked up. You can locate a map here:http://www.broomfield.org/environment/Spring_Clean_Up_2007_Overall_news_mj_st.pdfTo find out what they are willing to pick up see this list: http://www.broomfield.org/environment/cleanup_items.shtml(photo courtesy of www.freephotosbank.com)
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By Denver/Boulder Colorado Real Estate
(Real-a-Save)
I just got off the phone with a potential client who knew zilch about how the typical real estate transaction works. All she knew was that she needed a Broomfield real estate agent. Commissions…what are they? Inspection…is that for pricing? Contracts…you mean I have to sign something? It reminded me of my own experience as a first time buyer. I must have had “sucker” tattooed across my forehead when I contacted my first real estate agent. This guy was a complete nightmare. Once he’d established that I knew nothing of how the typical transaction worked he made sure that I understood that it was normal for the client drive to the agent’s house to deliver paperwork, sign documents, and plan our outings. His dog bit me twice (just scratches, but still…) and he tried to blame me for “looking...
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By Logan Chierotti
(Colorado Home Helper Inc)
 Broomfield Colorado Real EstateFor city convenience with a small town feel, you simply can't beat Broomfield, Colorado.  This city of over forty thousand grew up without losing the small town roots that are fundamental to almost all of our American cities.  This small town feel comes from the dedication of Broomfield citizens to kindness and friendliness, resulting in a warm welcome and very low rates of violent crime. Broomfield's temperatures are moderate, following the range of US averages and keeping the citizens of the city relatively comfortable year round.  Temperatures dip into freezing in the winter, making downhill skiing and snowboarding possible in the mountains, but summers are generally warm and fair.   House prices in Broomfield have been growing slowly and steadily over...
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